faQ - the lowdown!
WE WOULD LOVE TO BOOK YOU. WHAT'S NEXT?
To enquire about a booking please contact me via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on +44 (0) 7516301507. Bookings are especially busy during spring and summer but don't hesitate to get in touch at short notice, your date might still be available.
To secure the date I ask for a £500 booking fee. The remaining balance will be billed to you one month before the wedding.
WOULD YOU MIND TRAVELING TO COVER OUR WEDDING?
I photograph weddings all over the UK and Europe. So travelling to capture your special day is no problemo! To be able to see different places while shooting weddings is a dream come true. Contact me for more information on pricing for destination weddings.
* Travel within 35 miles of Glasgow or Thirsk is included within any package. Bookings further afield are subject to an additional charge to cover the cost of petrol to and from the venue. Don't hesitate to ask about these charges when enquiring.
WHEN DO WE GET THE PHOTOS DELIVERED?
The photos are usually delivered 4-6 weeks after the wedding.
HOW MANY PHOTOS DO WE GET?
It all depends on the different packages and how much time we get together. I deliver between 250-450+ photos, all subject to the option you prefer. I will always edit and send over more pictures if I feel they will add to the story of your day.
WHAT ABOUT COUPLE PORTRAITS ON THE DAY?
It's always nice to get some special shots of you both on the day of your wedding. But don't worry, I won't drag you away for too long (I don't want to deprive you of those canapés!) and certainly won't make you do anything cheesy or posed! All I'm interested in is capturing you both, together, just married, happy and excited!
DO YOU TAKE FORMAL FAMILY PHOTOS?
I understand that formal photos are important to a lot of couples and although I do capture them if required, I suggest keeping them to a maximum of 10 variations so I can concentrate on getting those moments that aren’t staged – these will be the images you appreciate the most in the end!