Lay everything out properly
Before wedding photographers out there book their wedding photography clients, they make sure that there is a detailed and an in-depth discussion going in before the rest of the other preparations are being put underway when it all comes down to it. This is the kind of approach that you should be taking in as well when you are trying to book clients on your end. You need to make sure that you are able to lay everything out as properly and as detailed as you possibly can so that there aren’t any misunderstandings or any gray areas in between. Any misunderstandings between clients and their wedding photographers can turn out to have very disastrous results for the overall experience of the clients because it can turn out to worsen and eventually turn into complaints and even downright badmouthing. This is not the kind of thing that new wedding photographers could handle or deal with especially at the onset of their careers and it is also something that you should try to do without as much as possible.
Ask what your clients would like to get out of the wedding photography deal.
You need to know what they are looking for in the first place in order for you to be able to determine if it is something that you will be able to provide for them at some point or so. This will give you the right kind of insight into matching them up with the right kind of services that will work well for them and for the kind of vision that they have for the London wedding photography shoot. There will be a lot of times wherein what the clients need may not exactly be at the top tier of your priciest services and that’s really quite alright. You just need to make sure that above all else, you are able to go ahead and prioritize what your clients will need and what they will be able to really appreciate on top of your personal interests as a professional wedding photographer.
Make it a point to ask your clients about the wedding venue as well.
As much as possible, ask for a description of the kind of venue that you will be holding out the wedding photography shoot in. ask for a basic description so that you will at least have a pretty good idea about what kind of scene or venue you will be dealing with. This will enable to you prepare everything that you need to prepare in terms of the lighting as well as any other photography equipment that you might turn out to need in order for you to make sure that you get to deliver great looking shots every single time. You also need to know what time of day the wedding will be held in so that you can more or less gauge what kind of lighting situation you will have to deal with when it all comes down to it. If it is an option that you will be able to take, try to see if you will be given an opportunity to scout the location ahead of time as well so that you can bring in some practice shots. Location scouting has been observed by wedding photographers for the longest time and this is because it will make you better prepared for your shoot.