You have booked your wedding, spent months planning it all to the finest detail, enjoyed your special day, and then you want to look at your photographs to bring back those wonderful memories.
Here is some information on what to expect from me:
An optional pre-wedding shoot at a location that means something to you, either indoors or outdoors.
This will be a relaxed opportunity for you to get used to being in front of the camera before your wedding. It will also be an opportunity for me to get to know you better, your likes and dislikes.
Images will be supplied by digital transfer.
Ideally, the pre-wedding shoot should be at least a month before the wedding.
At least a month before the wedding, we will meet to talk through your vision for your wedding and your requirements for your photographs, for example: types of photos, timings for the photos, who to include in group photos, any special requests, and identify key people on the day to help co-ordinate guests for the photos.
I will take a mix of natural un-posed photos and some more formal posed photos as agreed at the pre-wedding meeting.
I can start with the Bride/Groom’s wedding preparations, and will aim to complete the majority of photos before the wedding breakfast.
If required, I will stay into the evening to capture the first dance and some informal photos when the party is in full swing.
This is also an ideal time to pinch ten to twenty minutes maximum for some romantic evening shots of the happy couple.
I will provide professionally edited photo samples via digital transfer within 4 weeks of the wedding date, so that you can choose your favourites.
Your final selected photos will be provided in both High Resolution files and smaller Internet-ready files on a USB stick in a personalised presentation box.
If required, prints and albums can be provided through a specialist supplier, these will need to be ordered separately and payment made with the order.
During the Coronovirus lockdown, I decided to undertake a survey to see how weddings may have changed over the years. Whilst it was just for fun, the results were quite interesting. Check out the results using the attached link: