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Finding a photographer for our wedding was pretty easy. Granted, I did a TON of searching (not lying, ask the Pilot), but that’s mostly because photography was so important to the both of us.. I just loved too many people and wished I had the unlimited resources to hire them all. At the end of the day we made a fantastic decision with the photographer we chose (and coincidentally, she recently launched her new web site and blog earlier this week and am SO proud of her).

I know many of couples out there are typically at a loss of where to even begin or how to make a decision on the photographer.  And, lets be honest, not all of us want the same thing with regards to budget and style. *Angel Chimes* Enter: SnapKnot.

So, what’s this site about?
SnapKnot allows engaged couples to search for wedding photographers to fit their location, budget and style. Plus the site is easy to navigate, and completely free to use to search and contact wedding photographers. You also have the option to find photographers who are willing to travel.

So, how is this site different than other directories?
SnapKnot is a photocentric site, which gives couples the opportunity to get an idea of a photographer’s particular style and ability before spending time and effort going to each photographer’s website, getting pricing details, etc.

If you haven’t taken the time to browse the site, give it a try. The easy search options, and clutter-free site make it a must-use in your planning process.

**SnapKnot did not pay for this feature.**

3 Comments

  1. Wow, I wish I had known about this (or it had been around) when I was looking for a photographer!

  2. What an awesome site! Thanks for sharing (although I’m a little biased b/c I still think the best way is asking your wedding planner *wink*). I’ll definitely check this out and hopefully encourage more photog friends to join!

  3. Brit,

    You left the “h” off of Hessel in her site and blog links, FYI.

    Thanks for sharing this site. It is always interesting to see which of the seemingly endless number of planning sites actually makes planning easier.

    -Ryan