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      Do you know someone who is about to become engaged or someone who is looking to set a wedding date?  The processes of navigating through various wedding vendors can be a daunting task. Given the ever-growing costs of weddings, how can you make sure you can spend within in your budget? With so many vendors to choose from, how do you know you are making the right choice?

      The world of photography has changed dramatically over the last ten years. One look at any wedding planning site reveals dozens and dozens of wedding photographers all competing for your business. How do you know if you are hiring a photographer who is right for you? What matters the most when selecting a wedding photographer? How do you know what questions to ask?

      I have helped clients with weddings that have ranged from one hour long to over three days long. What I have learned is that every couple has a different plan for their wedding day. Every couple has a different idea of what they want and need for wedding photography. How can you best communicate your engagement and wedding needs to potential photographers so that you can get what you want?

      Like weddings, couples have different ideas of what an engagement experience should be. Engagement experiences now range from a simple save the date portrait session to pre-planned events with friends and family all captured by a photographer. How do you design an agreement experience that is right for you?

      To help you make smart decisions, Ken’s Portrait Photography is offering a series of free seminars to help demystify the engagement and wedding photography process. These detailed seminars are designed to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about engagement and wedding photography. I want you to walk away from the seminar with the information you need to best document and share your love story.

      Click on one of the links below to find out more information and to register for an upcoming free seminar.

      REGISTER FOR A FREE SEMINAR

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