Your big day comes only once a lifetime,
so don’t miss your chance to have Focus create memorable long lasting moments for you and your loved one.
One is nice but two is better.
Focus offers both wedding photography and wedding videography throughout the country and worldwide.
Focus promises beautiful, extravagant, elegant photography and cinematography.
Take your love for each other one level higher, our relationship starts today and get twice the love in return.
Happy wedding planning and have a wonderful day!
Focus Photography as been awarded the WeddingWire Couple’s Choice Award for
“top five percent of wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism in the Greater Toronto Area”
MORE THAN 400 WEDDINGS EXPERIENCE
37 WEDDING BLOG FEATURES SINCE 2014
WEDLUXE FEATURED 2016
2014, 2015, 2016 WEDDINGWIRE COUPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
HUFFINGTON POST FEATURED 2016
MARTHA STEWART WEDDING FEATURED 2016
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Your wedding will only last one day, but your wedding pictures will be around forever. You want to make sure your special day is captured perfectly. If you are like most people you don’t have a lot of experience working with or hiring wedding photographers. How do you know which artist is right for you? Below is a guide to help you pick the right team that will best capture your once in a lifetime experience.
Photography may be an art, but wedding is a service business. You want to make sure you are working with someone you are comfortable with. If you feel like the photographer is not answering you questions or does not understand what you want, you should find a different artist to work with.
The better you level of communication with your chosen artist is, the better you pictures will be.
You deserve to have wedding pictures that are just as special as the love you and your future spouse share.
There are tons of different types and styles for how one captures a wedding. Some specialize in portraits while others work with wildlife. Wedding photography is its own discipline. Taking wedding pictures requires both an ability to capture impromptu displays of love and laughter and the ability to take stunning posed pictures with the wedding party and the families.
Your friend who has taken a few family pictures may be on their way to being a great photo taker, but do you really want your wedding to be their first one? Make sure you are hiring a professional and experienced veteran, not just a part time hobbyist who occasionally shoots weddings. There is a world of difference.
While some are shy and others and brash, any professionals will be happy to show you examples of their work. If they don’t have a full portfolio, they either are new or aren’t very good.
It should be easy to find stunning wedding pictures on their website. Always ask to see a portfolio. It not only gives you a chance to see the quality of the work, but also lets you see how passionate they are about their work.
Photography is art. Experienced wedding photographer will have a certain style. They will be able to adapt to your wants and needs, but your wedding pictures will most likely be similar in style, tone, and feeling to the ones in their portfolio. Different styles appeal to different people. Make sure you like a wedding studio’s style.
Ask any wedding studio you are considering hiring what they think makes a great wedding picture. This will help you know if you and the team are a good match.
Wedding studios offer a variety of different services. Make sure you understand everything a photographer offers. Many talented wedding photographers offer extras like videography, deluxe wedding album printing, and even photo booth rentals. If you like two photographers equally, pick the one who also offers related services you need for your wedding. The fewer people and vendors you have to deal with the easier the wedding planning will be.
You also want to make sure you understand what the final product will be. Are you just getting the raw images, or is the artist going to edit your pictures to make sure they come out perfect? You can’t ask too many questions when trying to find the perfect wedding photographer and videographer.
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Common Wedding Questions