It might seem like anyone could take a portrait. And while it’s true that many people could, it’s a kind of image that takes a lot of skill to take well. This article provides useful information to make it easier to choose a great portrait photographer.
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The trick is modeling. By that, I mean…If you shoot the similar topics, in the identical problems, with the identical settings they are working with, you will get the exact same final results.
Pre-wedding, draw up a list of family you must have in your pictures. (Wedding couple with parents etc). Ask the photographer to start by taking one photo of the whole family and then of you and your chosen ones. This way every one in the first photo can go and enjoy cocktail hour.
Well before the wedding day itself, plan with your wedding photographer exactly what photos you want from the shoot, how much time will be allocated to it and at what stage of the day the photos will be taken. Most likely your photographer will be taking informal photos throughout the day, but if you want any portraits of you as a couple or posed groups, you will need to decide the where and when and plan a slot in the schedule for the shoot.
Don’t try to fit every family member and combination thereof into your photo session. The little ones will wander away, your second cousin twice removed will be at the bar and grandma won’t appreciate waiting around too long.
NOTE: If you want (and your style) does not correspond to what they are doing, then politely thank them and go find one that is a better match. In the long run, you’ll be glad you did.
A written and signed contract should be part of the hiring process. Everything that is important should be part of the contract. A written contract is mutually beneficial; it protects you and the photographer.