A wedding includes so much more than just gorgeous images of a couple. The goal of a photographer is to capture each one of those memories that tell the entire love store. But there is secret formula every photographer should follow. We had the opportunity to speak with @rosinadibellophoto and she shared the following: 🎥 “A professional photographer will ask the following questions during a wedding photography consultation: 🎥 HOW MANY GUESTS? HOW MANY IN THE BRIDAL PARTY? HOW MANY HOURS OF COVERAGE? WILL THERE BE A FIRST LOOK? DO YOU WANT COVERAGE OF BRIDE AND GROOM GETTING READY? WILL YOU BOTH BE IN THE SAME HOTEL? 🎥 These leading questions will help us determine the best way to advise you regarding hiring a single shooter or a second shooter. 🎥 You can certainly save a lot of money by having a single shooter, however if you are asking a single shooter to do all the above solo, then there will most likely be unlimited time in the schedule, or a minimum of 10 hours. 🎥 You will spend a little more by having a single shooter for that length of time, however you save in the long run by not having a second shooter for 8 - 10 hours. Also, some photography studios will allow you to have a second shooter for a portion of the time. 🎥 Be reasonable and understand that the same amount of prep work goes into a photographer prepping for 2 hours or 8 hours of work, and there has to be the understanding that anyone that holds your date should respectfully be giving a minimum of 4-6 hours of shooting”. 🎥 I would love to hear from other expert photographers your WHY before the brides and grooms BUY! #BeforeTheBuyKnowTheWhy Was this helpful? Post below and tag a friend.. 💦💕#miamiplanner #weddingprofessionals #eliteevents #luxlife #weddingphotographer #weddingtips #lights #camera #action @nbc6 we provide cost saving tips to our couples.. #knowthewhybeforeyoubuy Thank you @rosinadibellophoto for your expert advice!!