Studio Ostendo operates in multiple creative fields including photography, design, and education.
Most professional photographers will walk you through the process of what a typical wedding day looks like with them during a consultation. Often, they'll answer a lot of your questions before you even ask! It can still be helpful to have a few questions to ask your wedding photographer to help you feel more comfortable with your booking decision!
One of the most important questions we think you should ask your wedding photographer is related to their values—
What do you value when it comes to wedding photography? What are you priorities on our wedding day?
You may be able to get a sense for this by listening to your potential wedding photographer talk about their style and approach, but if not, be sure to make sure you value similar things!
Can you tell us about your style?
It's important that you like your wedding photographer's style of both shooting and editing!
Can I see a full gallery?
Tell me about the Investment and any other details!
When you meet with a wedding photographer, you'll have some questions for them, but they will likely have some for you too! It's important for that working relationship to be a positive one, so don't hesitate to share your hesitations and what you’re most concerned about on your wedding day, and ask your photographer to talk more about that! For example, if you get really nervous in front of the camera, ask about posing OR if your family can be a bit much, ask about how the family portrait time will go on your wedding day.
Finally, ask your photographer: How can we collaborate with you? Are there ways we can set up the wedding day for beautiful images?
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Wedding photography is my heartbeat. For me, it holds the perfect tension between creativity and authenticity, observation and connection. In front of my camera clients transform to friends, and behind it you'll usually find me tearing up, cheering you on, or holding my breath because of the raw goodness of the moment at hand.Get in Touch