How much should we pay for a wedding photographer and copyright?
Photographers’ fees vary according to their experience. A better-established wedding photographer is going to charge more.
If you want photographs to include the bride getting ready as well as the first dance and the farewell fireworks, your photographer will need to be booked for the entire day.
If you want to save on the photography budget, you should cut back on the amount of hours the photographer needs to be in attendance on the day. Your photographer will probably charge for travel, so you might want to book someone local to the venue. Most photographers offer a package. Get a complete breakdown and find out details such as the number of photos provided and the options on a printed or digital album. Remember there is no substitute to using a professional photographer. Only use a family member of they are very very competent and will be able to supply you with what you want.
At wisephotoNs we have a range of prices and packages to suit your budget and our prices do include generous travel distances of 15miles radius to your wedding venue. For more information please click here
What is copyright for Wedding Photography – who owns images?
Legally, photographers automatically own your photos unless you buy the copyright. Some photographers make a copyright agreement, giving you high resolution images to use and print as you want. Make sure you have the agreement in writing somewhere. If you want to use your photos for a newspaper or publication, you’ll need to get your photographer’s copyright permission.
After all payments have been made and the work is complete we provide our clients with all the artwork and the full resolutions images to use as they want. We basically let you share the copyright with us provided any published images brands and acknowledges us.