Photography is so much more than just having a nice camera or taking a lot of pictures to cover your bases. Photographs aren’t things you can hear, smell, taste or even see at first—you don’t really know what you’re getting until after the fact. That means careful research and selectiveness regarding professional skills, artistic style and personal demeanor are extra important when choosing your photographer.
Step 1: Settle on a Style
Before you begin researching photographers, you’ll need to first decide what type of photography style you prefer, as that will help determine which kind of photographer you’ll want.
Step 2: Do Your Homework
Carefully review potential photographers’ websites and blogs to check out photos they’ve shot, which will give you an idea of their style. The design of the website may also have clues about the photographer’s personality and sensibility. Check out their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages too, if possible. Is the feedback from clients positive? How does the photographer respond?
Step 3: Set Up Interviews
This is not a decision that can be made on looks alone—you must meet your potential photographers in person. If you like what you see on their site—and their fees are in your ballpark range—call to see if they’re available. Be prepared to talk about your venue, style and what you envision for your photos.
View below my contact information to setup an interview:
Phone: +1 (647) 622 3441
Phone: +421 904 029 902