Post # 1
Choosing a photographer has been the most stressful thing so far. I feel like I have a good enough eye to tell the difference between really bad photography and really good photography but I have difficulty with those photographers who all seem to take equal (or at leat to me) quality photos.
So I’m hoping you guys can give me your opinion. I’m not able to meet any one them in person and have only had a brief conversation with the first one, which went fine.
$2K for 6 hours, CD with edited images and release rights
$2k for 8 hrs, magazine proof book and CD with edited images and release rights
$2295 for 6 hrs and 2 photographers, CD with edited images and release rights
Thanks for so much for the help.
Post # 3
What is your wedding timeline? 6 hours doesn’t sound like it would cover everything. When you have a say, 30 min ceremony and 5 hour reception when were you planning on doing group photos? What about getting ready shots?
Post # 4
I would definitely say #2 is the most creative. I could be wrong, but it seems like #1 and #3 rely mostly on editing (which is fine) but there isn’t as much of a natural eye as #2. Which is kind of cool because you get 8 hours with that package and a magazine proof book.
I wouldn’t worry about the 6 hours, though. We have our photographer for 6 hours and we are taking all of our group photos before the ceremony (1pm-3pm) our family photos and b&g photos after the ceremony (4pm-5pm) and then we will still have the photographer for the first two hours of the reception. We plan on getting all of the special things like first dance, toasts, tosses and cake cutting done within the first hour so she will have time to take some candid shots around the reception.
Post # 6
I really like number 2. They are all good but the photos just seem clearer and more fun and it is definitely the best deal 🙂