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Hey ladies,

I am desperately trying to lock down a photographer but the $5500 plus bill that comes with them, is giving me anxiety. Please help.

If you had a photographer you loved in PV that was $5500 or under, please help. I would love your input before I spend the money without any feedback from you, the ones I trust the most to be honest.

 

Here is what I am looking for:

All day coverage day of

Night before coverage

trashing of the dress

High resolution CD of all photos

Photo enhancing

 

(am I asking for too much for that price?)

 

Any advise..... Cheers

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I used Elizabeth Lloyd. I think you could all that from her in under $5500. I can't say if the pictures were great though. I have yet to see one since the wedding happened last week. She has a beautiful portfolio though.

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Hi,

 

For that price, I think you could definitely find someone great. I think it is reasonable to ask for complete day of coverage, and trash the dress session, and a disk of images. Coverage the day before might be asking for a little bit too much. Could you use photos from friends for the day before?

 

:)

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IMO spending money on your photographer is one of the most important budget decisions you have to make. I have seen weddings that were beautifully set up, but they didn't hire a good photographer and IMO their pictures didn't capture how great the wedding was.

 

I know prices for photography goes up all the time, but remember it's the memorys that last a life time, and it's worth it in the end to spend a little more money then you planned.

 

GL

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Try Jay Reilly, I am flying him into PV and he was willing to work with us on price. Plus, his work is stunning :)

Please let him know I sent you his way.

 

good luck!

Judy

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So sorry for the delayed response. I went with J. Cogliandro "Joe". He is out of Houston and does amazing work. He also does 4 full days of coverage.

 

We are so excited to have him.

 

Cheers

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