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How to prepare for a pre-wedding photoshoot in Alicante

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! To prepare for a pre-wedding photoshoot in Alicante, it is important to research ahead of time.

Below I’ve prepared my top 10 tips for booking a pre-wedding photoshoot. These tips will help you book an English-speaking photographer in Alicante, Spain. I hope they help! Good luck with your search.

Alicante Engagement Photographer
  1. Research photographers in the Alicante area who speak English. Check out their portfolios and reviews to understand their style and expertise. Does their style match your vision? Check out my galleries here.
  2. Search Google for an English-speaking photographer who is familiar with Alicante. You’ll want your photographer to know all the best spots so you can have a relaxed experience and turn up and enjoy the moment with your other half.
  3. Consider the time of year you’d like to have your photoshoot. The climate is excellent in Alicante, but if you book a photo shoot in the summer, you’ll want to start early in the day or late at night. If you want a photo shoot in January or February, it might be chillier than you expect.
  4. Book early to ensure you get the date and time you want. Many photographers get booked up months in advance. I recommend at least 2-3 months in advance or as soon as you know your travel dates. You can check out my calendar here.
  5. Ask if the photographer has any special packages for pre-wedding engagement photoshoots, including prints and albums sent to your home. This is important if you want your memories to not just be on your iCloud!
  6. Bring a few props or outfits you’d like to use during the photoshoot. This can help to create unique, memorable photos. I recommend booking at least a 2-hour photoshoot if you want to change outfits. Any less, and you’ll feel rushed.
  7. Get to know your photographer and make sure you’re comfortable with them. They should be able to help you feel relaxed and confident in front of the camera. Can you book a pre-photoshoot consultation online? Or even better, can you meet up with them for a coffee?
  8. Check out the photographer’s Instagram, website and also google reviews. You’ll better understand who the photographer is by checking these three things.
  9. Have fun! Don’t take yourself too seriously, and enjoy the experience. After all, your photos should capture the excitement and joy of your special day.

With the proper preparation, your pre-wedding engagement photoshoot in Alicante will succeed! Good luck! 🙂

Feb 2, 2023

Hannah Hutchins

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