by Brett Florens Published 01/10/2016
In the past decade or so, there has been a remarkable increase in the amount of destination wedding photography work available.
In my opinion, there are a few factors contributing to this increase. Global travel in general has been on the increase for a number of decades - in 1980, it was estimated that 227 million people crossed international borders on airplanes, by the end of 2015, that figure reached 1.2 billion people. Clients getting married abroad are able to search online for their dream destination, and are able to browse for the proposed wedding packages at these destinations at the mere click of a button. In the same manner, they are able to search for service providers who really resonate with them, whether these are photographers, florists or DJs. There are still vendors who are not willing to travel; however, more and more realise what a golden opportunity this is and are making 'Destination Weddings' a specialty.
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