Photographs Tell the Wedding Story Best
Your wedding only lasts one day, but you’ll want to hold onto the pictures forever.
Unfortunately, statistics show that many brides are taking big risks with their memories.
What should you do when selecting a photographer for your wedding:
Interview several photographers.
Ask questions about their styles. Most wedding photographers offer either traditional,
posed portraits or a candid photojournalism style. Some offer a combination. You should
also ask if the photographer specializes in black and white or color photography.
Look at samples. Ask to see albums that show wedding coverage from start to finish.
This will give you an idea of both the style and quality each photographer provides.
Ask about backups. Always ask if the photographer carries back-up equipment.
I will provide a disk for your review - or just look at my portfolio.
Develop a relationship.
Look for a photographer that you are comfortable with. Remember, you are not hiring
someone to simply take pictures, but to tell the story of your special day. A skilled
professional will want to know about the bride and groom – your personalities and
preferences. Communicate. Make sure the photographer has a clear understanding of
your expectations. Take the time to sit down with the photographer and discuss the
services provided and the fees involved. This helps avoid any future misunderstandings.
I will visit with you at your request for any amount of time to help you decide if I
am the best photographer for you. Get to know me, as I learn about your special
I have a degree in Commercial Photography / still photography.
References available upon request.
To the future bide and groom,
I would love to work with you! I know that selecting a photographer can be an
Please contact me by calling 402-880-0294 or by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns or to schedule a
Remember, your wedding photos are not expensive, they are priceless!
Do not hesitate to call as dates book up quickly.