Choosing a cheap Sydney wedding photographer is one of the most crucial aspects of wedding planning. You won’t have the great memories of your wedding day to look back on if you don’t have them. As a result, selecting a good one is critical. But how much would it cost you to hire a wedding photographer?
According to Easy Weddings Website, the average price Australian couples are ready to pay for wedding photography is $2,998, with couples in Sydney and across NSW spending an average of $3,296 on their wedding photographers (Almost 160% more expensive than our most affordable Photography Package).
But, with so many possibilities, how do you choose a good wedding photographer? Here are six amazing tips on what to look for and questions to ask when meeting with a potential wedding photographer.
1. Do you have a distinct photographic style? Light, bright, posed moody, melancholy documentary style, for example. Check out their work to see if you like their style of work.
2.You’ll be spending the entire day with your wedding photographer, so make sure you enjoy their team and get along well.
4.How long will it take for you to obtain your completed wedding photos? Most Sydney photographers will supply images within three weeks of your wedding, and some may even send you a sneak peek book quickly after your big day.
5.Review the contract for any additional fees, such as vendor dinners, transport, parking, photo prints or photo albums (All our prices are upfront in the package page and have no hidden cost).
6.What images do you want your photographer to take? Some Sydney wedding photographers offer modest, four-hour packages that include simply the ceremony and a portion of your reception, which can be a very cost-effective option. But, do you value getting ready photos in the morning? Would you rather not have those nasty dance moments later in the night recorded? Most Sydney wedding photographers also offer half or full day packages, and they will be able to recommend a package that includes the moments that are crucial to you.