I mix reportage style with more considered photography. We will have a proper discussion about what exactly you would like to achieve. Your big day happens only once!
Photographers automatically retain the rights to the images and with agreement for use in marketing, promotional materials, website and social media.
I will grant you a lifetime usage license for your digital files, which is actually what you need.
It is very important to meet up to discuss your ideas/expectations in detail so that I can also let you know what will be possible. It doesn’t have to be at the venue, it could be at a local café or any other location we agree on during our initial chat on the phone. The meeting will also give you a chance to get to know me a bit better and discuss the details (e.g. a back-up plan in case it rains - fingers crossed it doesn’t, but you never know!). Once everything has been discussed and agreed you can be sure that I will take over the ‘making it happen’ part on the day.
The simple answer is: yes, you will. I ask every couple to think about how many family/friends photos they want to have and the list is agreed prior to the wedding day. I will be able to advise you how much time we would need for the family/friends shoot and at what time of the day we can take them.
A non-refundable booking fee of £250 is required when the agreement is signed. The balance is due 28 days before the wedding day.
I personally go through all photos and edit them accordingly. It takes up to 4 weeks to prepare your online gallery that you can share with your family and friends.
Your wedding album is a very important record of your special day. It is crucial that it is perfect, as you won’t be able to change it later. That’s why I send the proof to you before printing, and you can approve the design or let me know if changes need to be made.
Yes, I am.
I live in Woking, Surrey but I am happy to travel across the UK or even abroad. My wedding packages include the travel within 50 miles of GU24.
Yes, for any coverage longer than 6 hours, I request a hot meal. I usually take my break around the time when Bride and Groom are eating. I don’t tend to photograph people during their meal and this is a good time for me, to recharge my batteries for the rest of the day.