Wedding photography is one of the biggest investments you'll make in your wedding day.
So it's important to choose a wedding photographer whose work you love now, will still adore in years to come, and who you feel is the right fit for you, your partner, and your wedding.
Along with a wedding video – and all the memories of course! – your wedding photos are among the few things you'll have as a keepsake of your day, long after the confetti's been swept away and the last of the wedding cake has been eaten. So having your day documented by the right person is so, so important.
Unless you're a photography buff yourself, it can be hard to compare photographers, work out what makes a photographer great, or know if they're the right person to photograph you and your other half on the big day.
How to choose a wedding photographer. Well! do your research.
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The first job on your to-do list is to seek out wedding photographers who work in your area and view their photographs.
The next step is to contact a couple of wedding photographers whose work you really love – we recommend starting with two or three. Initially, you need to know two things; are they available on your wedding date, and can you afford them?
So, you can follow these things to find a good photographer.