FAQs

HOW FAR DO YOU TRAVEL?

I shoot weddings all over the south of England, mainly in Bedfordshire, Kent, Hertfordshire and Essex. I am happy to shoot elsewhere but would charge for an overnight stay and travelling expenses.

WHAT TIME DO YOU START SHOOTING

I start when you do in the morning. I like to cover as much of the day as possible, from the bride getting ready to the first dance. Sometimes the schedule of the day is disrupted and plans have to be altered, I am not a ‘clockwatcher’ and will adapt my plans accordingly.

WHAT SIZE OF PRINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?

You can order 20 prints in any combination of the following sizes:
10×8 / 8×6 / 7×5 / 6×4

WHEN CAN I SEE THE PICTURES?

I like to prepare the photographs as quickly as possible after the day. Normally the online gallery is ready a few days after the event. I will always pre-warn you if this is not going to be possible.

WHO CHOOSES THE PICTURES FOR THE ALBUM?

You can either leave the initial choice to me to create a layout as a starting point and then make appropriate changes, or you can supply a list of your favourite shots.

CAN WE HAVE THE IMAGES AFTERWARD AND ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS?

Yes. I supply all the retouched images on a CD as both High resolution, for you to print from, and low resolution for social media use. There are no copyright issues.

WHY WOULD I PAY FOR A SECOND PHOTOGRAPHER?

There is no doubt that it is an extra expense but it can be useful when you want photographs to be shot in two places at any one time. However, I am quite happy to shoot a wedding on my own.

DO YOU SHOOT FORMAL GROUPS?

Yes. We have a pre arranged list of all the family and group shots which helps to speed through the session before people’s attention starts to wander.

WHAT CAMERA DO YOU USE? AND WHAT HAPPENS IF IT BREAKS?

I use professional Canon EOS cameras. They are regularly serviced and calibrated and I always carry two bodies in case one breaks down. It hasn’t happened yet!

WHAT IF YOU’RE ILL?

I’ve never missed a shoot in over 25 years of working! However, should something drastic happen then I will either arrange for a colleague to cover the day or you can phone The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers, of which I am a member.

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