THINGS TO DO AFTER YOU HAVE FINALISED YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER
- Sign a written contract.
- Whatever agreement/understanding you have, ensure to keep a record of it. This would help you in case of any misunderstanding/dispute.
- Confirm the timings with the photographer of your day/night functions.
- Share the must-have shots that you want with your photographer in advance.For example, jewellery shots, getting ready shots, lehenga shots, bridesmaids pictures etc.
- Hand out a list with the names of the most important people to be clicked.
So, here are some things that can go wide of the mark, but you should totally AVOID:
- Booking a photographer too late. Your favorite one might be already booked by then!
- Changing the event schedule at the last moment.
- Picking a photographer whose style of working does not match with you or your loved ones.
- Not setting your expectation clearly or in advance and missing some shots that you wanted clearly.
- Trying to make things too perfect.
- AVOID agreeing to any verbal commitment. Get it in written.
DONOT hire multiple units as hiring two teams can cause a clash of ideas, and end product would not reflect the best for both the units
Do not forget to check with your photographer 10 days before your wedding about the schedule. And also, post-wedding, be prompt with all the communication so that you get the deliverables soon. Okay, now you are all set!
These are the 5 things to do and avoid before you finalise your wedding photographer.
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