February 18, 2016 / Uncategorized
Step 5-How to Get the perfect wedding photographs from the perfect wedding photographer (in 5 EASY STEPS)
You’ve already read Step 1 about choosing the style of wedding photography you want, Step 2 about shortlisting your best matched wedding photographer, Step 3 about planning and organizing, and Step 4 about your wedding day. Here’s the fifth and final step of the series on how to get the perfect wedding photographs from your perfect wedding photographer.
This is an aspect that most people forget to talk about with their wedding photographer, or gloss over. It is highly important that the photographer knows your expectations and you know their limitations. You should have a fixed timeline for seeing the final results of your photographer’s efforts. Most photographers (unless they use film) should be able to send you low resolution images within a day or two of the event and a couple of high resolution pics you might need to upload on social media sites (come on, we all know you want to show off!). You should be able to review them and the colour corrected and edited photos should be available for viewing within a week or 10 days. If you’ve asked for an custom album design, it should take slightly longer, but otherwise, the complete set of high resolution pictures should be available within the end of the fortnight.
These points are the basic ones you need to keep in mind while hiring your wedding photographer. As we’ve mentioned, each couple and each photographer is unique and it is important to find a synergy between them. That said, I personally like to spend time with my clients and get to know them and their tastes and I try to model my photographs based on my observations and my client’s requests. Please take the time to read About Me and look through my Wedding Gallery. Whether or not you decide to choose me, you can always Contact Me and I will be happy to help you with any queries you have about wedding photography. After all, I AM Bangalore’s Candid Wedding Photographer! 😉