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Destination Wedding Photographer: Answers to the Most Common Questions and helpful tips

Having a destination wedding at a romantic location can be the stuff that dreams are made of, but it can also add some complexities compared to the standard at home wedding. Booking your destination wedding photographer is going to be one of the most important decisions you make for your wedding day. After all, the decision cannot be changed after the fact.

With over 15 years of experience of traveling for professional photo and video production, we can honestly say that we are seasoned vets. Our team has traveled all over the globe, and we've seen quite a bit, so we will try to address all the questions you could have when booking your destination wedding photographer.

Will you really travel to where my wedding will be located?

Yes, absolutely.

But what if it's somewhere really far, like out of the country far?

We travel EVERYWHERE. We take any chance to visit a new place.

Why should I fly out a photographer vs going with someone local?

The most important thing about choosing your destination wedding photographer is finding someone whose style you LOVE. You need to make sure you pick the right photographer for you. You will be spending a large portion of your wedding day working closely with your photographers. Feeling comfortable and excited about having them at your wedding is more important than you might think. Finding the right photographer that fits your style may take time, but it takes out all the guesswork and ensures you will receive the photos of your dreams!

What are the costs?

At Cordero Productions, we don't believe in one size fits all packages, especially when it comes to the uniqueness of destination weddings. We create custom destination packages that include all of our photography and videography services. Developing the right package for you depends on the needs for your wedding day. With everything figured out ahead of time, there are no surprise costs afterward.


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