Bride-to-be: Is your Photographer a "REAL" photographer?

7/01/2008 10:16:00 AM

With all the stress of your special the last thing that you need after the best day of your life is to find out that you didn't get the photographs to capture it. Too many brides these days are thinking on a tight budget, but are your photographs really worth it? Your day only happens once and you have to remember that memories do fade, but photographs last a lifetime. Don't you want to look back time after time and remember how happy you were during your special day.

Well here are couple of quick questions you might want to ask your photographer, to not only make sure they are the right photographer for you but that they are a "REAL" photographer.

What is your photographic style?
This can be one or more of the following: traditional, photojournalistic, posed, candid, artistic, documentary. Figure out which bests fits with you and your personality and then make sure that your photographer fits it.

What is your experience with wedding photography?
How many weddings? How many years? Have you shot at our location? If so, what are the special photographic conditions of our location? Have you done a wedding similar to our size? You want to make sure all of these questions are answered because if your photographer doesn't have the skills your current conditions you might lose photographs that are importance to your day.

Can I see an entire wedding?
This allows you to see the consistency in one day (as opposed to only having a few "keepers" from each wedding)

to be continued....

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