How to Choose a Wedding Photographer

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How to Choose a Wedding Photographer

There are many different types of wedding photography. Some focus on pre-wedding portraits of the couple before the wedding day, while others only shoot the actual event. A good wedding photographer will be able to capture all the details of the big day, from the ceremony to the reception. A pre-wedding engagement session is a common type of wedding photography. A pre-wedding shoot may also include a portrait of the bride and groom prior to the wedding.

A typical wedding photographer’s starting price is around $3,500. This includes a website and online gallery of high-resolution digital images. Then, the photographer will perform RAW post-production on the images, such as exposure and color correction. Once the images are complete, the wedding photographer will export them and upload them for the client. Some photographers also include limited rights to reproduce the images on social media. They will then deliver the photos to the client in a format that the bride and groom will be able to download and print.

The first thing to do is choose a style. Decide if you want a fine art or more modern approach to your photography. Depending on the budget, you might want a contemporary look, while a traditional, timeless look is better for a more classic wedding. Once you have a style, ask for samples of the photographer’s work and determine if the style is compatible. While some photographers specialize in fine art, others are more inclined to specialize in traditional, natural, and candid.

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