Patrick Mccabe

Do professional wedding photographers accept "shoot and burn" requests from clients?

Asked by Patrick Mccabe 1 year ago wedding photographers


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These days, everyone with a camera can pose as a “professional” photographer so it’s confusing when you try to define what “professional” is. But I’ll take your question as one where the word “professional” means someone who is experienced and has been in the field for several years, even decades, and knows the industry well enough to be able to exercise sound judgement in every project and client request. An experienced photographer genuinely desires to give clients only the best.

“Shoot and burn” requests often come from clients who want to get more for less. Real professional photographers will have the confidence to decline such requests because they have a reputation to uphold. They can boldly assure that their prices are reasonable given the enthusiasm of the photographer(s) who will be with you on your special day, the amount of preparation, and the quality and flare of the final output.

Basically, you get what you pay for. If you care about making lasting memories that are beautifully captured and preserved, you have to be willing to spend on the services of professionals like Jonathan Hilder, a wedding photographer in Buckinghamshire, and his team at Piers Photography.

by Patrick Mccabe 1 year ago

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