Anne Sachs, of Baltimore-based Artful Weddings by Sachs Photography, shared her suggestions for what to look for when choosing who will document your big day. 1. Meet with your photographer in person and make sure you have a good rapport. 2. Make sure you like both the work they are showing for promotion, as well as work they have done for clients. Ask to view an album that is a duplicate client's album, which you can flip through from start to finish, as well as photographs they normally might not show, such as family group photographs. 4. Schedule an engagement session with your photographer. It's a great way for you to get comfortable in front of the camera, plus your photographer will get a better feeling for you and your fiance's personality and preferences. 5. Meet with your photographer prior to the wedding to review the day's schedule and discuss any special photo needs.
Sachs Photography, ArtfulWeddings.com
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