The decision of whether you need a second photographer at your wedding depends on a number of factors, including personal preference. A second photographer is a popular option because it provides more photographic coverage of your wedding, and also helps to provide a different perspective on your day. An example of this is during your ceremony, [...]
You certainly can! I love to see the images that inspire you & I'm happy to see how we can incorporate a certain style or specific pose into your wedding photography, if it is possible on the day. I don't guarantee to copy them all as, apart from anything else I assume that you will [...]
Of course it is - it's your wedding and it's important to me that you are happy with your photos after your wedding. Most couples choose to have between 5-10 formal group photos of their family and friends as they consider them to be an important record of their day and their family. We discuss [...]
As a rule I generally provide between 350 - 550 photos for each wedding I photograph. This is only a general guide though, as the number of photos provided depends on a variety of different things. The size of your wedding, whether you have booked 1 photographer or 2, the number of venues used throughout the [...]
The short answer is no, but please, let me explain why not before you get too worried! A wedding is a very fast paced, and action filled day, and this is very different from the more controlled environment of a portrait shoot such as your engagement shoot. As a result I am likely to take [...]
No, when you receive your photo files they will all be watermark free. I do sometimes put a small watermark on any photos that I share as a sneak peak on facebook, and I ask that you do not crop these out, as this is one way I can advertise my services through the wonders [...]
You certainly may. If you want all of your images converted to black & white as well as colour, just let me know. I used to provide this as a standard part of my service, but feedback from my couples was that they preferred me to just select a handful of key images into black [...]
Yes you can! All photos are provided in both high and low resolution file sizes, so that you can print large from the high resolution files, and can use the low resolution files to share your wedding photos on facebook or other social media if you wish.