Here are a few things to keep in mind about wedding photography to make the experience more enjoyable for everyone involved:
Your photographer captures more than just posed shots: They'll also be on the lookout for candid moments and details that make your wedding day truly special and unique.
Give your photographer time: Your photographer will spend hours editing and retouching your images to make them look their best. So don't be surprised if it takes a little longer than expected to get your final images.
Your photographer has a plan B: Professional photographers always have backup equipment and a plan in case of unexpected issues, so you can relax and enjoy your day knowing that they have everything under control.
Weather can be unpredictable: Whether it's bright sun, overcast skies, or low light, your photographer knows how to work with different lighting conditions to get the best shots. And if the weather doesn't cooperate, they'll have a plan to make the most of it.
Post-processing is crucial: Your photographer will use editing software to enhance the final images and make sure they look their best. So don't be surprised if some of the images look different from what you remember from the wedding day.
Your photographer is flexible: Your wedding day doesn't always go as planned, and neither does your photographer's schedule. They'll be happy to work with your schedule and adapt to whatever happens on the day.
Great photography is about more than just the final images: A good wedding photographer should be easy to work with, communicate well with you and other vendors, and handle unexpected situations with grace and professionalism.
Quality photography is an investment: Photography equipment, software and training are expensive, and your photographer should be compensated fairly for their time and expertise. But you'll be glad you invested in them when you look back at your beautiful memories.
Make sure you bring all the details on the meeting BEFORE the wedding, we all feel really really bad when details are not communicated and after the wedding the couple is bringing topics and wishes that were never discussed. Please, don't do that!
Your wedding photographer,