Wedding Planning Photography & Videography

Wedding Photography & Videography

A picture is worth a thousand words...

At the end of your wedding day, after you’ve eaten the cake, after the flowers are gone and you’ve dry-cleaned and stored your wedding gown thinking to yourself when would be the next time you’re going to look at it, your pictures and your video are the only thing that will define your memories of the big day for the rest of your life. So it's very important to choose the right photographer and videographer. To help you make the best choice, we've compiled a list of previously asked questions and articles that should help you to plan this area of your wedding.

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Photography
Capture the moments on disposable cameras 
How to work the camera
I Don't Want Picture-Taking to Take Over the Wedding...
New Wedding Photography
Photography Checklist 
Photography Information
Photo Tips for Guests
Questions to ask your photographer
Reality Checking the Wedding Day
The ABCs of DVD
T
he worth of your photographer 
Should I be a paying for my albums months before the wedding?
Wedding Photographs What to do with the guests during picture taking When should formal pictures be taken?
Why choose a photographer..
We
re having our photographs done between the ceremony and the reception. What do we have our guests do in the meantime?

What are the advantages of hiring a professional?
I want a professional to photograph my wedding. What do I do next?
What is the first question I should ask the photographer?
Shouldn't I be asking "What do I get and how much does it cost?"
how much does wedding photography cost?
How much time will the photographer spend at my wedding?

What are proofs?
Do I get to keep the proofs?
Who chooses the pictures that go in the album?
Do color photographs last as long as black and white?
What technical details in sample photographs should I watch out for?
What else should I look out for when I am looking at a photographer's samples?
Should we do the formals before or after the ceremony?
What can I do to keep the photographer from running my wedding day?
Suppose I want more copies in two years?
Shouldn't my photographer have a back-up in case he/she is sick on my wedding day?
What about having two photographers?
Some photographers ask that no one else take pictures during the formal photography. Is that reasonable?
I want to make copies of my photos. Does my photographer really own the copyright of his/her pictures? Do I still have to pay the photographer if I make the copies myself at a copy shop?


Videography
10 Things you should know when choosing a videographer
3 Tips on choosing a videographer
S
electing a Videographer
Tools and Tips  for the videographer
Top Six Questions to ask your videographer
V
ideography Tip - Doing it yourself
What are the pros and cons on videotaping What you should expect from your videographer
Forum: Pro's and Con's on videotaping

 


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