Choosing The Best Wedding Photographer (Infographic)

The infographic, Choosing The Best Wedding Photographer, was created by Digby & Rose.  They are a design and print studio located in Washington DC, specializing in luxury wedding invitations designed for letterpress. In addition to their invitation designs, they created this fantastic infographic for couples looking for some advice on picking a wedding photographer.

In the infographic below, you will notice that the average cost of a wedding photographer is $2,320.  You will also notice 10 questions that brides should ask their photographers.  If you are a bride reading this, definitely send BOWP photographers an email and they will be happy to answer any questions that you have.

We hope you enjoy the infographic as much as we did and that it helps you choose the best photographer for your wedding.

Guide to Wedding Photography
Complete Wedding Photography Guide by Digby & Rose Washington DC

Matthew Lee - April 29, 2013 - 2:21 am

Absolutely great wedding questions. Thanks so much.

Paula Lucas - April 29, 2013 - 2:27 am

Holey smoley… I have been looking for this type of information for my upcoming wedding ceremony. We have not set the date yet … but will be back soon to respect your advice before we select our photographer for our wedding. Again, this is more than fantastic information!!!!

Miranda Isber - April 29, 2013 - 2:38 am

Your tips are fascinating and so true. I’m absolutely going to work with them and thank you so much for sharing this information.

Paul Cunningham - April 29, 2013 - 3:04 am

So very happy to have an amazing top photographer supply this information for your brides and grooms — going to make my decision easier.

Ken Tan - May 1, 2013 - 2:25 pm

Great list! Definitely helps out both the photographer and bride and groom!

Lena - August 20, 2013 - 7:09 pm

I would probably cry if a bride gave me a shot list. It’s so restricting to get a shot list for a wedding, and if you’re hiring a good photographer to begin with, it’s insulting to tell them what to shoot.

Also, it’s SUPER annoying to have brides copy & paste the generic questions, what’s your style? What does it matter how I describe my style, you’ve seen it and obviously like it so why must I put it in words? Why don’t YOU describe why you like it so much?

I dunno, just some input from a professional wedding photographer on how it feels to be sent these kinds of questions.

Moments Captured - August 23, 2013 - 3:11 am

I love infographic posts and this one is just oerfect. It’s simple and easy to understand, and it’s got some excellent wedding questions too. Thanks for a great read.

Jenny Lens - August 28, 2013 - 9:59 am

Love it thanks! What do you think of the “pro” photog who said they’d CRY if given a short list? Oy, I’d stay AWAY from that photog if I were either a bride or second shooter or assistant. Talk about a diva! It’s ALL about the bride, groom, their parents. WHO cares what the photog thinks? We’ve got a job to do and that’s to please our clients, those getting married and those paying for it! Of course our creativity is vital, but most brides have lists, long and short. This is very helpful! IMHO.

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