This is why wedding photographers who already accept Bitcoin for their services are particularly desired. Here is a round-up featuring a few of them:
Mehta Weddings Studio
Amber and Arpit Mehta are a married couple who say they have great appreciation for everything that comes together the day of a wedding:
“You will always have things pulling you away the day of your wedding, and your photographers should be able to capture your special moments without adding to the complexities of the day.”
Today they are internationally accomplished wedding and editorial photographers who have also greatly recognized benefits of new digital currency:
“At Mehta Weddings, we like to stay on the cutting edge. With digital currencies becoming a viable means of trade, we would like to extend you the option of paying for your wedding photography with Bitcoin. Please ask us about this payment option during your wedding consultation. We are currently offering a 10% discount for all Bitcoin payments.”
At Mehta Weddings Studio customers can choose wedding photos packages with prices starting at 2BTC. The studio is based in Costa Mesa, Southern California.
Karl Baker Photography
Karl Baker is a wedding photographer in South Wales, UK. He has also photographed weddings in Bristol, Cheltenham, London, Belgium and France, and says that he is available for wedding photography bookings anywhere.
At the close of 2013 Baker announced that he’s ready to accept digital currency and may offer a special 10% discount to any bride that books using Bitcoin as a payment method.
“I have always focused on providing flexibility and innovative services for my clients. So it makes sense that I would offer Bitcoin as another way to pay,” said Baker.
Baker himself started investing in Bitcoin in 2011. Moreover, he became one of the first photographers in UK recognizing Bitcoin as a future method of international payments:
“Many people find Bitcoin somewhat confusing. Quite simply, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer online financial network that people use to send payments from one person to another. It is also a digital currency (also called Bitcoin) which works just like cash. I truly believe in the potential of Bitcoin and encourage anyone looking for wedding photography in Wales or anywhere in the UK to give it a try with Karl Baker photography,” he said.
Family Photos from Sarah Kopinski
Family Photos is a young couple of photographers from Gananoque, Ontario, who specialize in weddings, engagement, maternity, baby and family photography. Last week, they announced that they are now accepting Bitcoin and Dogecoin for wedding photography and other photo sessions:
“We have a strong passion for photography and want to capture all your intimate and fun moments. We pride ourselves in our work but also love having a great time while capturing the moments you will cherish forever.”
Studio Memories Wedding Photography
David Hwang is a professional photographer based in Santa Clara, CA. He has more than thirty years of experience who takes weddings, engagement and family photos.
“Memories waver, and a pencil fades; when the excitement and laughter recede into ringing echoes from afar, your most cherished memories will be lost in the fog of time. Photographs, however, are eternal," says their portfolio.
Today, if you choose Studio Memories to take your wedding photos you can pay with Bitcoin for their services.
One of the guarantees you get at Studio Memories is that your wedding won’t end up being photographed by subcontracted workers. This, according to the studio, ensures the quality of the photos.
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