Wedding photographers red flags

Wedding photographers red flags

One of my brides I photographed a couple years ago asked me for an interview on topic, red flags that wedding photographers see on wedding day, indications of short marriage.

I did think for couple seconds and told her that I will disappoint her, not because I do not want to tell, or I’m so ignorant that I do not see red flags, but I do not know any of my couples getting divorced.

Maybe there are some, but as far I know they all are still married, many of them stay in touch with me and nowadays with social media, it is even easier than before.

I have families that lost newborn babies to illness, lost jobs, careers, etc…But they still are together.

I started to think why? Why couples I photographed are still together.

Maybe because most of my couples are madly in love and down to earth 🙂

How did they pick me as their wedding photographer? No clue, but I’m so lucky to have best couples ever.

I hope they picked me because my pictures tell their love story and how much I love my job.

Maybe because I tell them I do not overbook myself, in order to give full attention to them, so I do not burn myself out and lose my creativity.

I do not book more then 20 weddings a year, every wedding is special to me, each couple is unique. Wedding day for them is SO remarkable and my job is to document it. I’m equally excited to photograph a wedding at The Addison, The Old fish house, Jupiter Lighthouse or just a simple beach wedding.

Maybe there were no red flags of failing marriage because my couples were realistic in their hopes, goals and dreams; down to earth and deeply in love with strong family values.

So why did they pick me?

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