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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Bess, Three hundred dollars is more than fair for what you are offering. If you were a professional you would get three times that much. The client will have to arrange for printing of their photos, which not all people like to do, but your fee is more than generous.

Since you have not photographed a wedding before, you may want to spend some time reading about it. You cant photograph a wedding the same way you would photograph other events. For one thing, the bride will expect full-length photos of the front and back of her dress. She will expect attention to detail, particularly no people in the background and other distractions. You will want to arrange the family members and wedding party in the most flattering way, which is not looking at you straight on, like wooden soldiers. There are many details that will add to the quality of your photos.


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