FAQs During The Client-Wedding Photographer Meeting

The process of selecting the best portrait photographer can be overwhelming as there are many photographers both professionals and imposters ready to take the job. This availability has made many brides and grooms to be cautious of whom they choose during their wedding. Selection process of the right photographer starts from first doing a thorough research that aims at getting a list of potential photographers. The photographers on the list are then called for the interview so that the client should get to know them in person. This acts as an elimination criteria for questions concerning them are usually asked for the benefit of the client. Here are some basis of the question to be asked;
Primary style of the photographer; the first and foremost question should be based on the primary style of photography that they have mastered. The style of photography is an important aspect as it influences the suitability of the photographer because before the search for a photographer starts the client ought to specify the type of style that he/she prefers. Some of the styles that the clients may be looking for is discovery, fine art or natural wedding photography among others. As such, depending on the taste of style the client will narrow down his/her list.
The question on the photographer’s experience; the basis of this question is to get the answer to how many weddings they have shot and if they have experience in the style of photography the client prefers. This is a nice way to gauge experience than asking the professional wedding photographer in Melbourne of how many years have they been in the business of photography. There are some instances that one gets to shoot an average of five weddings in a year because he/she holds this job as part-time. In such a case in five years he would only have twenty five wedding shots which is exceptionally few. This is why fine details should be abstracted using this question. 

Specialisation in wedding photography; another question to be asked is that of how long have the photographer worked as a photographer. This aims at eliminating those photography firms that are master of all types of photography as they have minimal experience in the field. Per se, the photographer to be chosen should have specialized in this type of photography and the style that the client prefers.
The number of events to be photographed on that day; this question aim at discovering the diversity of resources that the firm has. For larger photography firms there are many professional photographers available during a single day this makes them to double and at times triple their bookings because of the vast resources. On the other hand for smaller photography firms the resources are not vast this may make them overbook events without considering the resources. In this case for the smaller photography firm may have a single professional photographer handling the photography during the weekends this leads to loss of attention to details as the photographer will be exhausted over time.