A prom night is a once in a lifetime event and photographs will provide students and their families with a lifelong reminder. It may be also the last time that all the students will be in one place together and is a great keepsake for all.
When choosing a photographer, make sure that he is professionally qualified to avoid disappointment after the event. All recognized photographers have websites, so do your research first to find ones that specialise in photography for group events. A great prom photographer will be unobtrusive and great at getting groups of people into position quickly so that there is no queuing.
Opportunities for fantastic pictures include shots of guests arriving in their chosen transport, formal group shots and informal partying pictures.
Make sure you find out how they operate beforehand, do they require use of backdrops and special lighting? Do they know your venue? Have you briefed them fully about timings? How will guests be able to order photos? What are the costs? Do your homework before hand to get the best package possible to keep prices down.
Chocolate-Photography (Alison Mathias)
Address: Little Acres,Cripps Corner Road, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5QR
Tel.: 01580 830844 Email: email@example.com
J P Photographic
Address: 4 Burlington gardens, Portslade, East Sussex BN41 2DJ
Tel.: 01273 381111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Rodbard Photographers
Address: 8, Manor Road,Burgess Hill,RH15 0NL
Tel.: 01444 233110 Email: Email email@example.com