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Questions to ask your Wedding Photographer

Before you can hire a wedding photographer, it�s important that you not only like their photography style but that you also get along with them. If you feel at ease with your photographer � if they can make you laugh and feel comfortable � you�re going to get better photos. Remember � at the end of your wedding day, the only things you get to keep are your partner, your rings, and your photographs.

12 questions you should ask any potential photographer�

  • What�s your style? Formal, relaxed, photojournalistic, candid, traditional, creative, artistic?
  • Do you photograph with film? Or digital? Or both? If you use digital, can or will you edit the photos before we get them? (e.g. make the photo black and white but keep the flowers coloured, or fix the shine on my face?) If you use film, do you develop your own film, and make your own prints?
  • How long will you save/archive the negatives for? If I need copies in 2 years can I still get them from you?
  • What kind of input will we have on the photography? Can we give you a list of �must-take� photos or samples of poses we like?
  • Are you the person who will be taking the photos? If not can we meet the photographer?
  • Is wedding photography your primary business, or just a side thing? How long have you been photographing weddings?
  • Will there be other events that you also have to photograph that weekend? If so, will that affect your ability to do the best job you can for us?
  • What kind of equipment will you bring with you? How intrusive will lighting, tripods, other equipment or assistants be?
  • Can I see an example of an entire wedding you photographed recently? (It�s easy to show the best photos they have taken from 30+ weddings, but looking at all the photos of one entire wedding will give you a better idea of what you can do.) When looking at the images make sure they are sharp and colour corrected. Look at the whites and blacks, do they have detail? Does it look like the people being photographed are having fun?
  • Do you have any testimonials from recent newlywed couples (not ones from five years ago�).
  • What deposit is required to reserve your services?
  • How long after the wedding will the images be ready for viewing?

Melanie Seal-Jones
250-893-3764(FROG)
Orange Frog Studio Inc.
www.OrangeFrogStudio.com
melanie@orangefrogstudio.com

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