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101-5107 48 St, Yellowknife, NT X1A 1N5 Get directions
Yellowknife, NWT. Wedding, Maternity, Newborn and Boudoir Photography. This page is a mix of everything, I am passionate about the photos I capture. I would love to connect with y... more... See more text
222 Windsor Dr, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 4R3 Get directions
My approach to photography is photojournalism: I love to capture and document those real moments of genuine emotion: such as a bond between parent and child or the love between two... more... See more text
220 5th Ave NE, Dauphin, MB R7N 0X5 Get directions
If you are searching for a wedding photographer in the Prairie Mountain area, rely on Pederson Photographic. We specialize in capturing special moments on the biggest day of your l... more... See more text
PO Box 4, Radisson, SK S0K 3L0 Get directions
With over 14 years of experience, I first became a published photographer in 2004, with more publications since. I have done many weddings, starting as a secondary photographer, mo... more... See more text
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Photographer Canada

Whether you’re looking for a wedding photographer, a photo studio for professional portraits, or even for family or pregnancy pictures, several elements must be taken into account in your search for the right photographer in Canada.

5 Tips For Finding a Photographer in Canada

Define your Budget

Prices vary from one Canada photographer to another, depending on their experience and the services offered. So, whether you’re looking for simple photography or artistic photography, editing, etc., you really need to define the budget you’re willing to dedicate to your photos beforehand.

Start Researching Early

If you’re looking for a photographer for a specific event, such as a wedding for example, contact them as early as possible (at least 6 months prior to the event), because their fills up fairly quickly, especially in the summer time.

Browse Their Website

Every photographer or photo studio in Canada has a website which displays examples of their work. Browse their photos closely to learn more about their stylistic tendencies, and see if their work matches your expectations or the theme you’re trying to attain.

Meet with the Photographer

It’s important to meet a photographer in person, or even via video conference, before the event to ask him or her questions, and to ensure they can deliver what you’re expecting. This is also an opportunity to see if you feel comfortable with them, which is critical because you’ll be spending a lot of time together during the photo shoots.

Define What’s Included in the Price

Sometimes, photographers in Canada need to travel for events. Find out if the price includes travel and accommodation costs. Does the service include edits of the photos, or one or several photo albums? These elements can impact the price, and they need to be taken into account.

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