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Sydney Wedding Photographer

Getting married is an amazing experience. It is a day filled with emotion, joy, happiness and sometimes a little sadness when a relative or friend who is no longer with us is not there to share our special day.
 
As professional wedding photographers we know how stressful arranging your wedding day can be. With so many photographers around, where do you begin? What do you really need to know when looking for a wedding photographer? With prices including a couple of hundred pounds to numerous thousands, how do you know if they are right for you?
 
It is a simple fact of life that with the arrival of digital cameras, many individuals now call themselves a "photographer ".Over recent years there has been an explosion of men and women offering their services as wedding photographers, lots of who have never received any training, have no insurance, do not use professional equipment and do not have sufficient backups in place to cater for just about any eventuality.
 
Sydney Wedding Photography could have all of the above and this post is a quick "Help Guide" to what exactly to look for and the questions we recommend you ask when selecting a marriage photographer. Grab yourself a cuppa and get comfy. This is not a defined guide, only a general summary of what to check for.
 
Buying a Photographer:
 
Personal Recommendations: Maybe you have been to a marriage recently? What did your friends consider their photographer? As a Yorkshire wedding photographer many our clients come from personal recommendations from either Bride and Grooms who have used us, or from Venues that know the quality of the work we produce and the fantastic value for money we offer.
 
Google And Other Search Engines:
 
A quick search on the major search engines will create a mind numbing quantity of choices. For example, in the event that you type into Google the search terms "Wedding Photographer" it will return millions results. Simply going through each result would take you years, whilst a general rule of thumb, stick to those on page 1 or page 2. The explanation for this really is simple: If they're on page 1 or 2 then they have taken the time to make sure that their website is well designed, optimised and placed, to make sure that their products or services are easy to find for prospective Bride and Grooms.
 
Choosing A Photographer
 
As soon as you have decided on a romantic date, have booked your wedding venue and received confirmation then book other services required for your wedding day as quickly as possible. Leaving it to the past minute to book your wedding photographer is not really a good idea.
 
Many Bride and Grooms search for their photographer the day they get engaged.
 
Websites:
 
The first thing to complete is look at a photographers website but do NOT be fooled into thinking here is the be all and end all. Always focus on the images and not the web site design. Nowadays for some hundred pounds you'll have a genuine classy looking website designed. Never forget that a website only shows the content that the photographer WANTS one to see. You will only generally see the very best images, the ones they would like to use to showcase their abilities so take a good look round the website. Have a look and observe how many different weddings you are able to see. If there is only 1 or 2, have they just photographed a couple of weddings? Also just how much information does the photographer offer you? Are they at the start about their prices or are you experiencing to go in and see them to learn how much they charge? Do they give you specific detailed information about their services?