Frequently Asked Questions
Q – Your pricing is a little out of our budget, can you give us a discount?
A – Weddings can be costly, I totally understand that. You spend ages planning every detail of your special day, and then before you know it, you’ll say “wow, our whole wedding went by so quickly!”.
I truly believe that most people would regret it if you didn’t make a small investment in what will essentially help keep your memories alive from your special day for the rest of your lives. I would recommend asking your wedding guests for a financial contribution to your wedding photography. My pricing reflects more than a decade of hard work invested in refining my photography and editing skills, financial investment in top quality photographic equipment, researching suitable portrait locations unique to your specific wedding venue, my undivided attention through my lens during your wedding, hours of sorting through often thousands of photos, selecting the best ones that I will then individually edit, and finally delivering these to you on a USB key presented in a beautifully handmade keepsake box.
Q – What if it rains during our wedding?
A – I’ll make sure to do a little sun dance first thing in the morning, but if this doesn’t work I always bring along some white umbrellas to shield us from the rain. I will also scout the location beforehand in order to pick out some good spots indoors or outdoors for portraits, regardless of the weather.
Q – How quickly will we receive the photos after the wedding?
A – Depending on how many hours of coverage you have booked me for, it will usually take between 4-6 weeks. Post processing and organising such a large number of photos takes time and I want you to love every single photo that I deliver, which is why I develop them all individually in either colour or monochrome for a distinct feel.
Q – Should we offer you anything to eat at the wedding?
A – If you have booked me for the whole day, yes please! Even photographers need to eat, especially in order to stay energised and focused for a full day of shooting. I usually take a little break and don’t photograph too much during the actual meal (not many people like seeing photos of themselves stuffing their face with cake anyway…!)