Maybe you are looking for to simplify your wedding plans or don't see the point in spending a year's salary on a one-day event. Or you've always dreamed of getting married in Hawaiʻi in a picturesque beach wedding. Whatever the reason, elopements and smaller destination weddings are becoming more and more popular with couples. Before you ditch the traditional wedding plans, check out some of these dos and don’ts.
Photography is a creative process, and as much as we will guide you through your wedding day to capture each great moment, it is also very important to discuss exactly what you want. You will want these memories to last for many years to come.
When meeting with couples, I am often asked if it is necessary to include a "second shooter" or additional cameramen. I understand their motives when asking this question - the cost of a wedding is getting more and more expensive these days.
Unlike other vendors you would decide upon for your wedding, photography and video aren't tangible purchases - at first. A lot of what you get from wedding photography and video is obtained after the fact. There are a number of other characteristics that you might consider when deliberating over your right wedding photographer.