My cousin is getting married (yay!) and they asked me to photograph the wedding. I think my exact response was, "No. Nononono. *slightly maniacal laughter* NO. But I'll help you choose a good one!" Now I'm searching through the hundreds of choices and I feel like I'm going crazy. I found one that I love, so I'll definitely recommend meeting with him. Then I found a few that look pretty good, but have a few pictures in their main portfolios with pretty major flaws (missed focus, white balance issues, haloing from sharpening, etc.) However, the majority of their pictures are excellent. And then, of course, there are little things that tend to throw up red flags. One photographer seems to only display photos shot in natural light (so do they know how to use flash?) One says they never use a second shooter. One has great candids but poor lighting in the posed shots. On top of all this, I know they're already worried about money, so I'm afraid that I might scare them off with a $5,000 photographer and they'll end up with a $500 Facebook photographer that will do a worse job than even I would have. Or maybe I'm just being too critical. I can't tell anymore. Basically, what would you look for if you were choosing a wedding photographer? What would be a deal breaker?