Of all the vendors you’re going to hire, your wedding photographer and videographer are the most important decisions you’ll make. Your wedding album and video are really all you have left of your wedding day.
When viewing portfolios for a wedding photographer or videographer, remember that you want to see a completed wedding album and video – getting ready, formal portraits, ceremony and reception. You do NOT want to see a “greatest hits” album filled with their best shots. You want to know that they can cover your wedding from beginning to end.
To learn more about hiring a wedding photographer and videograoher, and you live in the tri-state area, sign-up for the New York Wedding Workshop “How To” series: How to Hire a Photographer and Videographer, this Saturday, January 31st from 10am to 12:30pm at Gina Gallery – 454 Columbus Avenue at 82nd Street. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
At the workshop you will learn the difference between film and digital, flash vs. natural light and candid vs. photojournalistic photography. You’ll also get tips on how to negotiate contracts with potential photographers and videographers. You’ll receive a variety of gifts and goodies as well as enjoy a light breakfast.
To sign-up visit nyweddingworkshop.com. Enter IWILL to receive a discounted rate of $30!
I’m planning on going so I hope to see you there!