Response: You get what you pay for. A good photographer or videographer should not bargain. To do so is to suggest that their services are not as valuable as they might be at other times of the year.
You pay by the number of hours of coverage, not by location unless the photographer or videographer must travel some distance to the wedding. If they must, then you may be asked to pay for gas and possibly for lodging. Make appointments with at least three photographers. Look at their portfolios for the quality of their photos and the originality of the poses. Also consider the personalities of the people. You want someone that you feel comfortable with and who wont be pushy.
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