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Wedding Photography – A Warning to Couples

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 5th, 2011 in Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

  Came across an interesting thread on Boards.ie. It basically warns couples about using a friend or booking a wedding photographer based on price, etc. We have a simple post to assist you in preparing to make your selection and you will find other interesting articles relating to wedding photography and weddings in general here. If you have any questions regarding wedding photography just ask and we will try and get ...

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How much does wedding photography cost?

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 26th, 2011 in The IPWS Blog | Wedding Photography in Ireland | Working with Photographers | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | 3 Comments

  So you are putting your budgets together and you want to get a ball park of how much a Wedding photographer will charge? Lets assume you are an average bride , looking to capture your wedding in a professional fashion, get the images in an album and the be able to order a couple of framed prints etc afterwards if you wish. As a ballpark you should realistically expect to pay ...

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Insurance for Photographers

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 23rd, 2011 in The IPWS Blog | Working with Photographers by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Before you commit to hiring a photographer it is wise to confirm their insurance status. This shouldn't be a big deal but it is worth doing. Remember having insurance is no reason to hire a photographer and having no insurance is a reason not to hire one. Other points to consider are outlined in our leaflet Points to consider when hiring a photographer.

Wedding photographers – the new breed

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 22nd, 2011 in The IPWS Blog | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Recognise them - their big into being friends with the wedding couple, they work well with all wedding vendors - especially the videographer, their passionate about wedding photography, portraiture, photographing infants, pets, fashion, bands, - in fact it's important that they find their niche...... Check them out for yourself and oh yeah - make sure you buy their photoshop actions.... To find some really cool Irish wedding photographers start your search

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Wedding Fairs in Ireland

Posted on Friday, Jan 14th, 2011 in Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

So you are getting married and busy planning your wedding. Well here at photographers.ie we want to assist as many people as we can. Wedding Fairs are great places to meet and chat with wedding suppliers - including but not exclusively photographers - although any photographer would be happy to set up a private meeting with potential couples who wish to discuss their requirements in detail. Because of this we have put ...

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Getting Married in Ireland

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 26th, 2010 in Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

There is a new Facebook page to assist couples Getting Married in Ireland. Check it out for news and use it as a place to exchange information with other couples - all on Facebook.

Real Wedding Photography

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 26th, 2010 in Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Are you a bride looking for some inspiration  for your wedding photography. Maybe you want to look at work actually produced at a wedding and not on some editorial shoot where the photographer has time, no pressure and a back up team helping them produce every photograph. At photographers.ie we never cease to marvel at the fantastic work produced by Irish wedding photographers and are only to delighted to ...

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Tom Lawlor – wedding tips

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 24th, 2010 in The IPWS Blog | Wedding Photography in Ireland | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Here is another in our series of leading photographers giving tips to brides - this time it is Tom Lawlor. Tom is an acclaimed Irish photographer and broadcaster who works out of the Red Stable, St Annes Park in Raheny, Dublin.

Tips for Brides: Part Two

Posted on Monday, Jul 19th, 2010 in The IPWS Blog | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Here is the second in our series of quick tips for brides by leading Irish photographers. It is from South Dublin based photographer Cliff Colreavy.

Tips for Brides: Part 1 – Get me to the Church on Time

Posted on Thursday, Jul 15th, 2010 in The IPWS Blog | Wedding Photography in Ireland | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

In this short clip Dominic Lee, of Priory Weddings, talks about reasons a bride might be unacceptably late for her wedding ceremony. Dominic has been photographing weddings for many years and is based in Stillorgan, South Dublin. Look out for more tips from Dominic and other professional photographers around Ireland on photographers.ie

Getting Married – Choosing your date

Posted on Friday, Jun 18th, 2010 in The IPWS Blog | Your Wedding by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

With all the sport on the television at the moment I began to think about the importance of choosing a wedding date carefully. If it is avoidable it is best not to go up against a Cup Final, Grand National or Big Boxing Bout. So here's an idea - guys are (in general) more into sport than ladies - so why not delegate the checking of sporting events to the Groom ...

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Finding a Photographer

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 3rd, 2010 in Working with Photographers | Add Comment

The Irish Photographers Website has been putting professional photographers in Ireland together with clients since 2003 and we do everything in our power to make it easy for you to find the perfect photographer for your requirements. Finding the right photographer is a simple three step process: 1. Find photographers: There are several ways you can use the site to find photographers: You can browse through photographers by category or by county You can ...

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Hiring a wedding photographer in Ireland.

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2009 in The IPWS Blog | Working with Photographers by Alan Murphy | 3 Comments

Here is a summary of points to consider when setting out to hire a photographer to cover your big event. Photography is a creative process and not all professional photographers want to join associations or be judged by awards. You may be better served by a small professional operation than an international, award winning (and expensive) operation; the important thing is that you have the choice and know all the alternatives. There are ...

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