Choosing the Right Photographer Part Two

I told you we’d be back with more tips about hiring the right photographer! While budget, style, and personality are crucial in picking your photographer, the largest deciding factor is trusting your photographer.

It is our job to make you feel beautiful and at ease on your wedding day. We are highly  trained professionals who LOVE what we do. When it’s finally your wedding day, you want to relax after the months and months of planning.

The right photographer will…

  1. Know how to pose you in the most flattering manner. While Pinterest is a wonderful source of inspiration, it can inhibit your photographer from getting creative. We love our art! Another thing that can be challenging with Pinterest photographs is that no two people photograph the same. We want to pose you in a way that is most flattering to you. You should look and feel your best!
  2. Choose the perfect backdrop. Before weddings, we always arrive early to scope out the best spots for you photos. We walk the property to find the most beautiful and scenic spots for your photos.
  3. Find the perfect light. Did you know that photography is actually defined as “the art or process of producing images by the action of radiant energy and especially light…” Isn’t that beautiful? Part of our job is to study light. We track light, observe the color, and choose locations with the most flattering light for photos.

Hopefully this helps shed a little light (see what I did there? eh? okay, moving on…) on wedding photography.

Check out this fabulous wedding photographed by Carsten at Wedgewood Vellano.


For more information on wedding photography in Southern California or to get a quote, please visit our website at or give us a call at 657-221-8882.

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