Getting married is an incredible experience. It is a day full of emotions, joy, happiness and sometimes a bit of sadness when a family member or friend who is no longer with us does not exist to share our special day. As a professional wedding photographer, we know how stressful it can be to organize your wedding day.
With so many photographers around, where do you start? In Cairns, you can hire professional wedding photographers from companies like Tulieve Photography. However, what do you need to know when looking for a wedding photographer? With prices ranging from a few hundred pounds to thousands, how do you know if they are right for you? It is a simple fact of life that with the advent of digital cameras, many people are now calling themselves "photographers".
Over the last year there has been an explosion of people who offer their services as wedding photographers, many of which have never received training, do not have insurance, do not use professional equipment and do not have sufficient backup in place to cater for any eventuality.
A professional photographer will have all of the above and this is a quick post "Help Guide" for the things to look for and questions we suggest you ask when choosing a wedding photographer. Grab yourself a cup of tea and be comfortable. This is not a definitive guide, only a general idea of what to look for.
Looking for a Photographer:
Have you been to a wedding recently? What did your friends think of their photographer? As a Yorkshire wedding photographer, the majority of our clients come from personal recommendations from either Bride and Grooms who have used us, or from Venues that know the quality of the work we produce and the fantastic value for money we offer.
Google And Other Search Engines:
A quick search on any of the major search engines will produce a great number of choices. For example, if you type into Google the search terms "Wedding Photographer" it will return millions of results. Simply going through each result would take you years, so as a general rule of thumb, stick with those on page 1 or page 2. The reason for this is simple: If they are on page 1 or 2 then they have taken the time to ensure that their website is well designed, optimised and placed, to ensure that their products or services are easy to find for prospective Bride and Grooms.