Frequently Asked Questions
It’s always best to secure your wedding date as early as possible to avoid disappointment. I take booking up to 3 years in a advance, so if you want me to photograph your wedding don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Get in touch and once I have checked that I’m available for your wedding date, we will arrange to meet up to discuss your wedding plans in more detail. To finalise the booking I will then send you a contract along with a request for an initial deposit payment of £200
My style of photography is natural and creative. I shoot in an unobtrusive manor, capturing the day’s candid moments as they happen. I do, however, believe that including some formal shots is important, but this really is the decision of each couple. I would normally recommend limiting set group shots to no more than 10, so that we can do these as quickly as possible to allow you to enjoy your day.
There is no limit to the amount of shots I would take on your wedding day, but I would estimate to provide you with a *minimum of 300 images of what I believe to be the best representation of your day. Quality over quantity really is the best option.
I take great care in the post production work on your photographs so I aim to provide the final images 4-6 weeks after your wedding date.The images will then be available for you to view via the secure online client access area of the website. You will be provided with a unique password to allow you access to the gallery, which you can also pass on to friends and family if you wish.
The images will also then be sent to you on a presentation USB.
I will ask you to choose the images that you would like to be included by selecting individual photos in the client area of my website. I will design your album with your selection, to tell the story of your day. I will then email you with a proof of the album design for you to approve. Once you are happy I will send the album to be professionally printed with your choice of cover and personalised text.