Wedding Photography Questionnaire

Wedding Photography Questionnaire

This is a very useful wedding photography form template to collect information from your customers as to which individuals and scenes to be captured by your photographer on your wedding day. Form Preview
Captured by Mark Kim Wedding Photography Questionaire
  • Captured by Mark Kim

    Wedding Photography

    www.capturedbymk.com

  • Bride Information

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  • Groom Information

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  • Wedding Prep Information

  • Please note, Captured by Mark Kim Photography is not responsible for images that are not captured sue to unforseen circumstances, such as individuals not being available during pre-or postceremony photography, inclement weather, or time for photographic services running out before specific images are captured. Teresa Mansbach Photography is not responsible for images not captured due to non-disclosure of details from bride and groom or scheduled activities running behind. Please fill out your questionaare as detailed as possible and plan your wedding day activities accordingly/on time to ensure that they are photographed withing alloted time frame for your photographer. “Standard Shots” included in most weddings:

    Bride alone (preferably pre-ceremony) Bridal details – veil, shoes, dress, (preferably pre-ceremony) Bride/bridesmaids (preferably pre-ceremony) Bride/parents (preferably pre-ceremony)

    Groom alone (preferably pre-ceremony)

    Groom/Groomsmen (preferably pre-ceremony) Groom details – boutonniere, etc (preferably pre-ceremony) Groom/parents (preferably pre-ceremony)

    Ceremony venue (preferably pre-ceremony)

    Groom/Officiant waiting at entrance

    Wedding party processional

    Groom as he sees bride (dependent entirely on layout of venue)

    Bride walking down the aisle/being given away Ceremony

    First kiss/Announcement of Mr. & Mrs. Bride/Groom and party recessional

    Entire wedding party together Family photos (Since every family is structured differently, we’ll go into detail below)

    Reception photos are not included in standard list, as details vary for each event.

  • Ceremony Information

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  • Some wedding officiants do NOT permit the use of flash during a ceremony. If I will not be allowed to use flash during your ceremony, I must plan ahead for thing, bringing special equipment. Please VERIFY WITH YOUR WEDDING OFFICIANT if he or she will allow flash during the ceremony. Please do not just answer for yourself. This is especially important for church ceremonies. Please also ask if there are any particular areas that are off-limits during the ceremony. Example: Will the photographer be permitted to crouch down (out of view) behind the couple and officiant during the ceremony?

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  • Family Photo Information

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  • Please note that formal photos take a minimum of 20 minutes and ideally should have 30+ minutes of scheduled time. 

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  • I like to shoot best during what is called "Golden Hour" appromimately 1-2 hours before sunset. Keep in the mind the sunset time when choosing a place and time for formal photos 

  • Reception Information

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  • Please note that I am pescatarian (The only meat I eat is fish) and I cannot eat eat dairy for health reasons

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  • Thank you!! Thank you for choosing Captured by Mark Kim Photography, and thank you for taking the time to complete the longest questionnaires in history. Your day is extremely important to me, and as you can see, I like to pay special attention to the details. The more I know prior to your special day, the more prepared I am to stay on my toes and capture those moments for you. If I have forgotten something, I am never more then a call, text or email away. I am here for you and appreciate your business!!!

    Best Wishes and enjoy your wonderful day

    Mk :)

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