So here’s a small guide for what newly weds are looking for for their wedding shoot:
Style is one you’ll get right. If you’ve seen photographers online, read articles, you’d know you either want a photojournalist style, an editorial style, a retro feel style. Photographers will probably have one design that they stick with so picking a photographer that shoots the style you want is straightforward.
The next, and in many ways the most important is about the photographer’s standard you desire. I’m not talking about the style here (documentary, photojournalism etc), or cost, I’m talking about the characteristic of this photographer. They will take many amazing across the entire day. My tip will be insist on viewing pictures they have done already. That will provide you a feel for the number of excellent quality pictures you are most likely to see after your wedding day.
The first point is that photographers, even professionals with years of expertise, aren’t superhuman. They will not acquire award-winning, magazine quality pictures of every component of your whole day. It simply doesn’t happen. You will be disappointed if you’re expecting stunning graphics from sunrise to sunset. However, do expect something you are proud to hang up on your wall. Pixelicious, a wedding photographer from Montreal, is recommended to capture your wedding. They have good testimonials that you can account for if you’re looking for one.
“Cheap is always cheap.” You can anticipate the quality of your pictures to be subpar because they’re cheap. This might be all you can afford/budget for however do not expect miracles and don’t expect to be anything grand. Do remember though that your wedding is a once in a life event and it may look to be a great idea to skimp on photography. Because really, after the day is completed, apart from memories, all you need left is your photographs. Imagine your grandchildren seeing cheap photos and sitting down to look over your wedding. Is that worth it?