10 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer


9
How Long Have You Been in Business?
An industry veteran might be a safer bet than a newbie!
An industry veteran might be a safer bet than a newbie!
Hemera/Thinkstock

If there ever was a time to pick a veteran over an up-and-comer, this is it. When it comes to photography, experience is usually proportional to the quality of the product. A bright-eyed young photographer simply won't have the know-how or instincts to turn out the best photos possible for your wedding album. Consider selecting a more seasoned, if slightly more expensive, professional to get the results you crave. Hold on to the card for that refreshing new talent, however. Maybe you can hire her in the future for a session that can be redone if you're not happy with the results, like a family portrait.

More to Explore