I believe with every fiber of my being that an album is the best way to experience your final wedding imagery.
From all of the weddings I have photographed over the years, there is one major way I see brides consistently sabotage the quality of their wedding photography. These mistakes all revolve around not sticking to an agreed upon schedule for the day of the event. Below are the three most common pit falls that are easy to avoid, and even easier to fall into if not made aware of them in advance.
Creating a timeline for your wedding day can be one of the most daunting and overwhelming parts of planning a wedding. It can be so overwhelming for some, that wedding planners actually make a full time living out doing just that. If you don’t have a wedding planner worry not, I’m going to help you with how a wedding day timeline should look so we can design one perfect for you.
Choosing who you want to photograph your wedding day is arguably one of the most important decisions you will make when planning your wedding. This is a once in a lifetime event and not a decision you should make casually. Not every photographer is going to be a perfect fit for every couple. Knowing the right questions to ask will help you find the perfect photographer for your wedding. Here are the major things I would consider as a wedding photographer if I was to hire a photographer for my own wedding.