When looking for a photographer to document their wedding, many brides often try to find those that have the best portfolio. However, beautiful online portfolio of images does not always represent the all the images taken during the event. As it is with all other vendors, it is best to meet in person.
Here are some important questions to ask before you hire a shooter:
As I mentioned before , my style would be best described as a blend of fine art and modern photojournalism. This means that while I love to provide you with stunning images of you and your future spouse with my artistic touch, you will find both posed images as well as candid shots. From my experience parents, grandparents and more traditional family members usually prefer those traditional posed shots while you or your friends might like the candid shots.
In the photo, bride and groom were resting on a bench talking. The groom was playing with the bride's hair and they both acted as if I did not exist. They were both just enjoying themselves. I immediately noticed this special moment between the couple and decided to take this shot. I must say I was able to capture many moments like this at this Connecticut Wedding Venue. Candlelight Farms Inn in New Milford, CT is a beautiful country event venue for outdoor weddings. If you are soon planning to get married, I highly recommend stopping by at New Milford and checking it out.
Location: 214 Candlewood Mountain Rd, New Milford, CT 06776.