Post # 1
so you have all been great with your help and i really love this board! you’re all so great. therefore, i really need everyone’s honest opinion. what do you think of this photographer?
he is a local photog in vegas and everyone raves about him. i think he is good for the price but i’m just curious what everyone else thinks.
however, i am actually considering http://www.chelseanicole.com/
she looks awesome and she is definitely a little higher price wise but i love her work.
input please?? thanks!
Post # 3
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I like both! I definitely think the second one has some more original ideas. If the other one is a much better deal, I think you’d still get some really great pictures!
Post # 4
hmmm… honestly I really like both of the photographers! however, photography is the one thing that i said was the most important thing to me (it is the only thing besides if you have a videographer that will keep these memories alive!) so if you have the financials for it and your heart is telling you to go with the more expensive one then i say do it!
Post # 5
The second one is more dramatic and stylistic, for sure, but the first photographer also takes very good pictures – artistic, yes, but also fairly straightforward. If you don’t feel like you need the super dramatic stuff, he looks very good.
Post # 6
I think both are great, but the 2nd seems a little more fun and whimsical!
Post # 7
Both photographers are talented; however, I think the image quality of Chelsea Nicole looks much richer (sharper images, more saturated colors). CN also looks like she is more creative with her posing and camera angles. She definitely seems worth more money than B&W.
Post # 8
if you are willing to spend the $$ the second one is wayyyy better than the first. that said – the first photographer is good too – but the second is so much more fun i think? the first is more classic “wedding”
Post # 10
Before you make a decision, ask both photographers if you can see a couple of examples of entire weddings that they’ve shot. Pretty much all of the photos available to view on the first photographer’s website are posed portraits and details, which are generally easier to capture than candid moments.
Post # 11
Hiya I think that the 2nd one is by far the better one!