SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2019 THE NORTH PLATTE TELEGRAP Perfect Winter Wedding Photos Great photographs can FALL & WINTER BRIDAL
make your wedding day live on forever, so don’t skimp on their importance when you’re planning out your wedding budget. Depending on how much you’re willing to spend, you can find local professionals who will take care of both photography and videography services. Decide how important quality photos and videos are to you, and then reach out to at least three local vendors to see who best fits your personalities and budget goals. Read on for a few more tips that will make finding your perfect wedding photographer a snap. Ask the Right Questions Before engaging with potential photographers, compile a list of questions that will show you they are the right fit for you. Have they taken winter wedding photos before? It gets dark much earlier in the winter so you’re looking for a photographer with experience adjusting to these conditions. Do they offer print and online access to your photos? Understanding how your photos will be delivered once they are edited is a key detail to hammer out now. Research Online When you’re looking for your perfect winter wedding photographer, take a look at their websites for testimonials and sample photography. Make sure their style works with what you’re envisioning for your wedding photos. If you don’t like the way their photos look online, you’re probably not going to like how yours turn out. Pay attention to testimonials so you can get a sense of the photographer’s skill set, customer service and experience shooting winter weddings. If the vendor checks all your boxes, request a free quote you can talk over with your future
spouse. Make sure there is a signed contract that outlines both parties’ responsibilities, including payment, arrival time, length of the photography session and number of locations. Think Local Even if you’re looking to splurge on your wedding photography, you may find the best talent right in your own backyard. Start small by asking your family and friends about photography services they have used in the past. Referrals are usually the bread and butter for wedding photography businesses. Someone with great testimonials and strong word of mouth will be your best bet as you try to land on a vendor you can trust.
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