There’s this thing I have with my clients. I even hesitate to call them clients–I’d rather call them friends or “the awesome new people in my life”. Megan, of Paired, Inc. and one of my past brides, sent me a message today letting me know she reviewed Emily Weis Photography on The Knot. I went to read the review this evening and found this on my profile:
“When we signed the contract with Emily was when I first started really getting excited about our wedding. Her pictures were gorgeous, and I felt so relieved knowing she would handle everything and get beautiful shots of our day. Our engagement session was wonderful for getting to know her, and we felt so comfortable (even while shooting with whispered voices at the public library). Her ideas were always creative and fresh, and we adored that the photos felt “real”. I cannot convey what an amazing job she did at photographing us in our own style. Each of the weddings Emily does are all unique and just seem to absolutely capture the couple. I loved that our photos had a different vibe from the other weddings she has done, and felt “us.” For the service, communication, professionalism, photos and fun we got from her, we couldn’t beat the price anywhere else! We recommend her to everyone! 🙂 And a few words from my new husband for a “boy” perspective: She’s super professional and has a fast delivery. The pictures were great quality, and she’s really easy to be around. (Like, it was never awkward, like some picture-taking can be). Thank YOU, EMILY!”
Megan and her husband, JK, couldn’t have said anything sweeter. Not to mention, aren’t they adorable?
It’s these unbelievably kind comments and reviews that make this job worth it. Not that people are saying great things about me and my business, but because they’re happy. And more than that, because they’re thrilled with their photos AND the experience they’re receiving from me. To me, it wouldn’t be enough to have them love their photos. It’s not enough until they’re more than happy with their images AND the experience. That’s what this is all about.