Life events pose a unique challenge because each is a new or infrequent occurrence for which many people have little or no prior experience.
A wedding is no exception to this rule.
When planning your wedding, a little dose of commonsense advice can help
Here is our advice on this topic.
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|Photographs taken at your wedding will probably
be the most lasting mementos of your special
day. Since there will not be a second chance
to get them done right, hiring someone who
specializes in wedding photos is probably
your best choice. Ask friends for recommendations
of photographers they used and also go to
the photographers' studios and examine samples
of their wedding work.
Most photographers offer different packages of pictures, depending on how much you want to pay. The following are possible pictures that you may want to have taken:
Most photographers will require a deposit to be paid when you reserve them for the wedding date. Be sure to get all arrangements in writing. You should know exactly how many shots, proofs, prints, duplicates, and image files you will get (in most cases, the photographer keeps the negatives and sells you the prints). The balance of the payment will be due when the photographs are delivered.
Many photographers also offer a photo package that includes a videographer to accompany the photographer to make a video of your wedding.
Finally, in some cultures, the package may also include dress or traditional wedding costume rentals for use in the formal portraits.
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