Posted 11 February 2010 - 11:13 PM
Posted 16 February 2010 - 03:10 AM
| Originally Posted by negrildreamer |
i met with several photographers and it was pretty standard to get payment in full before the wedding. there was also a deposit that was required. i am sure some newer photographers looking to get started in the business would be more flexible. maybe a student?
Also, see if if the contract states that the photographer guarantees the pictures delievered within a certain period of time. Most photographers are the ones that supply the contract but I don't think it's unreasonable to request that an addendum be added stating the expectation of the couple of the turnaround time for the pictures. If a photographer quotes you a certain amount of time and sticks to it then he/she should not have a problem putting it in writing.
Newer photographers I'm sure are more flexible as well but be careful since you may get what you pay for. When I travel and have to hire a second photographer who I hardly know I have the same reservations (i.e. will the show, be on time, etc) so I always look at quality of the website, equipment and basically ask myself, does this person have anything to lose (i.e. reputation) if they flake the day of? If the answer is yes then I feel a lot more confident than hiring someone who emails me pictures they took at a relatives wedding that they uploaded on smugmug. Make sense? Professionals have their reputations to protect.
Posted 16 February 2010 - 03:46 PM
| Originally Posted by DTurner51410 |
I am having some trouble finding a photographer in Mexico for my wedding.. Im getting Married at Dreams Tulum...
I was wondering if anyone has any ideas?!?
Also if anyone has any ideas on a DJ?!
Posted 05 March 2010 - 12:38 AM
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