How do you appreciate a wedding photographer?
Thank you so much for being our wedding photographer! It’s incredible how you captured the atmosphere of the day, you’ve really caught some beautiful images of our family & friends and the joy that everyone felt.
How do you appreciate a photographer?
How do you praise a scenery?
- Stunning capture!
- Beautiful/Dreamy photo/Beauty!
- Amazing shot/Awesome shot!
- Spectacular capture!
How would you describe a good photographer?
A good photographer must have a very keen eye for detail to ensure that all elements within the photo—the lighting, the composition, the subject, and everything else in between—work together harmoniously to convey the right vision or message.
How do you comment on a wedding photo?
Just want to say a massive thank you, you were brilliant! I love the photos, thank you so much! Just wanted to say a huge, huge thank you to you for being fantastic on our wedding day! Thanks again for the photos!
How do you say thank you in photography?
Thank you so much for taking such beautiful photographs of the best day of our lives. You captured the day perfectly and it was a pleasure to have you as part of it all. We’re so pleased with the results and the lasting memories we now have through imagery of our guests.
How do you appreciate a photographer in one word?
#1 Somehow, you found a way to capture every important moment on camera. I envy your skills and would like to thank you for doing such a great job for us! #2 You are such a talented photographer, and we were thrilled with the results of your work.
What do you write in a wedding photographer?
So the absolute essentials are:
- Both your names.
- Include your date.
- Tell them about your venue.
- Include your email address, your phone number and tell them a good time to call.
- Tell them about your wedding.
- If you are wanting bespoke, mention that.
- If you are on a budget, mention that.
How do I write a good wedding review?
Now, where to begin? Here are our top seven tips for writing wedding vendor reviews.
- Write ’em before (or after!) the wedding. …
- Think about the stars. …
- Be honest. …
- Try to work out issues before writing the review. …
- Be specific. …
- Give a shout-out.