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Selecting Your Wedding Photographer

You've set the date, booked the church and the reception hall, and now it's time to select your photographer. Whatever you do, don't fall into the trap that some unfortunate bride and grooms do by enlisting a friend or relative to take their wedding photographs. You can also hire the event photographer in Brisbane.

Remember, this is a once in a lifetime event that can't be repeated, and unless the person you've selected to capture your special memories is photographing weddings every week, chances are pretty good they simply don't have the expertise or equipment to do the job properly.

You've already spent a fortune on your dress, the flowers, the banquet hall, and everything else that makes the day so special, so it simply does not make sense to not get a professional photographer to look after your photographic needs for the day.

If a friend or relative offers their services to you as their photographer, and unless they have wedding photography experience, it is best to use them only as a "second photographer" on the day of the wedding. By "second photographer", I mean a photographer that stays in the background and simply shoots candid shots throughout the day.

That way you won't be ruining a friendship if the shots don't turn out as you had hoped. By hiring a professional, one who does wedding photography for a living, you know you'll get great keepsakes of your wedding day. Plus, the pressure will be off your friend or relative to "deliver the goods".

If you haven't started looking around for a photographer at least a year in advance of your wedding day, you should do so as soon as possible. As a general rule, you should begin your search anywhere from ten to sixteen months prior to the date. Why so early? The best photographers book up early, and since they can only shoot one wedding a day, once they are booked, that day is gone.