QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
How do I book you?
Get in touch! We'll get together and chat about your wedding day. To separate the date I require a signed contract and deposit. From then on, we'll stay in touch leading up to the big day and meet again a few weeks before the wedding to confirm all of the details.
How much is the deposit? And when is the full balance due?
Deposits start at £300 depending on which package you book. The remainder of the balance is due by the wedding date.
Will you travel for my wedding? Will it cost me extra?
I am based in Richmond, London, but I will photograph your wedding wherever it is. I have photographed weddings in the UK, USA, Puerto Rico and am looking forward to my first wedding in Germany next year! Travel within England is covered, although I do ask you to cover accommodation if it is needed. If you're getting married elsewhere in Europe I'd love to speak to you!
How would you describe your style?
I take a documentary style approach and photograph by being as unobtrusive as possible. I'll never pose a shot unless you or someone asks me to, and I want to photograph all of the little moments that you, your family and friends will experiencing. No clichés or set up shots, just you, as you are. All the emotions. When it is time to take a few photos of just the two of you, I'll be giving you minimal direction. More than anything, I love the in-between moments that happen so although I might give you some direction, I never want you to feel like you have to stay still when my camera is up.
Will you still take formal photos of us and our families?
I know just how important family formals are, and I am more than happy to take these for you too! I have taken them at every wedding I have photographed. We would work together on a list of the ones you want to take and designate someone to help with rounding up the necessary people on the day.
How do you organize yourself in anticipation of my wedding day?
After you've booked me, we will schedule another pre-wedding consultation a few weeks before the wedding day; here we can confirm all the details. Together we will determine a timeline for the day so that everything flows as smoothly as possible.
What happens after you've photographed my wedding?
I will send your edited photos to you no later than 4-6 weeks after the wedding day (this depends mostly on what time of the year you're getting married). You will receive these on a physical USB and via an online gallery where you will be able to download them and share them with family and friends. Part of my job as a wedding photographer is to curate your story and deliver you the photos that represent your day as best as possible. This means getting rid of all the blurry and out of focus ones.
How many photos do I get?
Depending on how long I am there, you will receive at least 300 photos for 8 hours, 375 for 10 hours and 500 for a full day of 14 hours. I will never limit the amount of photos you receive, so If I take 600 amazing photos in a full day, you will get all 600.
What does "edited" mean?
I will spend time working with each single photo I deliver in order to make sure that it is up to the standards of the work displayed on my website. Each photo will be edited to enhance color, contrast and tone.
Do you deliver black and white images?
Although I love colour, I sometimes deliver a few images in black and white if it enhances the emotion of the image. I'll never make an image black and white just for the sake of it being in black and white.
Do you sell prints and albums?
You can conveniently order prints for an additional cost through the online gallery where you receive your images. I also offer fine-art, leather-bound albums that are hand-made in the UK. If you decide to order an album we'd work together on choosing the photos that matter the most to you. I'll send you the album design so you can revise it and tell me whether there is anything you'd like changed. We continue this process until you are 100% happy with the layout and then it is sent to the printers and delivered to you.
Do you do engagement photoshoots?
Yes. I think that engagement photoshoots are a great way for us to get to know each other better and for you to become more comfortable with being in front of the camera. You can see some recent engagement shoots on my blog.
What equipment do you use?
I photograph with two Nikon D750s and a variety of lenses to make sure I can capture your day from various perspectives. I have two external flashes which I use once the sun has set. Each camera holds two memory cards, so your photos
If you have any other questions please contact me - I'd be more than happy to answer them.