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Working with Your Wedding Photographer
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Je T’aime Wedding Studios
ARE YOU PLANNING YOUR DREAM WEDDING?
You are going to be working closely with a photographer…
What do you need to know about working with wedding photographers?
The Preliminary Interview
You usually bring along some questions, take some notes and look at samples of work or centerpieces.
You'll also get to see some pictures that the wedding photographers have actually taken at nuptial affairs.
The Photographer’s Style
Firstly, you have the photographers who like to do a lot of posed pictures, and they tend to be the more traditional ones.
Secondly, others have a photojournalistic style with a lot of candid pictures.
Photos to Take As you are meeting with the wedding photographers, find out if they will allow you to provide them with a list of pictures that you absolutely want taken on your wedding day.
Most photographers will allow you to provide such a list, but, again, you just want to be prepared.
Coordinating The Times When you hire a wedding photographer, make sure that everyone is clear on what time the person will be arriving and when departure shall be.
You will likely also want to ensure that both your photographer and videographer arrive at the same time.
Putting Together the Album Your relationship with the photographer will continue after the wedding is over. Be sure that your contract stipulates how long the proofs will take and how many you are able to include in your album.
Some packages will come with only one album while others will contain a few to distribute to close family members.
IN CONCLUSION As you can now see, working with wedding photographers is absolutely a part of the process.
These professionals help to make sure all of your beautiful wedding memories are preserved!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, Visit:
http://www.jetaimeweddingstudios.ca/
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