Wedding Photography Questions You’ve Been Dying To Ask

Posted by on October 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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header01a-9bccWho Should Be The Priority Hire, Photographer Or Videographer?

If you’re on a tight budget, it definitely should be the photographer. Pictures are still the best way to immortalise your big day. On the other hand, hiring Paul Hubbard if you have the money to splurge, will capture not just visual aspect of your wedding but as well as the beautiful audio that comes along with it. The laughs, the cries, the cheers, and everything else in between.

In Case We Hire Both, Do They Have To Be Coordinated?

If possible, it would be best to hire those who have worked together in the past or those who actually come from the same studio. Because they do have to cooperate with each other and their shots should be interrelated. And it’ll be easier to achieve that if the two vendors know how each of them works and are willing to discuss with each other to plan and get beautifully cohesive pictures and videos.

Where Should We Start If We’re Looking For A Photographer?

If you are concerned about booking reliable and trust-worthy as much as possible, start by asking your family, relative, or friends for referrals. More likely than not, they will refer a vendor they or someone they know, may have worked with before, which is why they can vouch for the vendor’s credibility. In case you didn’t get any referrals from them, go for online portfolios and reviews, and hope the guy that looks good among the rest is really good.

What Are The Key Points That We Should Ask The Photographer For Us To Decide If We Will Hire Him Or Not?

Ask for an album of complete wedding so you can see his work, ask how his wedding packages are, and ask how he usually do the shoot and how long he does the editing. Red flag if he says only a couple of days, which means he rushes through it resulting to poor quality of the photos. Wedding photography isn’t just the actual shoot; it also entails more work when it comes to editing after that.

Is It True That We Have To Submit A Must-Shoot List?

You won’t have to worry about the classic scenes because those are default shots. However, if you want particular combinations of people, backgrounds, or part of the wedding those photographers don’t usually shoot, and then you’d have to give your guy a list of those.

 

 

 

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