What goes into wedding photography?

November 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

From my experience about 100 plus hours are spent in meeting clients, designing shot list, consults to go over personal tastes and different wedding styles and plans, plus the time spent at rehearsal and actual ceremony then hours of post wedding production such as editing  and arranging images. Of course there is always room to trim back but there are limits.

The point is this, you usually get what you pay for in quality of the product. When you hear of those wedding photographers who are booked almost every weekend you might wonder, when do they have time to work on your images.

We limit ourselves to a small number of weddings so that our brides get our full attention in planning their wedding, at their wedding, and after their wedding.   It is better to find a good photographer and talk with him/her about working within your budget.

Cheap photographers usually know their value and the quality of their work. I know I do because I see it when the bride or Mom brings them to me wanting them fixed.


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