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Choosing Your Wedding Photographer

Your wedding day will hopefully be a day to remember for the rest of your lives and the images captured on that special day will bring back the emotions and happiness for years to come.

Wedding photographers are booked often a year in advance so don’t leave it to the last minute.

There are so many wedding photographers available these days it pays to take a little time to find the one that suits you best.

Recommendations are worth following up but what is more important is that you find one who’s work you love, that you trust and have a good rapport with.


It is important that your photographer is putting your needs first and not just going through the motions of capturing another wedding day.

You are a unique couple and a photographer worth their salt will have the professional ability to capture the unique spirit of your special day.
 

Don’t be fooled by prices and packages, expensive isn’t always best and some wedding photographers are only in it for the money.

Membership of societies aren’t always a guarantee of aptitude either as membership is rarely refused and qualifications mean little to the man in the street. Make sure you view a wide ranging portfolio of past work.

 
Membership of societies aren’t always a guarantee of aptitude either as membership is rarely refused and qualifications mean little to the man in the street.

Make sure you view a wide ranging portfolio of past work. There is no substitute for experience, a great portfolio and a trail of contented customers.

Trust your instincts don’t be intimidated of high pressure sales techniques, ask plenty of questions and get a written quote and contract you can live with.


Your checklist should include, manner, portfolio, clear prices and testimonies.

With so many products available it is also advisable to ask what range of final images are available which could include, prints, traditional albums and wedding books which are growing rapidly as the number one choice of couples.

( For more information on Giles Rocholl, the expert author of this article visit: www.gilesrocholl.com )

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