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The Logistics of Shooting Destination Weddings

The Logistics of Shooting Destination Weddings

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Destination wedding photography may seem like an enviable way to make a living, yet this specialty area often brings with it myriad questions, as well as unexpected challenges for photographers who have yet to work outside of a local market.

For our second story on this genre, we look beyond the romantic notion of capturing storybook pictures of your client’s event of a lifetime. Through conversations with photographers Christina Craft and Laura DeCarlo, we delve deep into the logistics, strategies, and other practical considerations that photographers should investigate before saying “I do” to this distinctive, yet vigorous wedding niche.

Above photograph © Christina Craft

A Targeted Strategy for Destination Weddings

Canadian photographer Christina Craft has been shooting weddings since graduating from photo school, in 2006. She has specialized in destination weddings since 2009.

Overview of a welcome party and rehearsal dinner at Las Capuchinas, in Antigua, Guatemala. “We're finding a lot of couples are creating a multi-day experience for their guests, whether it's a catamaran cruise, zip-lining through the jungle, a historical tour, or a welcome party to remember,” says Craft.Christina Craft

When I first started doing destination weddings, I went all over the place,” she says. “But when you’re flying internationally, especially from the West Coast, you usually have two or three connections. Coming from Canada, I have to clear customs in the United States and then in my final destination, so that always adds to the trip,” she points out.

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