Wedding Week: Finding the right photographer to capture your wedding

(WTNH) – When it comes to capturing your wedding day, you don’t want to miss a single moment. You not only want to make sure you have the right photographer, but make sure you have the right style of of photography established. Dynamic photography duo Jennifer and John Bacchiocchi share why all photographers are not equal.

  • Choosing the right photographer for you is key. Make sure you enjoy their personality. You don’t want a photographer that doesn’t match your style or personality.
  • Sample your photographers: Every photographer has their own style. Just as you would sample caterers, make sure you test out a photographer with engagement photos or another occasion.
  • Don’t make a list! Trust your photographer to capture those special moments of you with your new spouse and family and friends. Movement makes for more natural portraits and brings out your personality. Walk, dance, have fun!
  • Concentrate on your partner, not the camera.

For more information, head to www.jenniferbach.com

 

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