Last but not least, there's the price. Landman always pushes couples to make a budget, but Margaret and Ted admit they don't have one. She suggests that when they have one, they should calculate about 10 percent for the photographer. Prices for wedding photographs can vary widely, so Landman suggests focusing on the end product. "When the wedding is over, what do you want to see?" she asks. If you want a beautiful album with many prints created by the photographer, you're looking at $1,000 bare minimum per album. But if you're a motivated, crafty kind of person who will edit images yourself and create your own album, you might be able to cut costs by just getting a DVD from the photographer. Just remember that if you think you'll change your mind and want an album later, it's better to order it up front, since you're likely to get a better deal.