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What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a photographer during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The best way to set up an appointment or a consultation with a photographer near you during the COVID-19 pandemic is by conducting an online search. Start by scheduling a call with the photographer. If possible, it may be better to use a video call service so that the photographer can get an idea of the site location. Take this opportunity to discuss safety measures you can take during this time, as well as whether it’s safe to complete the project now or simply postpone it.

Does a photographer need to enter my home?

There are many situations in which a photographer does not need to enter your home. It’s not uncommon for people to prefer to have their pictures taken outdoors. If you're hiring a photographer, maintain safe distances, avoid being in the same room, sanitize all involved surfaces and conduct payment using digital platforms. You can discuss strategies as you complete your search for local photographers.

How can I find out if a photographer is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

Consult your city or state’s government websites, which typically have information on which services are deemed essential during the pandemic. 

For national information, visit CISA’s page on Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19. Here, you can find 16 different types of essential infrastructure sectors that can continue operating unimpeded during the pandemic. But some, not all, jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure.

Do photographers offer remote or virtual services?

Photography happens in person, but photographers may be able to offer other remote services safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, they may be able to offer editing and other post-processing services. 

If you see that a photographer is offering remote services in their profile, contact them and ask what those services include.

Can I use digital payments to pay for wedding and event photography services?

As digital forms of payment and money transfer are becoming more popular, wedding and event photographers are likely to use digital services. These include PayPal, Zelle, Google Pay, Venmo, Square Cash and more. As you search online for local wedding and event photographers, ask them if they accept digital payments and, if so, which ones you can use. And make sure to have a strategy in place for safe social distancing.

Reviews for Jacksonville couple photographers
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Tanya did our engagement photos and they turned out so beautifully! She really captured us as a couple and made it fun! We're excited to have her capture our wedding memories!
Catherine r.
I reached an agreement with Marcus Roberts Photography to shoot our wedding (surprise wedding, so time is tight) Dec 31, 2019 from 6pm to midnight. This agreement was for Marcus the Main photographer and an additional photographer/videographer Marcus’s words ”the second person is mainly videography the whole night”. The original videographer cancelled, and I was NOT notified, instead Marcus brought his wife to assist. She is not a trained wedding videographer. Marcus also took up 30 minutes of our secret photo shoot to set up lighting (taking couple photos before everyone arrived we agreed 6pm to 730pm was couples photos). Instead of showing up early/communicating beforehand this was going to take time… Also, his lights were cable powered. Marcus did not bring 2 power extension cords. The time I am supposed to be getting ready, I am running around looking for another power cord. I made very clear beforehand that I wanted to recreate my grandparents wedding photo. I sent him examples before hand as well as had the photo on site. (Please refer to attached photo). Marcus’s wife even reminded him several times throughout the night that I wanted all my dress in the pictures (I had a chapel train). He said, “yeah yeah I got it”. Obviously as seen in attached photos he did not. Marcus’s wife video recorded before the ceremony and the ceremony. Not filming anything afterwards(at least no videos I received). The agreement was from 6pm to midnight. Marcus states his wife left around 10:40pm, but I have no video proof after the ceremony ended, 945pmish (the latest) to state that she was there later. He even agreed that she left early. I reasonably asked Marcus Roberts Photography for a $400 refund on the $500 for the second person. I said I understand you had to hire a babysitter, so I don’t mind assisting in that, at least the ceremony was recorded. But after that you breeched the contract and did not stay and record as requested. NYE count-down was missed, the cake cutting was missed. All parts I now cannot get back from our special day. I also stated I did not get the ONE photo I asked for. He offered to come back and reshoot that for us, I explained that a bride is not a simple put on a dress and voila. He messed up the pictures and needed to also pay for the hair and makeup redo $180 total. He refused saying he was going above and beyond just to come back and reshoot a couple of photos. In total I was asking $580 refund out of the $1,700 paid. I asked a reasonable amount of money back to recreate my couple photos as he messed up, and then for the second personal, as she was not a wedding trained professional. I was happy with his action photos of the party, but nothing else. I have no acceptable family portraits and no “formal” couple portrait I can print and place on my walls, I asked 3 times to make sure he got all the faces and we offered to move the flowers hanging, Marcus stated “no no I got were good”. He refused and offered $400 then $450, but I had to sign a refund contract. I said please send over the contract for review (please review attached). He asked that I am not allowed to express “disparage” orally or via written media. If I was to spread bad word of mouth or leave a bad review I was to pay him $2,500 in damages. Also, if a friend whom I confided in b/c I was upset with his services was to post a bad review, I would owe him damages of $2,500. I politely asked him to remove this, as the refund was for breach of contract and misrepresentation of services and abilities provided. He has refused to remove this portion of the contract, so I have refused to sign it. Instagram : marcrobertsphotography
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