When You Hire a Pro
- When you hire and pay a professional, they are contractually obligated to carry out the duties that you hired them to perform
- Experience. We have tons of it.
- Know how to overcome day of obstacles.
- Have professional gear and always bring back up gear
- Know how to work professionally with wedding guests, mother in law to be, coordinators, videographer
- You have seen examples of our work and know what you can expect as an outcome
- Properly edited, retouched, images for custom albums, and prints.
- The know how when dealing with the raw emotions of a wedding day.
- We are committed to the whole day
- Know where to be and when to get the best shot
Want Your Friends to Take Your Wedding Pics
- If they get sick or can't make it to the wedding who will take your wedding photos? Do they have a back up plan?
- Are they really going to be committed to the whole day? Or will they also want to participate in the festivities?
- Just being a professional photographer doesn't mean the same as being a wedding photographer
- Your friend won't always know how to light a dark venue
- They won't have insurance. Pros do and are covered if they cause an accident.
- A non-professional won't have back up gear.
- Uncle Joe might have a DSLR but can he edit the pictures and shoot them in RAW format
- Do they have wedding experience besides being a guest at one or participant?
If you plan on hiring a friendographer or your cousin who has a nice camera click here for why you should not do this!