What is the Danger Zone, Duncan?
Why do we have to be careful?
What should I look out for?
1. Is the photographer full time? Try calling at different times of day. Is there only a mobile number?
4. Is the material they send you professional, if you get a letter and price list, folded in 3 and stuck in a small envelope with a second class stamp on it, what does that tell you?
5. Ask them what systems they have in place should anything go wrong with their equipment on the day, or with the images on the memory cards/computer.
If you are satisfied with their answers and you get along with them, part with your booking fee and make sure you get a written receipt!
There is an Easy Way: