"What to beware of"

January 16, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

 

What should a couple beware of with certain wedding photographers?

         
          If you're planning an Indian wedding, beach wedding, destination wedding, or any wedding that differs from the traditional American wedding venue setting and chain of events, it is important to also have a checklist regarding these items and ask photographers if they have experience with the items in question. Of course the wedding timeline and any special circumstances should be discussed in any case. Aside from that, the couple should simply use their best judgment based on the criteria and characteristics of different wedding photographers, as discussed earlier. A good exercise would be to make the rounds with friends who have been married in the last few years. They will give you an honest impression of their wedding vendors based on their total experience, and if they hired a professional, they should have a full example of what that person's end product looks like. Of course, every photographer shows a "highlight reel" of the greatest shots they've ever captured on their website, so speaking with a third party can add invaluable objective insight.
 

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::about the author::

Brendon is a photographer in the Birmingham area, available worldwide for nearly any project or event. Visit his main website (linked below) to see his portfolio, resume, bio or to get in contact. Add this blog to your RSS feed and "like" his Facebook Fan page to receive fresh photos and content. 

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