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Calling Or Contacting Your Perspective Professional Photographer In Dublin

Once you have a list of photographers then start calling! When you speak with your prospective photographer for the first time there are a few things you may want to keep in mind.

Let the photographer in Dublin know that you have seen their website and are impressed with what you have seen and you would like to ask a few questions that were not covered on the website.

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When you speak to a photographer you need to approach it as an interview. Remember, you are hiring a professional to do a job that cannot be repeated.

Professional Photographers make their living on providing photographic services and not talking over the phone.

Beware if the photographer is refusing to answer questions and wants to quickly set up an appointment.

However, if the photographer is open with you and offers you advice and questions about what you want then the photographer has already decided that you are a good match for them and will want to set up an appointment with you.

As always, if you feel comfortable then set up an appointment. Since there are more photographers than you could possibly meet in a year it is important to only set up appointments with 3-4 photographers. You may want to allocate four hours of time for each meeting.

This takes into account travel there and back and speaking with the photographer. You can see then that if you are not careful you could end up making searching for a photographer your new full-time job.