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When you start the process of choosing a wedding photographer, you need to consider several things to ensure you get the type of photographers you deserve. Before you begin your search for the ideal photographer, you need to start by determining how much you want to spend. Since photography is such an important aspect of your wedding, you need to allow yourself enough money to have incredible photographs that will last a lifetime.

Generally, between twelve and twenty percent of the total wedding budget will be spent on photography. While this may seem high at first glance, consider that these lasting elements are what you will take away after the reception is over. You will also want to give photos to a variety of friends and relatives as well as the wedding party, which can add up to a significant number of photos.

Expertise comes at a cost, and a really great photographer can demand higher prices for that talent simply because of the demand for his work and the premium placed on his time and experience. If you search, however, you may find a really great young photographer who has not become well known yet. Be sure to always check references and interview thoroughly. Being comfortable with your photographer is part of the purchase decision. Your money is paying in part for his ability to make the wedding shots seem natural and joyous if he makes you uncomfortable, no talent in the world will completely cover the strain in your faces. On the other hand, if he can make you laugh and puts everyone at ease, you will have wonderful photo memories.

When interviewing potential photographers, ask them another important question how many pictures will be taken? This is going to vary depending on the size of the wedding party, size of the couples respective families, and the number of candid or unusual group shots that are requested. Keep in mind that most photographers will provide at least 300 proofs for your review and you may see up to 600 or more, but most photographers will attempt to weed out inferior shots to make the review process less tedious for you. Keep in mind that these may include everything from getting ready shots before the wedding to candids at the reception.

If proof albums are available at the studio, look through these. If one photographer provides 500 mediocre proofs, but another has proof albums that regularly hold 250 gems, go with the gems.

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