Choosing good Oregon coast wedding photographers is an essential piece of any coastal wedding. Getting your wedding captured on film and/or video makes for lasting memories.
Although the merging of new technology and photography has made taking very nice pictures and video something mainstream, placing your wedding videos and photos into the hands of a professional will provide you with piece of mind.
My wife and I have been married since 1985 and are still so thrilled that we decided to invest a portion of our wedding budget on a good wedding videographer (one of my good friends from high school happened to be a photographer, so we had all our photos done for free!). To have all those people in attendance and the entire event frozen in time forever is simply priceless.
The Various Styles of Wedding Photography
There are various styles for Oregon coast photographers to go with. Sitting down with your photographer and/or videographer and discussing the shoot is as important a step to take as with anything else to do with your wedding day, maybe even top of the list. Below is an excellent video to give you some insight into the various styles that a wedding photographer may adopt. It's nice to be informed. ;)
Asking The Right Questions
Hiring a photographer to photograph your wedding who knows the who, what, why, where, when and how of getting a great shot is vital, so you want to make sure you do your homework and choose someone you mesh well with; someone who really knows their stuff. When it comes down to your special day, there should be no doubt in your mind that this photographer is someone you really like and that he has your best interest in mind.
According to a short article on About.com, here are some good questions for you to ask any photographer as you're shopping around:
Don't be afraid to ask about anything else that concerns you. It's your wedding and your money.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SERVING THE OREGON COAST
Below, you can find a list of businesses. If you'd like to list your wedding photography business here for free and you service the Oregon coast for your clients, follow the rules below and you're good to go!
WEDDING DIRECTORY LISTING RULES & TIPS
As you fill out the form below:
Repeat the name of your business, as well as your city or location, near the top of your listing.
Tell about the services you offer. You have a lot of room, so be detailed.
Maybe you'd like to add something about your employees or staff. Do they have experience and certifications that would be important for customers to know about?
What days and times are you open? Do you have specific office hours? Do you have regular closures (Sundays? Statutory Holidays?)
Aim for a minimum of 300 words. 400 and more is better! This helps the search engines know that this is a high quality page. Important stuff to get you found.
Be sure to include a way for customers to contact you. This can be your phone number or email address. If using an email address, we strongly recommend that you use the format sharisweddings (at) gmail.com to avoid having your email address harvested and used by spammers.
To avoid having your listing declined, please double check that you have used correct capitalization, not ALL CAPS; included your contact information, and used a minimum of 300 words.
WANT AN EXPANDED LISTING?
For only $97 a year, you can have a direct link to your web site and any social media links added to your listing. This will ensure potential customers can find and communicate with you, no matter what. Just let me know in the form if you would like the Expanded Listing. I can shoot you a PayPal invoice.
To list your Wedding Photography business for free, simply fill out the form below as completely as you can. Please read the instructions so your listing will be stellar!
Find a coast wedding photographer who serves your area.
Wildhearts Film Studios - Otis , Oregon Not rated yet
We service the full length of the Oregon Coast , we capture on film the memories of a lifetime , to be passed on to generations to come. We are not limited …
Don Frank Photography - Gearhart Oregon Not rated yet
My style of photography is Creative Photojournalism. The photos are a lively and colorful representation of unique angles, beautiful people, and behind …
Don't try to cut costs when making a decision on which photographers to consider. Remember the old saying that you get what you pay for.
A wedding album is something you will have in your possession for the rest of your life and you want your event to be captured by someone who has all their T's crossed, I's dotted, and you just know will do a good job for you.