Things To Consider: Make sure you hire a photographer who specializes in wedding photography. Your photographer should be experienced in wedding procedures and familiar with your ceremony and reception sites. This will allow him/her to anticipate your next move and be in the proper place at the right time to capture all the special moments. Personal rapport is extremely important. Your wedding photographer may be an expert, but if you don’t feel comfortable or at ease with him or her, your wedding photography will reflect this. Comfort and compatibility with your photographer can make or break your wedding day and your photographs!
Look at his/her work. See if the photographer captured the excitement and emotion of the bridal couple. Also, remember that the wedding album should unfold like a storybook — the story of your wedding. Be sure to discuss with your photographer the type of wedding photography you want so that there is no misunderstanding. A good wedding photographer should have a list of suggested poses to choose from.
Look at wedding photography from the photographer’s portfolio. Look at the photographer’s preferred style. There is such a range of styles for wedding photography that you will want to be sure you choose the correct photographer. Much wedding photography is a traditional, posed look, while traditional wedding photography can have more of a journalistic feel to it. Consider black and white wedding photography, as well.
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