Choosing your Wedding Photographer
Choosing your wedding photographer can be a daunting task! This is one of the most important days of your lives: a mark of a new chapter. You really need to make sure the photographer you choose is going to be best suited for you and your partner. And how do you go about doing that?
There are three important factors you always need to remember when deciding on photographers.
3 Things to Consider When Choosing Your Wedding Photographer:
- Cost – We all have a budget which we need to consider
- The Style of photography that the photographer produces
- The Photographer’s personality – Is he or she going to bring the best out of you and your partner on the day, do they make you feel at ease and comfortable?
It is very important to set up a meeting with a few potential photographers and chat to them to get to know them; come with a long list of questions. You could look at so many photographers’ pages and just love their work, but somehow your personalities maybe just don’t gel on the day and then you end up feeling irritated or on edge on your big day.
Choose a photographer that you feel understands the vision of your day and is there to support and capture all the things and moments that are important to you. It is always good to let the photographer know of little moments they need to be aware of, like a gift for the groom or a special person so they can make sure they are ready for this moment. Photo by S Photography
Always use a professional photographer, they are experienced in what they do and have the creative eye and knowledge to capture beautiful memories for you.
Now that you have the Top 3 things to consider when choosing your wedding photographer, be sure to enquire with our amazing Pink Book Photographers:
“It is such a privilege to be a part of so many people’s Happily Ever After; my advice is to enjoy every moment. It goes so quickly, don’t focus on the little things – just take it all in and see all your hard work materialize into your Dream Wedding.” – Ruth du Toit PhotographyArticle by Ruth du Toit Photography