So You’re Looking for a Wedding Photographer? Part 1


Tammy & Jeremy Wedding Rehearsal

When to Search and Book?

The absolute best time to start planning any aspect of a wedding is at least a full year ahead of the actual wedding date.  This includes, location, costs, everything; therefore, wedding photography is no exception.

In this world, it is rare but certainly possible to meet someone, fall in love and tie the knot in the timeframe of two months or less but nine-point-five times out of ten, it is not going to help you to get the picture perfect wedding that almost everyone wants.  Wedding photographers carefully keep schedules because we try to stay extremely busy, and much rides on our contractual and fiduciary commitments to our clients.  If you’re cutting it close, you’ll likely find it mighty difficult to book a photographer for your special day, so planning well in advance is highly recommended.

4 thoughts on “So You’re Looking for a Wedding Photographer? Part 1

    • Thank you very much.

      As for this series “So You’re Looking for a Wedding Photographer?” I’m getting ready to rewrite and relaunch it with more beneficial brass tacks information for those who are unsure as to how to procede in having their nuptials recorded for posterity and sentimentality.

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