When selecting a wedding
Photographer, chose a professional, a friend with a good quality camera is
not much use if he/she forgets to load a film or keeps the lens cap on.
A Few questions you
Can we give you a
shot list to work from., Are you the person
who will actually take our pictures? If not, can we meet the person who
will be., Can we meet any
assistants who will also be taking pictures., How many weddings
have you, photographed before., How many similar to
the size and formality of our wedding., How many other
weddings will you also photograph that weekend., What kind of
equipment will you bring with you., Do you develop your
own film., Can we buy the
negatives from you.
After you?ve asked these
questions, there are several questions you?ll want to ask yourself:
Do I like this
person., Do I get along with
them., Do I like their work., Is it well lit., Looking at their
books, do I feel like I have a good feeling for the wedding.
Don?t forget to call
their references. While it may feel awkward to call a stranger, it can be
invaluable to have an outside opinion on this person. Remember, your
photographs will be one of the most lasting aspects of your wedding.
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