Glades County Wedding Photographer

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Finding a high quality photographer for your wedding photography can be daunting, to say the least. But you can rest peacefully when you select us to record your wedding event on camera! As experienced wedding photographers in Glades County we’ve done this so many times, so, no need to worry about giving us directions or us getting their late. Nothing will stop us being there on the right day and at the right time, and holding up your big day!
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Wedding Photographer in Glades County

wedding photographer near meYour wedding photography has to be done perfectly the first time of asking. Mess it up and there are no second chances. You can’t even fake it as there will be no guests or wedding venue. That’s why it’s vital for you to make sure that you choose the right wedding photographer.

We have the correct skill-set, and wedding photography experience to make sure you won’t regret choosing us.

As well as wedding photography, we can also offer:

  • Professional Headshots
  • Portrait Photography
  • Family Portraits
  • Baby Photographs
  • Pet Photography
  • Senior Portraits
  • ..and much more!

Please ask to check out our wedding photography portfolio? Our goal is to capture and convey your own unique (hopefully) once in a lifetime wedding experience. So please get in touch and we’d be more than happy to provide you with as much information as you need to decide if we are the service that you would like to work with here in Glades County. We look forward to speaking to you soon!

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3 Helpful Tips When Asking For A Wedding Photography Proposal

So you’ve called a wedding photographer and they have offered you a quote for your wedding photographs that is within your spending limits. Congratulations! You should accept it straightaway, right? DEFINITELY NOT! You most likely could have worked out a much better deal if you had actually read this article earlier.

Most people don’t comprehend exactly what a price quote actually is on it’s most fundamental level. At the end of the day, this quote represents the amount of money the photographer wants to exchange his/her time for. However, this quote represents more than the quantity you will have to pay out for the photographer’s time. Keeping this in mind, how can you (as the client) bring down the amount of the quote so that it more precisely represents your own idea of the value of the photographer’s time? Listed below are 3 considerations for you to keep in mind that may encourage a photographer to push up the value of their time, and therefore increase the asking amount from you for their services.

1) Missing details
Photographers really can’t abide a lack of information when attempting to quote for a job. Usually, it is incredibly challenging for photographers to garner the proper level of info when they are developing their quote. This is usually due to the fact that clients provide the bare minimum of information when asking for a quote. Circumstances other than the amount of time a photographer will be at the occasion matter greatly. For instance, if your wedding will be held throughout several rooms a photographer will likely require an assistant and your quote will show this extra expense. On the other hand, if your wedding will remain in a single room there may not be a requirement for the assistant. If the photographer does not have this information prior to issuing the quote, you can guarantee that the quote you receive reflects the worst case scenario (i.e. the additional cost for the assistant’s income, insurance, etc.).

2) Be sensible when giving the amount of time you will require coverage
Most people overstate the amount of time they think that they’ll require a photographer to be at the wedding. Do you really require the photographer for all 3 hours of the wedding reception? How many different angles do you actually need of the same guests drinking champagne and eating? An hour or 2 of unnecessary service can end up being quite costly. Although, having said that, it is always better to overestimate than underestimate the length of time you will require the photographer on-site. Giving accurate hours is the fastest method to remove unnecessary expenses from your quote.

3) Be sincere about when you require the final photographs delivered
If you have actually chosen photo retouching, don’t demand that the images be done by the next business day. If you need a few initial images for thank you cards, Instagram, etc. following the wedding, then ask for that at the time of booking the photographer – don’t make this request on the wedding day itself or, even worse, during the reception. The chances that you require ALL of the photos finished within 72 hours is unlikely. There is little doubt that the photographer will try to honor your request; however in order to do so, they will need to push off other work. Pushing back other work comes at a premium and will be shown in your quote. For the most cost-effective quote, request the preliminary photos that you really do require almost immediately and (be specific about what these photos need to look like) and enable 7-10 business days for the rest of the photographs to be delivered.

In summary, provide your photographer with as much detail when you first meet with the him/her as you possibly can, set clear expectations of your needs from the beginning, and always be honest with both your photographer and yourself. Follow these pointers and you’ll be slashing into those over-inflated photography quotes in no time.

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About Glades County, Florida

Glades County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,884,[1] making it the fourth-least populous county in Florida. Its county seat is Moore Haven.[2]

Indigenous people lived in this area for thousands of years. Due to warfare and exposure to infectious diseases after European contact, native tribes became depopulated. In the eighteenth century, when the area was under Spanish rule, Native American peoples of Creek and other tribes migrated into present-day Florida from Georgia. Africans and African Americans who escaped from slavery and shipwrecks also migrated to the area, where they created maroon communities. Some were given freedom by the Spanish in exchange for serving with their militias. Gradually the Seminole nation formed out of these multi-ethnic people. Some African-descended people set up communities near the Seminole and became known as Black Seminole. In the nineteenth century, most of the Seminole and many blacks were removed to Indian Territory after the Seminole Wars, a result of pressure from increasing Anglo-American settlement.

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