Ask your vendor for personal recommendations and view the photographer's website. Put those sites that are most in line with your style in the list of your other potential photographers.
When viewing websites ask yourself: –
• Does this photographer have the ability to adapt to his surroundings? Is there a variety of photographs from a variety of locations?
• Is the photographer creative enough to be able to take high-quality portraits anywhere? Is the photographer creative in posing?
• Is the overall personality of the website something that you like? Would you be confident to recommend a friend to the same website to get their advice and their recommendations on photographers.
Quality professional wedding photographers in Dublin know how to use their surroundings as a backdrop for your romantic portraits.
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If you are going to have a candlelight wedding then the photographer is going to have the equipment to correctly expose for that extremely low light setting.
If you are getting married on the beach then your photographer will need the equipment and knowledge to ensure that the sun does not overpower your beautiful dress and smile.
Book early, book ASAP!!!!!
The key here is to make sure that you are happy and comfortable with your photographer. You never want to choose and settle on a photographer because of time or pressure from the photographer, friends, or family.
Give yourself some time and space. This is really up to you. You need to feel comfortable and secure with your decision. Once you are comfortable and sure about the decision then sign the contract and be happy that that decision is out of the way.