Photographer's job rarely finish on the day of photo shoots.
When there were films, It had to develop and print them in order to see the pictures. Today, technology helps Us, but a Professional Photographer has to edit photos digitally, so You can see them on a screen before eventually print them.
When You start planning Your own Wedding, You have a ranking of priorities of all Wedding Services You might need. But usually, the first three positions are hold by: Wedding Venue, place where celebrate the Ceremony and Photographer. In this first article of How to plan Your own Wedding series let's see how to choose a Wedding Photographer!
Choosing a Wedding Photographer won't be easy as it sounds: outside it's so plenty of Photographers that You could be confused. In the rush of booking one of them, You could be mistaken or regret Your choice.
How can You take the right choice? take a breath, keep calm and always remember: planning Your own Wedding is funny as the Wedding itself!
Below are my simple tips about how to choose a Wedding Photographer:
Some time ago We thought to write a blog about two topics: Wedding and Us, and obviously about the connections between them. So, this will be not an usual Wedding Blog, but a Wedding Blog with neutral tips for people who's looking how to organise a Wedding in Italy and a way to make You informed about what happens behind the scenes of a Wedding and about who We are.
Recently something happened, so We finally decided to start the Blog! In this section of the Website You will find posts by me, Francesco, Professional Photographer in Rome, by Andrea, Wedding Videographer in Italy and by both of Us.
Professional Wedding Photographers in Italy have no official register here in Italy. If someone's got a camera, He can define himself a Professional Wedding Photographer in Italy: You can simply see by Google it how it's difficult to find the right way through a real jungle of offerings by Professional Photographers or so-called ones. You can fall into contracts full of holes, unwanted surprises receiving the bill, poor photos, bad compositions, low quality editing, low end prints and photobooks that split apart after a couple of viewing.