If you have any questions at all regarding the packages above or there is anything else that might not be answered below, please don't hesitate to contact me.
How do we book?
You can get in touch using the contact page on this website, or you can use my facebook business page to contact me as well. We can schedule a meeting, video chat or phone call to discuss your day in more detail. A £100 deposit is required to secure your date. Unfortunately I cannot hold a date without this deposit.
How long do group photographs / couple photographs take?
The amount of time spent on these types of photographs depends on your requirements, however I always ask for you as a couple to write down a list of people that you would like in the shots which aids a smooth transition to make sure there's no unnecessary standing around for you and your guests. Typically this lasts no more than 20-30 minutes.
How long after the wedding will we receive our photographs?
Your photographs will be delivered 4 to 5 weeks after your wedding.
Do you need feeding?
If you are able to provide me with a meal then I would be most grateful. However if it's not possible just let me know in advance and I will make sure I have food packed for the day.
Can we print the photographs?
As far as I'm concerned, the photographs are yours and you may do what you wish with them, share them on social media, order some canvases for the house, you are free to use them in any way you would like. If you would like any professional prints, this can also be arranged.
Do you edit the photographs?
All of my photographs are edited by myself, this is half of the enjoyment being a photographer.
When should we book you for our wedding?
If you think I would be a good fit for your wedding and would like me to be a part of your special day then it's best to get in touch as soon as you can. Let me know the date of your wedding and I will reply within 24 hours to let you know if I am available.
Can our family and friends take photographs too?
This is entirely up to you if you want to enforce that at your own wedding. I have no problems with family and friends taking photographs at all. As a photographer I understand the joy of taking your own pictures and would never want to take that away from anyone. My recommendation is to have the officiant ask for no pictures during the ceremony so everyone remains in the moment and the photographer can concentrate on getting those beautiful shots of you both.