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4 Things To Consider Before Booking Your Wedding Photographer


Congratulations on your engagement! As you start planning your big day, one important decision you'll need to make is selecting a wedding photographer. Your photographer will be responsible for capturing all the special moments of your wedding, so it's important to choose someone who is talented and reliable.


To help you make this decision, here are a few things to consider and avoid when selecting your wedding photographer:


1. Consider their style.


Different photographers have different styles and approaches to wedding photography. Some may be more traditional and focus on overly posed, formal shots, while others may be more photojournalistic and capture candid, spontaneous moments. Their editing style is definitely something to consider too. Before making a decision, make sure to take a look at the photographers' portfolios to get a sense of their style and see if it aligns with your vision for your wedding photos. Do not hesitate to ask to see a few full-day galleries.


2. Avoid photographers with limited experience.


While it's always great to support up-and-coming photographers, your wedding is not the time to experiment with someone who is just starting out. Look for photographers who have a proven track record of shooting weddings and can provide references from satisfied clients.


3. Avoid photographers who are not responsive.


Good communication is key when it comes to wedding planning, and this is especially true when it comes to your photographer. If the photographer is slow to respond to your inquiries or seems disorganized, it may be a red flag.




4. Consider booking both photography and videography.


While photography is obviously important and is still an essential part of your wedding experience, don't forget about videography! With the rise of social media reels, people are consuming more videos than ever before. Having a wedding video allows you to relive your special day and share it with friends and family who couldn't be there.


It's worth noting that videography can capture the emotional side of things in a way that photography cannot. With videography, you can hear the voice breaking with the joy of your partner as you exchange vows, or hear the laughter and cheers of your friends and family during the reception. In this way, videography can add a whole new dimension to your wedding memories.

As a Cairns professional wedding photographer and videographer, I often see couples booking both services together. Not only does it save them time and hassle, but it also ensures that their memories are captured in the most beautiful and cohesive way possible. If you're interested in booking both photography and videography for your wedding, please don't hesitate to reach out!


I hope this blog post provides some useful information for you as you consider your options for wedding photography. Good luck with your planning!



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