Selecting Your Photographer.

There are other serious considerations when selecting a wedding photographer. Your primary focus should be on the photographer’s ability and/or desire to be flexible. In particular:

Does the photographer have a philosophy and “game plan” for what he or she would like to accomplish on your wedding day?
Can the photographer adapt his or her approach to include well-executed formal portraiture (as much or as little as you prefer) that doesn’t appear to be stiff and/or unnatural?
Is the photographer willing to also include candid and photo journalistic images as a part of the wedding coverage?
If you are interested in black and white or hand-colored images, is the photographer qualified and willing to provide these services?
Without causing stress, will the photographer be able to work sufficiently well enough within the time parameters set up by you and/or the bridal coordinator as to when the photographs will be taken? Does the photographer have suggestions as to how the timing can best be planned?
Can the photographer be creative, even when the bride and groom don’t want to be photographed together until after the ceremony?
Does the photographer have any knowledge of facial analysis, so that he/she can create the most flattering pictures of each subject?
Is the photographer willing to stay at the wedding as long as necessary to complete the wedding day coverage?
What is the photographers policy for change of dates and/or unforeseen cancellations?
What is the photographers policy for the selection of the finished photographs?

If, after meeting with windows on the water, you feel that this would be a sound investment in your future happiness with the photographic memories of your wedding day, you should expect to make a commitment. At this time, you should also ask to have all the details on the method of payment, expecting to leave a retainer to hold the date.

Once a competent corporate photo booth service is secured for your wedding date, rest assured that this is undoubtedly one of the best and most intelligent decisions that you could make in the planning of your wedding.

Remember, you’re going to be concerned with the price only one time, when you buy. But, you’re going to be concerned with the quality of the photographs for the rest of your life!

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