There are two common styles of photography. Classic wedding portraiture uses posed shots of individuals or groupings in which lighting is controlled and modified to soften coloring or create a dramatic effect. Photojournalistic photography is an unrehearsed recording of the day. The photojournalist moves in for a shot and moves out again unobtrusively. People are unaware of the camera and the natural look shows things exactly as they happen.
Start interviewing photographers early. Line up prospects and make appointments to see actual samples of each photographer's work. Look for sharp, clean images that are technically superior and show genuine emotions and relationships between subjects.
Maggie takes the time to get to know you, what kind of images you're looking for, and spending time with your children to ensure they are comfortable with her and her camera. Maggie's goal is for your session to be fun and enjoyed by everyone, that not only will your images be a special memory, but so will you session.