Articles, guides and resources to help you find and plan your wedding day photography
While the “15 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer” section below teaches you exactly what questions you should ask, this article teaches you more of the “soft-skills” you should look for in a wedding photographer. Paying attention to these soft-skills during conversations or visits with potential wedding photographers will ensure that you find a wedding photographer that suites your personality and preferences. After all, you are spending one of the most important days of your life with your wedding photographer, shouldn’t it be someone you like and get along with well?
This article will give you specific guidance on exactly what questions you need to ask each wedding photographer you meet or speak with. Questions that cover the photographer’s style, experience, business ethic, equipment and much more. These questions are designed to help you weed out the amateur wedding photographers from the professional wedding photographers.
There are many different buzzwords thrown around in the wedding photography industry to describe different styles and formats of photography. This section will help clients in understanding all of these different terms in order to help them in finding a wedding photographer that matches their personal style and preference. In the article, we explain the differences between wedding photojournalism, fine-art wedding photography, fashion wedding photography, traditional wedding photography, and trash the dress wedding photography.
Photojournalism, candid imagery and natural imagery are all buzz words that are casually thrown around in the wedding photography industry these days. In fact, almost every photographer at least claims to be a “photojournalist” to some degree or another. But, exactly what is wedding photojournalism? This article will explain and demystify the wedding photojournalism term, as well as give you an idea of what to look for in a wedding photographer in order to ensure they are truly wedding photojournalists.
This section provides our clients an idea of the three different engagement photography formats available. Prior to the engagement photography session, we encourage each client to read this section to get a better understanding of exactly what type of engagement photography and photographer involvement they want during their session. Having this understanding prior to the shoot allows us to enhance your photography experience and produce imagery that captures your individual personality.
Understandably, we get a lot of questions on wardrobe and makeup. It is a much easier task dressing nice versus knowing what will look good in a photograph. This article provides guidance on wardrobe and makeup for both brides and grooms-to-be. We ask all of our clients to make sure they read this article prior to their engagement photography shoot.
It is an obvious understatement to say that Weddings are not easy to plan. This article will give you some tips that will help in planning your engagement photography session, as well as your wedding date and wedding photography.
When it comes to photography and more specifically, photography equipment, there are many misconceptions out there. Common questions are: what brand of camera system is the best, how many megapixels should your camera or professional photographer’s camera have, should you or your photographer be using digital or film, and much more. This article will help you gain a better understanding of these common areas of misconception.
This article tells a story of what a nightmare it can be choosing to have an amateur wedding photographer or family member shoot your wedding. Unfortunately, when trying to stick within a certain budget, the wedding photography budget is the first area to get trimmed. However, think 5, 10, 20 years after your wedding, your pictures will be your wedding story. Every bride and groom deserves to have pictures that are a beautiful and timeless reminders of one of the most important days of their life.
While good wedding photographers don’t need to have every camera and every lens available, it is important to make sure your wedding photographer has high quality professional equipment. This section will give you a glimpse at what cameras, lenses and additional equipment our master photographers use in our wedding photography and engagement photography.