Been rather quiet photographically lately, hence I've disappeared from the forum for a bit -new job, so I've struggled to find time to do anything with my camera.
Anyway, my query is about being in front of the lens, not behind it!
So next week my fiance and I are meeting with a couple of wedding 'togs to try and plan for next year's wedding. We've looked at a heap online and narrowed it down to a few we like, so we'll meet up to see who we connect with.
So, does anybody have any tips in helping us finalise our decision? Anything to look out for, ask for, anything to avoid?
What's the best way to get an overall sense of the photographer's work (as opposed to just their best 20 shots in their online portfolio)?
Also, what would be considered a fairly decent type of album to ask about? For instance, one of the photographers we're meeting only offers an 8"x8" album, which seems very underwhelming and could possibly be a deal breaker (of course I know I can organise my own album, but wouldn't I get a better result with the photographer?)