This is part 2 – Tips wedding photography for brides and grooms
11. Does any of your shortlisted cameramen matchup with the photographic style of wedding photography you want
12. Gather some images that truly resonated with you. Produce a tiny gallery of exactly what it is you’d like your pictures to look like
13. You can keep this gallery digitally on you phone, useful when you want to show someone.
14. Meet up with the photographer, a must in my books.
15. Show him or her the images you have actually gathered, can they give you pictures of the same quality?
16. Discuss ways to attain your objectives, you’ll able to judge if they are just after your booking or have interest in your preferred image style.
17. Think about doing the primary Bride and Groom shoot early morning of the wedding day, lots of couples are now opting to do this to permit them to spend time with their guest after the ceremony.
18. Discuss your other photographic requirements, the number of formal shots will you require?
19. The number of location and places will you wish to shoot in?
20. The length of time do you wish to be apart from your visitors after the wedding event if #17 is not an option?