Courtesy of Keri Doolittle, Denver wedding photographer
- Timeline. Plan your ceremony and Bride/Groom images around “The Golden Hour”, if possible. The absolute best light of the day is the hour right before sunset. Look online to see when the sun-sets on your wedding day and plan your timeline accordingly.
- Let me know your “must-have” shots. Start pinning/bookmarking images that you adore and admire online and share them with me at the consultation. Also, please let me know of any special images you would really enjoy, for example, a photograph with a great-aunt that you haven’t seen in a long time.
- Relax and Enjoy your day. Have fun, be yourself, enjoy the moment. Some of the best images are candid captures of you just being you! Laugh a lot and cherish the day with your loved ones.
- Consider having two photographers. Most wedding photographers have an assistant or associate photographer help photograph the wedding. To be able to get two difference perspectives is a definite bonus!
- Trust me. Hiring a photographer is a big investment and you will have these images for the rest of your life. Please make sure to address any questions or concerns upfront, but also know that you will be well taken care of from start to finish.