Building a relationship with your photographer prior to your wedding will help both the bride and groom feel more comfortable on the actual wedding day. Let’s face it, this is not something you do everydayBuilding a relationship with your photographer prior to your wedding will help both the bride and groom feel more comfortable on the actual wedding day. Let’s face it, this is not something you do everyday
An engagement session is a great way to build a foundation between a photographer and the bride & groom. Engagement sessions have come a long way from the traditional posed portrait, although those can still be pretty cool. It is an opportunity to capture the personality of the couple in a stress-free environment without the constraints of the wedding day. It’s also a GREAT way to celebrate the excitement of your relationship while it’s fresh and new.
When possible, an engagement session will give you a chance to get to better know your photographer. Once you see all the amazing images from this session you will be assured that you will look great in the images from your wedding day. The session will allow your photographer to get to know you better, figure out what angles look best for you and assess your comfort level when being photographed. For some couples this can be very easy, for others it may take a little longer. A professional photographer works with all types of clients. For a wedding photographer, establishing trust and confidence with their clients is more important than the technical aspect of creating images. The best photographer will know how to do both. The end result can be spectacular