There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re booking your wedding photographer and to help you be clearer on how we operate and answer the most obvious questions, we’ve got a helpful FAQs section. Of course, these aren’t exhaustive, so if you need any more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
I pay for any travel and overnight expenses within 100 miles of my location, but there will be an additional charge of £200 if it exceeds this distance. For all weddings abroad, I ask clients to cover the cost of my flights, accommodation and transfers.
Yes. In most cases I prefer to shoot alone to keep images and storytelling consistent and to avoid a second photographer popping up in the background of photographs. However, I understand that certain clients and situations may require a second shooter, so I have a number of very talented photographers I can call upon with an additional charge of £300 per day.
There is no definitive figure, but I will often take over 1500 photographs in one day, depending on the lighting, location and timings. For most weddings I will produce over 500 fantastic images; only deleting duplicates, pictures with poor lighting or where the subject is caught in an unflattering light.
Yes, but I like them to take a maximum of 20 minutes to minimise the amount of time they take up in your celebration. I do this by working from a pre-arranged list and roping in ushers to help gather guests more quickly.
Within 4-6 weeks of your wedding, we will put up a preview of the highlights on our Client Portal. We will then upload the full set of images to a private gallery on our website for you, your family and friends to view, and send hard copes of your images within 8 weeks of your wedding day.
It isn’t essential, but if you’re nervous about being in front of the camera on your wedding day, it can be a good introduction to the process to help you to relax on the day. It’s designed to be fun and informal and provides a good opportunity for me to learn how best to shoot you prior to the day as well.