What do I need to know when choosing a wedding photographer?
Too often we hear stories of unhappy brides because they made their choice on the wrong criteria. Everyone has a budget, but bear in mind when the goodies are all gone, the photos are what you have left for as reminders for a lifetime. You may need to adjust your budget proportionately. Meet your photographer or at least speak with them on the phone or social media. It’s very important that you like the person you are working with. A good rapport with your photographer will not only insure you actually enjoy spending time with them while shooting on the day but also the difference between stiff uncomfortable looking photographs or relaxed and natural. How you are feeling will show in the images. Engagement or pre-wedding shoots gives us and the couple a chance to get to know each other and they get used to being in front of the camera. It’s breaks the ice so there is no uncomfortableness on the day.