Lafayette 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 Lafayette 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 Lafayette County

wedding photographer near meYour wedding photographs have to be done perfectly the first time of asking. Get it wrong and there are no re-runs. You can’t even fake it as you will have no guests or wedding venue. That’s why it’s vital for you to to be certain that you have chosen the right wedding photographer.

As experienced wedding photographers, we have the correct skills, and experience to make sure you won’t regret selecting 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!

Our wedding photography portfolio of work is available upon request? Our objective is to capture and convey your unique (hopefully) once in a lifetime wedding experience. So please reach out to us 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 Lafayette 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 given you a quote for your wedding photography that is within your budget. Congratulations! You should accept it right away, right? DEFINITELY NOT! You probably could have worked out a better deal if you had actually read this short article earlier.

The majority of people don’t understand what a price quote really is on it’s most fundamental level. At the end of the day, this quote represents the target price the photographer wants to exchange his/her efforts for. However, this quote represents more than the quantity you will need to pay out for the photographer’s time. Keeping this in mind, how can you (as the customer) reduce the amount of the quote so that it more properly represents your idea of the value of the photographer’s time? Below are 3 considerations for you to keep in mind that may encourage a photographer to inflate the value of their time, and therefore increase the asking amount from you for their services.

1) Missing details
Professional photographers HATE a lack of information when attempting to quote for a job. Most of the time, it is extremely hard for professional photographers to gather the correct level of info when they are building their quote. This is normally because clients offer the bare minimum of info when asking for a quote. Scenarios aside from the amount of time a photographer will be at the occasion matter significantly. For example, if your wedding will be held throughout multiple rooms a photographer will probably need an assistant and your quote will show this extra expense. On the other hand, if your wedding will remain in a single space there might not be a requirement for the assistant. If the photographer does not have this information prior to providing the quote, you can guarantee that the quote you get shows the worst case scenario (i.e. the additional expense for the assistant’s income, insurance coverage, and so on).

2) Be practical when giving the amount of time you will require the photographer’s services
Most people overestimate the amount of time they think they require a photographer to be at the wedding. Do you truly need the photographer for the complete wedding reception? How many angles do you truly need of the same guests drinking champagne and eating? An hour or more of unnecessary photographer’s time can become quite costly. Although, having said that, it is always better to overestimate than underestimate the amount of time you will require the photographer on-site. Giving accurate hours is the fastest way to cut unnecessary expenses from your quote.

3) Be truthful about when you require the completed images delivered
If you have chosen photo editing, do not demand that the photographs be delivered by the next business day. If you need a few initial photos for thank you cards, social media, etc. after the wedding, then request 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 need ALL of the photos finished within 72 hours is unusual. There is little doubt that the photographer will try to oblige your request; however in order to do so, they will need to push off other work. Pushing back work comes at a premium and will be shown in your quote. For the best quote, request the preliminary photos that you really do need straightaway and (be specific about what these photos need to contain) and permit 7-10 business days for the rest of the photographs to be delivered to you.

So to summarize, provide your photographer with as much detail at the first meeting as you possibly can, set clear expectations of your needs from the beginning, and always be sincere 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 Lafayette County, Florida

Lafayette County is a county located in the state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,870,[1] making it the second-least populous county in Florida. The county seat is Mayo.[2] Lafayette County is a prohibition or partially dry county, allowing retail sales of beer.

Lafayette County was created on December 23, 1856 from part of Madison County. At the time it comprised all the area of present-day Lafayette and Dixie counties. The County was named in honor of the Marquis de Lafayette, the French general who rendered assistance to the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.[3] The famed Suwannee River forms the entire eastern boundary. The county courts first met at the home of Ariel Jones near Fayetteville. The county seat was New Troy until the court house burned down on New Year’s Eve, 1892. It was moved to Mayo in 1893, and Mayo is currently Lafayette’s only incorporated town. The moving of the courthouse was the end for New Troy. The Gainesville Sun states that houses were dismantled for their timber and bricks, hardwoods replaced the fields, steamboat traffic ended in 1899, and the ferry closed in 1917. In 1921 the lower part of the county was removed to create Dixie County.

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