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10 Tips & Questions To Avoid Being Disappointed With Your Wedding Photographer

Author: Keith Jones Published: 16th May 2012 22:57

Keith Jones Photography, Rugby

Keith Jones Photography Offers Some Useful Advice For Selecting Your Wedding Photographer.

There has been a report in the press recently about things that can go wrong with wedding photography.

These included out of focus pictures, people's heads being cut off, assistants appearing in the photos, and group shots with the guests looking away.

Overall this will lead to deep disappointment, upset and frustration.

These things can be all avoided by asking the following questions, and using a few simple tips.

  1. Throughout the day the photographer is faced with different lighting conditions, all requiring a good level of skill to get the right result, ask your photographer to show you photographs covering the whole day
  2. Ask your photographer if he/she has backup cameras, flash guns, just in case of equipment failure?
  3. Does your photographer have liability insurance?
  4. Does your photographer have testimonials of happy customers?
  5. What are your photographer's contingency plans in case of illness or accident?
  6. Always meet with your photographer, you need to have a good rapport and like their style, both as a professional photographer and the photos they take
  7. Do you think they could organise groups of people in a friendly, efficient and unobtrusive way?
  8. The wedding day is your day, most brides and grooms want to spend it with their friends and family, and not spending the whole time with their photographer whilst they wrestle with a huge amount of equipment, will your photographer be able to work in a quick unobtrusive way, yet provide quality photographs. Ask him/her, how they achieve this?
  9. Is the photographer flexible enough to give you what you want on the day, rather than everything being fixed?
  10. Ask how the photographer will dress at the wedding, do you really want your photographer to wear scruffy clothes like jeans and trainers?

Keith Jones is a professional wedding photographer based in Rugby inWarwickshire. His approach to photography is relaxed, without compromising on attention to detail and the end result.

For more information call 07936 805610, or visit:

www.keithjonesphotography.co.uk

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