Six Questions You Must Ask Your Wedding Photographer

You may have noticed the growing number of “wedding photographers” these days.

So, how do you pick between the two? Let us give you some suggestions. With over 20 years of wedding photography experience, We have witnessed many photographers leave and return.

Here are some of the questions you might like to ask:

1. How do you have been photographing weddings?

In a time when there’s a lack of creativity accessible, the artistic aspect of photography seems attractive, especially when digital cameras are able to manage all the technological aspects. Each year it seems like many hopefuls sign up for a photography course and then start the wedding photography business, thinking that it’s easy to make to earn money in a single afternoon. However, the reality lies in the fact that operating a profitable photography business is far more complex than it seems, and a lot of new ventures fail over the long haul.

2. Will you be at my wedding in person?

You’ll be spending a significant amount of time during a memorable day in the company of your photographer. Therefore, it’s crucial that you are comfortable in the presence of your photographer. Some wedding studios book weddings on the basis of displays of albums shot by one photographer, only to they will then choose another (usually more inexperienced) photographer for the wedding day.

3. Did the images on your site taken at an event?

Today, it’s pretty easy for anyone to create a stunning website. Take a careful look at photography websites. You’ll see that many include library photos or images from courses or even from shootings that feature models. In short, these photographers showcase photographs on their websites that they are unable to reproduce in a wedding.

4. Do you have a list of complete weddings you’ve photographed?

A lot of photographers are using passwords to protect their areas for clients, and it is difficult to check their work. Request to view weddings from the last calendar year or even more.

5. Did you capture the images for your album of display? (at an event?)

Certain album companies offer samples of albums that are shot by top photographers at stunning places. We’ve seen these albums on display at wedding events. Also, we’ve seen albums stuffed with model shoots. Naturally, display books should feature real clients, as well as real weddings.

6. Do you have any work from your other photographer?

Many photographers are using trainees/students/friends/etc. As second photographers. As a second photographer, we believe your essential wedding deserves the best than that, and the second photographer must also be a professional to be sure of the quality of the work.

Aberdeen wedding photographer Rubislaw Studio is owned and managed by Graham and Jill Noble. We provide stunning traditional and elegant wedding photos using our unique mix of candid portraits, natural photographs that aren’t posed, as well as fine artwork images.

Aberdeen Photographer from Aberdeen Graham Noble, with over 20 years of experience in wedding photography, is at each wedding individually to ensure that each customer receives the highest quality of service during their most memorable day.