You know what makes it difficult to compare photographers accurately so you can figure out who’s actually your best choice?
It’s that there’s so much that’s invisible you just don’t see because it’s behind the scenes.
But it’s all those unseen parts that impacts everything you do see: the photos.
My wedding clients by the way are mostly people whose careers make them pretty sharp about visual arts. A beauty editor at ELLE magazine for example. Various art directors and graphic artists. Fashion designers working for Ralph Lauren. The photo coordinator over at Victoria’s Secret. Even a proprietor of a gallery in NYC’s “art district” Chelsea area. If these people don’t know what’s good, I wouldn’t know who else would.
I’ve also had film and television actors from L.A. like Elizabeth Bogush (Beverly Hills 90210, Scrubs, Big Bang Theory) call me for their weddings. Beyond actors, movie directors like John Hamburg too (he’s the guy that wrote and directed “Meet The Parents” “Zoolander” “Along Came Polly” “Meet The Fockers”).
They’re quite a discerning crowd. Many of them work with photographers every day. And even so, I’ve needed to show them comparisons between me and other studios so they could quickly see the difference.
Here’s a Chart Of Features to help you do the same:
**G.E. Masana (portrait artist and Huffington Post contributer) As Seen In HUFFINGTON POST | MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS | THE KNOT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE | BRIDAL GUIDE | BRIDES | STYLE ME PRETTY | ELEGANT BRIDE | GRACE ORMONDE | WELLWED | TOWN&COUNTRY **