QUIZ: Wedding Workshop One: Communication, Planning, and Happy Clients | Chapter 2

1.

In the initial meeting, it is important to __________ in order to establish expectations from the get go.

2.

The best way to create a relationship with your client in the initial meeting is to:

3.

Body language and tone play a huge role in showing interest in an initial meeting.

4.

Which of the following is important to remember when communicating with your clients in the first 15 minutes of your initial meeting?

5.

In the first 15 minutes of Dane & Jessica’s initial meeting, Pye does what after he asks them about how they met?

6.

In order to transition the conversation into photography:

7.

The Moodboard helps guide the planning process by:

8.

The photographer should dictate exactly what the couple should wear in order to control all possible variables of the shoot.

9.

Giving clients a brief description of how the engagement session will flow helps ease their mind & helps them better understand the process.

10.

What is a mood board?

11.

Which of the following is one of the reasons why clients should create a moodboard?

12.

Suggest to your clients that 100% of the images they pin to their moodboard should come from your blog only.

13.

How many images should you suggest to clients to pin to their moodboard?

14.

The mood board is essentially a shot list that dictates the exact shots the couple wants.

15.

The ‘three hour rule of thumb’ refers to having three hours for couples portraits during the day of the wedding.

16.

The key point photographers should get across to the client regarding their timeline is that:

17.

The VIP list does not mean that certain people will get all the attention throughout the wedding.

18.

Photo coverage is secondary to Cinema coverage and therefore Photo does not lead & direct throughout the wedding day.

19.

The main reason why we suggest bringing the topic of Photo vs. Cinema coverage up in the initial meeting is to distinguish:

20.

Having a proficient planner will help the clients:

21.

Working with planners that you trust, in turn, helps your business. If you recommend them they are more likely to recommend you.

22.

If the client does not have the budget for a planner, recommend:

23.

If a client asks for a recommendation for a planner or coordinator, give them the best possible option, no matter the cost.

Communication!

The Initial Meeting

Prepping for the Engagement Talk Through

Engagement Shoot Prep & Communication

Prepping for the Wedding Day Talk Through

Wedding Day Preparation & Communication

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