When you’re looking searching for a professional wedding photographer, sometimes wedding photos feels like what it’s all about. As a recently engaged couple, you likely can sit and fantasize about seeing beautiful wedding photographs hanging on your living room wall or even a beautiful framed picture of you saying “I Do” sitting on your office desk. This means when you’re looking for a wedding photographer in Kitchener-Waterloo you likely see yourself in the images in the wedding photographers portfolio. Or perhaps you know you’re looking for a Guelph wedding photographer who can create amazing artwork for you and your partner at the arboretum.
Wedding photos always make for an interesting conversation when we meet clients in our Downtown Guelph photography studio. The topic of conversation will inevitably turn to what the client plans to do with the photographs of their big day. Not surprisingly future brides and grooms are always drawn to the artwork on my studio walls. While some photographers leave their clients to decide what they what to do with images made of ones and zeros, we look after every one of clients until the delivery of their prints. To us, this is the difference between delivering wedding photos and artwork from your wedding day.
I was speaking to a client recently about the artwork we offer and they mentioned another photographer who said they would just deliver everything on a DVD and suggested they printed the images at a nearby grocery store. The best part was when I picked up my MacBook and pointed out that computers aren’t even shipping with DVD drives anymore so how might they view their wedding images on their twentieth wedding anniversary. By the end of the day, every bride and groom will see the photos from their wedding day in a way that’s meaningful for them.