Wedding Memories You Chose to Forget - African American Wedding Photographer | Chip Dizard

Wedding Memories You Chose to Forget

If you were to ask any bride if they love their photos and videos what answer would you get? Hopefully you will get that they love the end product.  But I’ve realized something about this industry—there is rarely middle ground.  If we are being honest, you want to be wowed by the photos and share them to social media for hundreds of likes and comments.

I am a beneficiary of Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram . Most visual storytellers are.  A good friend and professional photographer said this to me and I ended up placing it in a graphic.

Thing I've learned

As wedding professionals we are only as good as our last shoot. That poses a lot of pressure for some people not to enter into the wedding business because it’s not for the faint of heart.

I consult brides often about the importance of choosing the right vendors (even if they don’t use me).  Below is Facebook message that I was tagged in about a bad wedding photography experience.

Now I could go on and on about what not to do when booking a vendor, but I will write those tips in an upcoming post.  After the food is eaten, cake is cut and flowers die, all you have is your wedding memories and what better way to preserve them than photo and video.

My goal and vendors who I associate with is to to capture memories that last a lifetime. For you to be able to pass down the memories 10 and 20 years from now and feel like it was yesterday.

Good news about someone never gets past the door, but bad news will travel a thousand leagues away.

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