Booking your wedding photographer is a really important part of your big day. I've listed a few very important and sometimes overlooked tips below to help you make a great decision. 
We always like to meet our clients at their venue/s a while before the wedding to have a good look round and to discuss shoot locations, timings, guest numbers, style of shots, group shots etc.
It's a great time for us to get to know each other and a great opportunity to ask questions and let us know what you would really like captured on your special day
No1 
It may sound obvious, but, make sure they are a full time professional photographer. I hear regularly that people have been let down at late notice by a friend, family or an amateur photographer because 'something came up' or they couldn't get time off of their real job.
No2
Make sure they have proper insurance. You don't want an unexpected bill because something or someone got hurt or broken during photography.
No3
Check out their portfolio or gallery on their website to see examples of their work and ask them if they actually took the shots...I've heard of photographers using stock images and borrowed
images on their websites ???
Stonephotographic Gold Package
Mid-Week One location civil ceremony/partnership, Commemorative USB flash drive with Min 40 copyright free images in Both High & Low Res Images Supplied
Priced at £345 (Weekend service plus £150)
Stonephotographic Platinum Package
Multi-location wedding package inc Bridal preparation, Groom party meet, Church arrival, Group shots, Speeches & first dance. Commemorative USB flash drive with Min 200 copyright free images & Four 10 x 8 Prints of your choice.
Priced at £895
Stonephotographic Diamond Package
1 hour pre-wedding location photoshoot, Bridal preparation, Groom party meet, Church arrival, Group shots, Speeches & first dance. Commemorative USB flash drive with Min 200 copyright free images, Ten 10 x 8 Prints of your choice, Slide show video of your selection of images and background music with intro and end titles.
Priced at £1200



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