- Break the Ice.
- Ask Them Their Story.
- Is There Anything Specific That You Want Captured?
- If It’s an Event, Have Them Walk You Through Every Step That You Will Be There to Photograph.
- How Do You Plan on Using These Images?
- Where Would You Like These Photos to Be Taken?
What is a wedding questionnaire?
The Wedding Questionnaire Template provides all necessary information for a wedding day photoshoot which covers all basic requests and special add-ons, ceremonies, number of the guests, contact details of the bride, groom, family members, major sponsors and the event organizers.
What questions should you ask your wedding photographer?
- What’s your budget for wedding photography?
- How many photos do you need?
- How many guests are invited to the wedding?
- What are you expecting from your wedding photographer?
- Do you have a list of poses?
What are some frequently asked questions for photographers?
- Do you deliver every image you shoot?
- Does your studio provide videography services?
- Do you do destination weddings?
- Have you shot at my venue before?
- Which photographer will be shooting my wedding?
- Do you provide partial day coverage?
- Do you shoot in JPEG, Small Raw, or Large Raw?
What should a photographer ask a client?
- What is the emotion, feeling or vibe you want to portray in these images?
- What is the main purpose for choosing me as a photographer?
- What do you want to stay away from?
- What is your current demographic?
- What do you like about the reference images you sent me?
What questions should a wedding planner ask their client?
- What’s your budget, how many people are you inviting, and what’s your dream venue?
- Do you have any vendors in mind?
- How involved do you expect a wedding planner to be?
- What weddings have you been to that you didn’t like?
- Do you have any non-negotiables?
What questions do you ask a wedding guest?
- Where do you see us in 10 or 20 years?
- What is the best marriage advice you can give us?
- How should we celebrate our 1st anniversary?
- What is your best advice for us as parents?
- Draw a portrait of yourself/a picture of us.
How do you inquire about photography?
Email is the best method of contact. For me personally, I prefer email. When I receive a direct message through Instagram I will always redirect the client through my website to the contact form. However, if it’s not a wedding inquiry then I will have the client just send me a direct email.
What type of information is included in pre wedding evaluation form?
- Names and wedding date*
- Your mobile numbers.
- Bride/Groom Morning Prep (Person 1)
- Where will you be getting ready and from what time?
- Who is in the bridal/groom party? (
- Do you have any hair/makeup/anything else booked in?
- What time are you leaving to the service?
What should I ask for a photoshoot?
- Do you need a shot list?
- How long will the session be?
- How do you handle payment?
- Will you do the photoshoot yourself?
- What will happen if your photographer can’t make it to the photoshoot?
- What is included in the package?
- Do you offer retouching?
How many photos do you deliver for a wedding?
Conclusion. How many photos should a wedding photographer give their client? The short and simple answer is ~100 per hour of shooting or roughly 800 photos for 8 hour wedding day coverage. As we explained, this figure is not some industry standard that all wedding photographers have to stick to.
What questions should I ask my photography mentor?
- How long have you been doing photography?
- Are you in business or is photography a super fun hobby for you?
- What do you shoot with, and what lenses do you have?
- What editing program(s) do you use, if any, and what level do you feel you are at with them?
What to ask before hiring a photographer?
- What’s their style of photography?
- Read their reviews!
- What’s the pricing structure?
- What’s the payment structure?
- Check a few albums or galleries.
- Do they help with Posing?
- Do they have insurance?
- What’s the image turnaround time?
What do you say in a photography consultation?
Some example questions are “Do you offer prints/albums/canvases?” “Do we get an engagement session?” “How long have you been photographing weddings?” “Do we get print release?” All these things are important for you to know so you are confident in who you are hiring!
How do photographers talk to clients?
- Talk about what you’re doing! During a shoot, these are the FIRST things I like to bring up:
- Ask about their story! Get to know your clients and where it all began!
- Ask about the wedding!
- Recommend vendors!
- Ask what they do for work!
What are 5 possible questions you ask to your clients before planning an event for them?
- What type of event are you planning?
- When and where would you like the event to be held?
- How long would you like the event to run?
- Why are you planning this event?
- What is your total budget or your budget per person?
How do you ask the right questions for your event plan?
- What Is the Projected Date and Location for Your Event?
- How Many Guests Are Attending?
- What Is Your Budget per Person?
- What Are Three Must-Have Elements for Your Event?
- What Are Three Things You Don’t Want at Your Event?
Which is the first question that needs to be asked before holding an event?
The first question to ask is about the nature of the event, as all subsequent event planning questions will be determined by this answer. Is this a meeting?
How well do you know groom questions?
- Where is the grooms dream holiday destination?
- What size shoes does the groom wear?
- What animal would the groom compare the bride to?
- What is the groom’s favourite food?
- What is the grooms dream car?
- When he was younger, what did the groom want to be when he grew up?
How do you say no plus one politely?
- Put A Note On Your Wedding Website. Something to the effect of “We’re so excited to celebrate this day with our nearest and dearest, and are hoping to keep the guest list limited.
- Make It Clear On The RSVP.
- Consider Opening Up The Reception.
What questions should I add to my wedding website?
- What time should I arrive to the ceremony?
- What is the dress code?
- Will the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception take place indoors or outdoors?
- What will the weather be like?
- What will your wedding-day timeline look like?
- How do I get to the wedding venue?
How do you ask a photographer rate?
- Share Essential Information:
- Consider Crucial Facts:
- Research on Photography Pricing:
- Contact the Photographer:
- In-person or call:
- In mail or message:
- Finally, get the price:
- Ask for a discount:
How do you ask a photographer to collab?
You’re selling your brand and everything you have to offer from the moment you reach out, so say more than, “Do you want to collaborate with me?” Mention what drew you to the photographer’s work – their composition, editing, or conceptual style, or talk about the kind of work you would want to do with them.
How do I communicate with my wedding photographer?
The entire schedule is great to communicate for your photographer. This also includes things like hotel room numbers, contact information like cell phone numbers, and the exact schedule as it has been laid out for your day. Providing a backup contact like wedding party members is a good option.
What is a receiving line at a wedding?
The receiving line is an opportunity for the couple and their parents to say hello to each guest, as well as to thank them for attending. Guests might thank the hosts for inviting them or comment on the ceremony, but the conversations should be kept short to keep the line moving.