It's that time of year again..no not Christmas | Peachtree City Wedding Photographer

December 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Wedding Photography by Gobi PhotographyWedding Photography by Gobi PhotographyWedding Photography by Gobi Photography Sure November through January is full of wonderful holidays.  Thanksgiving (my favorite!), Christmas, New Years, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Festivus etc.  Family and friends gather, eat, drink and enjoy time together.  It's for that very same reason that almost one in three wedding proposals happen during these months.  Of course as wedding photographers, this is certainly not lost on us.  Soon after the holidays, brides start planning their perfect weddings, that's why we attend several bridal shows in January-February.  

There are several things a bride should know before hiring a wedding photographer.  Am I now going to subtlety gonna go over the reasons you should pick us?...no.  In fact depending on the bride and the wedding, we may not even be the perfect fit.  Finding a photographer that you gel with, is probably one of the most important factors in selecting a wedding photographer.  More than just about any vendor, perhaps with the exception of your wedding planner (if you have one), you will spend the most time with your wedding photographer.  If they don't a personalities that you can hang out with for hours, then pick someone else.  Even in our small community of Peachtree City, Tyrone and Fayetteville, there are several talented wedding photographers, whose photography I highly respect and admire.  One of best parts of our job is having fun with our clients.  Having a good time, joy and happiness are more important to creating timeless images and capturing memories than any camera or lens.

Don't get hung over what equipment your photographer has.  We use professional camera bodies and lenses, that is what we are comfortable with, and trust.  Ultimately, it is the photography your photographer delivers that is most important, not the equipment they use.  That being said, whatever equipment they use (Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Fuji, Sony...etc.), they must have redundancy.  For goodness sake, it's your wedding, they have to have more than one camera, even better there should be more than one photographer.  We always use a minimum of two photographer, oftentimes more depending on the size and duration of the wedding.

These are not all the factors to consider in regards to wedding photography, I cover more in several more posts to come, after all it is Christmas...I mean Wedding season.


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