Wedding Tales (ArtClip.ca)
2271 Bloor str. W Toronto, ON M6S1P1
When selecting your wedding photographer, use the same consideration you would when trying to choose a fine wine. Start each and every consultation by asking to see samples of their work. You can’t make a decision based on one picture.
Every working photographer will have one or two great photographs in their portfolio they obtained by pure circumstance – but you’re not interested in luck; you want consistency. A wedding photographer should be able to show you a “sample” album that excites and interests you.
If you don’t feel eager to turn the page to see more pictures of a stranger’s wedding, you’re most likely not going to be very satisfied with your own. Photography is a challenging art, and only a few wedding photographers know how to do it in a way that thrills the viewer. The more successful ones know how to inject their work with their own personality.
A wedding photographer who approaches his work as a job and doesn’t become involved with his subjects will reflect his detachment in the photographs. You want someone who is a professional in every sense of the word, who is interested and intrigued by the bridal party and the wedding guests.
An inquisitive photographer will be studying every angle in the reception hall and trying to determine what would make for the most aesthetic setting.
For these reasons, it’s essential that you find someone who has years of experience, a person who can gage all of these things in a short amount of time. The wedding’s pace will move rather quickly, and you need him/her to be on the ball every single second.
Sometimes it’s best to hire a wedding photographer who works on a team. This way, at least two or three photographers take shots from various angles and one or two working on lighting effects and combating problematic weather issues. This could end up costing you a little bit more, but it’s well worth it.
In the end, you get what you pay for. We’re not going to lie; a fantastic photographer will cost you quite a bit of money. If you want pictures with the wow effect, plan on investing more funds into that department.
You could probably find a more affordable wedding photographer who is also skilled, but these are few and far between. Expect to spend a month or so of back-to-back interviews before finding the one you want to hire.
Although the cost is essential, don’t walk into their shop and demand their wedding packages’ price. You’re paying for art, and it could end up costing you more or less in the end than what you were expecting. Carefully examine their craft and get a sense of what you think they’re worth.
You may find yourself falling in love with a photographer’s work and adjusting your own budget to accommodate their cost. If you’re going to splurge anywhere, the wedding photographer and the wedding entertainment is the best area in which to do so.
After the wedding is all said and done, you’ll have nothing left to show for it but the pictures and your wedding video. Be smart and invest in something that’s going to last forever.
The all-encompassing purpose of the wedding photo album is to convey a story. If you like your tales to be straightforward and straightforward – you won’t have any problem finding a wedding photographer who can meet your ordinary standards. However, if you are more interested in complex and intriguing stories, finding a satisfactory photographer will be a much more challenging feat.
Here are the most popular wedding photography styles to consider before making a choice.
It seems that the favourite among the wedding crowd tends to be the more traditional type of photography. This is where the wedding photographer takes portraits and close-ups of the family and bride and groom, as well as a full-length view.
Setback: the process of such direct picture-taking can be easily botched up by a poor cameraman. You could end up with pictures that were taken in low lighting and from flat angles. If you insist upon a photographer who adheres to the traditional methods, at the very least, make sure that he can work around undesirable space.
Something that is becoming increasingly more popular is wedding photojournalism. For the most part, photojournalism entails taking pictures in which the subjects are entirely unaware.
This results in photos that are both spontaneous as well as dynamic. Although photographers who specialize in this medium are more challenging to find, the effort is well worth it.
You’ll end up with a few heartwarming close-ups as well as some exciting shots of the back of the wedding gown, champagne glasses in the foreground in front of a minimized bride and groom, and tilted images. Photojournalism is fascinating because it allows for the personality of the wedding photographer to really surface.
The best wedding albums tend to showcase a little bit of both worlds. You want the dramatic images at weird angles, as well as the candid photos of you and the groom kissing.
They’re both critical, and one will help to offset the other. Utilize the unconventional pictures for emotional impact, while the more detailed pictures tell the story. It can be hard to find a wedding photographer who dabbles successfully with both styles – but they are out there, so don’t give up the search!
And remember, don’t make your assessment of a wedding photographer based on one or two pictures. Two great photos don’t show consistency – it’s blind luck. Above all else, you want to be working with a company that always turns impressive results. This is the only opportunity you’ll ever have to capture the wedding moments, and it’s critical that it’s done right the first time around!
Photography is a form of art, no matter which way you spin it. Beautiful and thought-provoking wedding photography is not reliant on equipment whatsoever; it is entirely dependent on the person behind the lens.
Ensure that you examine their portfolio with a keen eye to ensure that they’re the right fit for you. Each wedding photographer has their own aesthetic flair and style, and their tastes must align with your own.