Wedding photography is one of the most important aspects of the big day.
So here are a few points to consider:
1. Does your photographer have a back up, should he fall ill?
2. Does your photographer operate two cameras. This can act as a fail safe should one camera malfunction.
3. Is you’re photographer gregarious and funny? You need this to get the best out of you’re wedding guests.
4. Will the photographer charge you an arm and a leg for reprints?
5. Will there be an online album for guests to purchase reprints?
6. Avoid the hard sell photographer. You’ll find that the best photographers let their portfolios do the talking.
7. You’ll find that photographers have different styles. Does their style fit what you want?
8. Does the photographer have a back up plan should conditions change? e.g external shots blighted by bad weather.
9. What’s the quality and cost of the albums offered by the photographer?
10. Most importantly, do you have a good rapport with the photographer?