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created on Dec 28, 2011
4.84 with 43 votes
Choosing Photographer for Your Event
Ask about his style of photography.
Make sure you're comfortable with the photographer's personality.
Check what kind of photos does he specialize in.
Check if he uses a film or digital camera.
Ask to see any samples of his work.
Ask to see a web gallery or proof book of all the photos from one event.
Check how long he has been a photographer.
Make sure you're comfortable with the photographer's level of experience.
Ensure photographer is flexible and sensitive to your needs.
Ask how many clients has he served.
Check whether you can ask his previous clients any questions.
Check if there will be other photographers or assistants with him.
Is there a contract we have to sign for your services?
Do you have liability insurance in case something happens?
What happens if you have to cancel because of an emergency?
If you cannot make it because of an emergency, are there any back up photographers?
Ask what photo packages does he offer.
What other options are included with the package(s)?
What is the total cost?
How many locations will you shoot at?
What does it cost for additional locations?
Are there any locations that would be great for taking photos?
Do you provide physical prints? Or just digital prints?
How much is it extra if we go over the allotted time?
Make sure you'll be able to preview images in a reasonable amount of time.
Check if you will be able to see/order images online.
Check if all photos will be color-balanced, and retouched when necessary.
Check if it's possible to choose black and white, sepia, or other artistic options.
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