It’s a big plus if your photography has a studio, like we do at Matthew Rycraft Photography. The first reason to visit your photographer’s studio is for research purposes. When you look through the images captured from previous weddings, do they make you smile? Do they make you want to hire that photographer?
Paying a visit to the studio also give you a feel for your photographer’s work, so you can picture the type of images they will produce. Can you see these in your mind’s eye, and do you like what you see? Have they won any awards that are proudly displayed in the studio?
It is also important to feel comfortable around the person who will be capturing your wedding on camera. Visiting their base can help to create a rapport between you, which could be all-important when it comes to accurately – and pleasingly – reflecting your personalities on film.
Booking in photo shoots and contingency planning may also form part of your meeting. You can ask how they would cope with wet weather, or what the back-up plan would be in the event of an equipment failure.
Finally, the detail. This is the time to ask how many photographs you’ll receive, and to get across any images that are of particular importance to you. You can also book a pre-wedding shoot.
If you’d like to know more, do get in touch with us today.
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