Ten Tips for choosing your Seattle wedding photographer by Natalie Fobes

It’s not about quantity, it’s about quality!

Almost everyone includes photography files with their wedding collections. I do too.

However, some photographers will tell you that they give you ALL the photos taken of your wedding.

Sounds like a good thing, right? WRONG!

I worked for National Geographic Magazine. I’m friends with some of the world’s best photographers. We know that you can’t make a great image every time you press the button.

Instead, those photos are the ones that lead up to the great shots. The mistakes, the misfire of the flash, the blinking Uncle Joe. These should not be included in the files that are given to the clients.

Let me ask you this: would you rather spend your time enjoying optimized files ready to print or wading through more than a thousand photographs trying to find the good ones?

Part of my job is to do the initial edit for you.

This doesn’t mean that you get a handful of photographs. Last year I provided between 550 and 980 photo files for each wedding.

It does mean that the 10-20 hours I spend preparing the photo files ensures you don’t have to!

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