It seems like everyone is “doing weddings” lately. Unfortunately, a large numbers of these wedding photographers arent really wedding photographers at all. They are photographers with other specialties who want to pick a few weddings on the side to boost their profits. They my do an OK job with your wedding, but you need to take the time to ask some questions to find the right photographer for your big day.
1. Look for a plan Within Your Budget
Is absolutely fustrating to fall in love with a photographer portfolio and then find out his base package has more zeros than what you can afford. Look at the prices right away.
2. Review the Portfolio
The internet has made this step so much easier. Review the portfolios of photographers within your budget and narrow down your choises further based on styles you like.
3. Meet the photographer
Now it is time the meet the photographer in person. Set up an interview to see more portfolio images, review package options, and get references of previous couples that you can talk about the photographer. You need to ask if the photographer is they are available the date of your big day. If the photographer make you uncomfortable in any way, he probably isn’t a good fit for your wedding.
4. Finalization Meeting
By this time you have your choises narroed down to a preferred wedding photographer and 1 alternates. Now is time for a meeting to finaliza details and sign contracts with your wedding photographer. Remember that if something feels wrong it likely is wrong, ask questions. You don’t want any worries interfere with your happiness on your big day.
By: Roberto Estremera Wedding Photographer