All eyes should be on your wedding photographs, which will quickly become some of your most prized possessions. You may gaze at them and remember your first dance, your first kiss, and your wedding vows long after the big day has passed. 

The key to reliving your wedding through images is finding a competent Rome photographer who can capture the day as you want it. And you should choose someone you can be completely yourself with since they will be by your side during your entire wedding day. 

We’ve put up this one-of-a-kind guide to finding the greatest wedding photographer to make your decision easier. 

#1. Make sure the location is booked by you before hiring a photographer. 

Once you have ensured the ideal setting is booked by you for the needed date, it is time to begin your search for a photographer. Get in touch with him or her no later than 8-9 months before the big day. If the photographer of your choice is in high demand, try to hire him or her even a year before your wedding. 

#2. Get suggestions and advice from everyone you can. 

If you want to know who makes the best wedding photographs, you may ask your wedding planner, the owners of the reception hall, or friends who have recently got married and whose photos you like. Sometimes it’s even better to go online and spend some time looking through portfolios and searching for a professional whose taste and style match yours. 

#3. Decide on a theme for the ceremony and reception. 

Invest some time in exploring some approaches to photography before settling on a personal preference. The colors on your photos may be bright and full of life, or they could be faded and foggy, evoking nostalgia. To discover who is available on your wedding day and how much they charge, you can start sending emails to photographers whose work you’ve liked the most. 

#4. Consider arranging a meeting with a photographer to talk about your options. 

Find out how many weddings the photographer of your choice has shot, have a closer look at their previous work, and see whether they have ever photographed in your venue. Perhaps your wedding photographer has an assistant who can take pictures of other people in the hall while you are getting ready for the ceremony. Also, discover the timeframes for receiving the sneak peek of the prints and the album.

#5. Look for a better price.

Some photographers will charge you for a certain number of shots or an hourly rate, with additional fees for any prints, albums, posters, digital files, etc. Quite a few photographers will provide a price list that details the services they offer and the costs associated with them. Make sure you know how long the photographer will be there (between seven and nine hours is ideal) and whether they will have a second cameraman or assistant there; this will increase the likelihood of getting high-quality close-up shots.