You are EXCITED, ENGAGE and ON A MISSION to find that special wedding photographer who will help you and your partner to remember and relive the day you said, "I do.". If this sounds a little like a matchmaking idea then you're right. Of all the vendors that you will choose to help you make your wedding day fantastic, your photographer will spend the whole day with you.
Think about it, your baker will bring the cake and leave, your florist will hand everything over and leave, your wedding planner will check up on you from time-to-time while there but your photographer will always be there recording every moment. Once you realize this and search for "wedding photography" or "wedding photographer in Tasmania" in Google, you'll find yourself staring at a list between 2 – 12 million results.
You don't have the time or the desire to even begin to click and search through all of them so here are questions to help you find your perfect wedding photographer.
Because there is uniqueness in your love and passion with each other your wedding portraits should reflect that uniqueness. As a result, you need to understand and be able to articulate the style of photography that will best fit for you. To do so you need to ask yourself two questions:
A. What types of movies do you and your fiancée like to watch and what types of movies can you see yourself in? The movie(s) you choose will give you an idea as to the overall feeling of the photographs you most likely want to have. If you like family based movies then you are going to most likely want photographs that have an emphasis on friends and family. On the other hand, if you enjoy romantic, action or high drama movies, then you might be more interested in photographers who are able to produce dramatic photos that focus on you.
B. What magazines would you like to see yourself in? Every magazine has a customer base demographic. And this is not by accident. Do you like the photographs from Vogue, GQ, Modern Bride, or W? Look through magazines and find photographs that you would like to see yourself in and cut out those photographs for future reference