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Choosing a Photographer/Videographer

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Some Things to Consider
Some Things to Consider

When you are choosing a photographer/videographer, think past your big day. Years and years into the future, when you look back on your wedding day, what do you want to remember and how do you want to remember it?

When deciding on a budget for your photographer, ask yourself how important the photos are to you.  Are you looking for a few good shots to display around your home and share with family? Or, are you looking for a photographer that has a second shooter to capture your most unplanned, un-staged moments?

Ask yourself how many photos do I get, how many are edited, are the edited photos the style I am looking for?

Meet with Multiple Photographers/Videographers
Meet with Multiple Photographers/Videographers

When meeting with potential photographers/videographer keep these things in mind: Will they help you rein in your wedding party to keep you on time? Are they easy to get along with and do your personalities work well together, especially under stress?

Be sure to think of all of these things while choosing a photographer to capture one of the most important days of your life.