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While I’ve got you here now with click bate – I’ve been shooting weddings now for over ten years and been a professional photographer for more than twenty. And I’ve seen it all come and go.
There must be more photographers than ever in the game now! This gives the customers and clients a much better buying market where you can pretty much find any style or look of wedding photography.
So as a client why do you really care about wedding photography? Well you’re still looking to create some images that represent you looking fantastic to serve as a great reminder of the day. You also want to look fabulous on your Facebook and Instagram profiles.
This is why I’ve come up with my latest idea and approach to cheap wedding photography.
You’re looking for someone cheap but you still want to get an amazing quality of photographs – so you think you’re going to have to compromise somewhere along the line.
Not anymore. I am offering a new package cheap wedding photography for people getting married during the week turning the way weddings are shot on its head.
I’m introducing a new package in 2018 where I only shoot the most important parts of the wedding day within a three-hour period. In that time we can cover the ceremony, group shots and the couple portraits.
To me the couple shots are the most important as these images are the ones that go on walls or feature as the all-important Facebook profile picture.
In the first hour I’ll capture the ceremony which usually lasts anywhere between half an hour to 45 minutes. This means the couple get images from the actual legal part of the day and the first kiss.
Then it’s onto the group shots. This means that Aunty Mabel gets a photo to put on her fireplace – thank god. Tick off any other family group shots which have been repeatedly beaten in, (requested) by the mother of the bride. You could also chuck in a confetti shot which is a fun way to get all the guests involved hurling confetti at your eyes while trying to do this with a smile on your face.
This leaves us with the exciting part which is your couple portraits. I usually suggest to couples that we shoot for an hour and go to two or three different locations. This could be a special place to the couple or locations that I’ve worked in or like to work in. From urban environments to panoramic countryside locations, this is really good as you choose where we go.