Wedding photography coverage cost can vary greatly. It’ll depend on a few things, and some points to consider:
- Duration of coverage (the number of days, hours and events the photographer has to capture)
- Location and City of the marriage (how far does the photographer to travel? If far, the hotel accommodation stays and travel costs come into play)
- Quality of the photographer (experience, commitment on your day, photography qualifications, artistry, technical ability
- Coverage expectations (use of cranes, drones, number of photographers at the wedding – second shooter and/or a third shooter too)
- Post processing work for air brushing and digital enhancement of the photos. Only a select few photos or all the images for the wedding album or all the images captured.
- How much the photographer has spent on the cameras and lens. Some will use only the best professional DSLR’s and fast lens (Canon 85mm f1.2, canon 35mm f1.4, or canon 24-70 f2.8) which cost more than standard kit lenses
- Reputation and demand for the photographer
Indian wedding generally run over a few days, so only you and your allocated budget can decide what you need to be captured for prosperity from these functions (engagement, Sagai, pre wedding photo shoot, mehndi ceremony, sangeet function, chunni ceremony, sanji garba night, pithi and grah shanti, wedding reception) that will not be repeated again.
Sorry to be vague, as you see no two wedding are the same. As such, costs vary from Indian wedding photographers to photographer. Best to call on 07930 328833 for a Indian wedding photography costs and quotation.