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Choosing A Wedding Photographer

DOs and DON'TS Hiring A Wedding Photographer We get it. You have a camera on your phone, your tablet and your laptop. And they do what they need to do - your little nephew Joey's adorable moment with the thing at the place with the other cute kid is memorialized. But this is your wedding. So, here's the thing. All those perfectly picked and carefully arranged and heavily funded cakes and suits and flowers and dresses and candles and place cards only last for the day. It's a terrible truth, but all of this perfectly constructed, gorgeous day ends as half eaten, wilted, stained and wrinkled memories when the band stops playing. Except for your photos. Follow this guide to make sure you choose the absolute best wedding photographer. Do Don't You must You must not Hire a professional with a solid portfolio Hire your uncle Danny or friend just because he has a fancy camera Yοu must You must not Meet with your photographer to make sure the two of you are a good fit and get along Call the first photographer you find on Google and hire him over the phone before meeting them You must You must not Make sure you ask to see an entire gallery of a wedding. Decide that since they have a few good images on their website that they must be a pro. You must You must not Get all essential nutrients, including iron everyday. Don't use illegal drugs. You must You must not Ask what's included in the wedding price. Prints, digital images, free engagement session? Assume anything about the pricing.

Choosing A Wedding Photographer

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Choosing a Wedding Photographer can be an exhausting process. This infographic will give you some main points to keep in mind when choosing one.





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