Post # 1
I got married on October 13th. Our pictures are supposed to go on a photo website, but they aren’t up yet. I haven’t heard from my photographer since then and I sent an e-mail. I don’t know if I should bug him again. I can’t wait to see pictures, they are the only ones I have other than ones that family took with their cameras.
Post # 3
I think it’s too soon…it hasnt even been two weeks and you’ve already emailed once.
Post # 4
Most photogs take 4-8 weeks. It’s way too soon to be bugging them!
Post # 5
It’s pretty soon, I wouldn’t worry until after 4-6 weeks out.
Post # 6
I’d wait a few days! That being said, my contract stated 90 days and it’s been….108..I should probably check on that
Post # 7
I understand being excited to see them, but I say way too soon to bug him (again). Did he give you an ETA of when to expect them? I had friends get married on 10/13 and their photog said mid-November is when they will likely get their pictures. That seems reasonable to me.
Post # 8
I know the urge to ‘bug’ them to see some pictures is killing you, because I feel the same way. I’ll be married 3 weeks this Saturday, and I am dying to see just one picture from my photographer. I am hoping she’ll post a couple pictures by this weekend. But most photographers take 4-8 weeks for pictures, so I wouldn’t email again.
Post # 9
we must have the smae photographer… i put another thread on this board yesterday about how there is no communication and no photos past the deadline she set herself!! ugh
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
Way too soon! You could email her and ask them when she expects they WILL be up but I wouldn’t badger her to rush the editing process. You could ask if she hads any sneak peaks to tide you over?
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2016 - Bridgewater Place
my fiance is a wedding photographer and it takes him 30 days plus to get through someone’s photos. It is definitely too soon to bug him about the pictures. I would email or call to find out when he or she expects the photos to be done. Was there a timeframe quoted in your contract? keep in mind you probably aren’t the only wedding the photographer is trying to edit as well.
Post # 12
I’d give the photog a month minimum – with 4-6 weeks being likely (unless they specified some time frame for you).
Post # 13
It hasn’t even been two weeks. I’d try to chill and not bug the photog. Patience is a virtue…