TOP TIP of the day: Choosing your wedding photographer
It isn't just about the photos. It's a personal thing...So you have spent a lot of time visiting your local wedding fairs. You have been hounded and persuaded by every dedicated image junky in your county. You have seen so many stunning fairy tale photos that your bride to be brain has been bedazzled and embellished with a great idea of what you want visually from your wedding photography.
However, there is one question that I pose as a caring photographer to every one of my customers - "Do you think you can put up with me all day, on the biggest day of your life?".
This is a super important question that brides and grooms should be asking themselves when they choose their suppliers. Particularly their photographer. In the contemporary world of wedding photography your choice of shooter will not only have an influence on your photographic memories, but also on memories you have of the atmosphere on your wedding day. We are with you for a big proportion of the day, from you getting ready in the morning through to your first dance.
Ask yourself if you think that you can be yourself in front of this person and if they will have empathy for you, your guests, your friends and your loved ones, because this person will be interacting with every single person at your wedding. (Or at least they should be if they are doing their job properly). Has this person enquired about your interests, themes, prominent family members, what kind of dress you are wearing, etc etc.
So to summarise today's top tip keep the following in mind and you will have cracked it. Once you have found your perfect photograph style, make sure the person who is making the photos is someone that you and your guests can get along with.
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