(Closed) Studio Blue Photographer ADVICE

posted 9 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
355 posts
Helper bee

I am in the same boat as you, but 9 months out and really need to make a desicion on this! from what i know, studio blue is a new company from bella photography that gets great reviews on weddingwire.com. both companys supposedly use the same photographers. you buy a package through your site and take a quiz to chose your photography preferences. the photographer who is assigned to you gives you a call a few weeks (or a month?) before the wedding to introduce themself. i feel like it’s a bit of a toss up, but their pictures on the website look great…it’s a hard call…

Post # 5
97 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

We’re getting married next month and booked studio blue, i think its fabulous.  they are a sister company of Bella Photography, which is also fabulous too. you do most of the planning online, and based on your stlye preference, you get matached up with a local photog that closest matches what you want.  we paid $1400 and got matched with a boston photog who normally charges $2400 for our package, so its quite the deal. and her portfolio is amazing, just who we would have picked on our own. if you have more questions, PM me

Post # 6
494 posts
Helper bee

@melissao85- So I noticed that your wedding has passed. How did you like Studio Blue? I am thinking of booking through them too so I was just wondering.

Post # 7
3 posts

I was very disappointed in Studio Blue. I was nervous the entire way through the process, but was reassured that my photographer was going to be great. When I was assigned him, and contacted him, I came off as very nervous and detail-oriented (what bride-to-be wouldnt?!) and he reassured me that on the day of the wedding everything would go perfectly in regards to photography. While his calm and fun demeanor helped to make me feel at ease, I was very disappointed with the results after the wedding. Many shots were tilted and I hate that style. The shots of me walking down the aisle had cars in the background (gross) where as if he stood on the other side of me he could have prevented that. He missed out on the loving bride and groom shots that I truly wanted and would have cherished. In retrospect I should have given him a comprehensive list, but I was trying not to be so OCD about it, and he told me it was unnecessary because he was a professional and had been doing it for years. I wish I had, and I would have some photos of my wedding that I could cherish.

I would say, dont go with a photographer unless you feel 100% confortable with him/her, have specifically seen his/her work and have discussed in detail ahead of time what shots are important to you and what style you prefer!!

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