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5 Tips to Choosing your Photographer
- Did your photographer complete formal education in photography or train with another professional to learn their profession?
- Do they run their photography business full time?
- Are they an accredited member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, the professional body which governs the photographic industry AIPP?
- Do they have backup equipment & insurance?
- Do they have a professional contract/client agreement?
- Is their pricing clear and precise?
- Do you have an idea of true market value for the type of photography you want? (Try comparing the same set of items with lots of different photographers.)
- Does your photographer use real dollars not “credit” towards items?
- Are you aware of how much can you expect to spend after the wedding?
- Do you see your professional photographer making your day enjoyable & relaxed, not “take over” and be too pushy?
- Have you checked online to read their blog and about their work and reputation?
- Are they a local photographer to you and/or your venue?
- Will they plan your timing with you to ensure the best use of daylight and ensure all of your expectations are met?
- Do you have any special requirements for yourself or your partner, and does your photographer understand the imprtance of them? (e.g., height differences, family politics)
- Are you absolutely sure you want this person following you around all day?