lil_miss wrote in post #3286844
I imagine they would have a hard time choosing from that many images...
Should this not have been something you worked out before you started shooting weddings? I.e your plan of attack and how things will work for you?
Thanks for the compliment!
Yeah, normally i should have sat down with the families and found out exactly what was going to happen, but it was soo last minute, and hectic that we didn't have a chance to meet. If it were strangers, i would have done more planning and such. But the bride and groom are close friends and they don't have $$$ for a "pro" so they asked if i would do it for them.
I just charged $300 for the engagement photos and wedding. They paid my Gas and bought me dinner and a movie last night. I know what you are all thinking, 300 bucks? Thats it?? LoL but it was basically a favor to some friends, and an opportunity to take out the 30D with vert grip
Wedding was only about 45 people and totally cute!
liza wrote in post #3288426
Lovely image, Adam! As for selling images to the bride and groom, I already have that settled in the contract they sign prior to the wedding. The couple chooses the package they want and order prints with the print credit specific to the package.
If they want more, they purchase using individual print pricing. Right now, I take orders personally and send them to the lab. As my volume increases, I'll probably purchase hosting from Miller's Lab and do web fulfillment as I do with my sports photography business.
Nice advice! The BOLD part confused me, "print credit specific" ?
As i wrote up to there, i didn't really get into contract stuff (a MAJOR no-no amongst wedding photogs huh) because it was quick timing and they didn't have much $$ to spend.
Miller's Lab huh? I'll check them out!
Thanks to ALL for viewing, commenting, and complimenting my one shot here!