Here are some frequently asked questions which I hope will answer any queries you may have. If there is something else you would like to know please feel free to ask.
Do you take black and white pictures? Yes, any picture taken can be converted to black and white. When the pictues are put on the online gallery a selection of what I think makes the best black and white pictures will be put there. Some pictures are taken specifically to be in black and white.
Will you meet us before the wedding? Yes I will aim to have a consultation with you about six weeks before the wedding. This makes sure I meet your expectations for the day.
What happens after the wedding? While you are sunning yourselves on your honeymoon I will editting your photos. Within four weeks they will be put on an online gallery. There you can view them, send the link to friends and family. From here you can also select which pictures will go into your album.
How many pictures will be in the album? A typical album contains about 60 pictures, this will vary depending on the layout. The album has 15 leaves (double page spreads). It is possible to more leaves for a small additional cost.
Are you insured? Yes, we have public liability, indemnity and professional indemnity insurance.
What happens if you are ill, in an accident and cannot make it to the wedding? If am not not able to make it for any unforseen circumstances I have links with a number of other professional photographers to assist. To date I have not had to call on them.
What is Reportage Photography? This is also known as documentary or photo journalism. It is a style which aims to capture moments as they happen with no posing by taking the photos in a candid and non intrusive manner i.e. as they happen. If you like this style two photographers are a must.
What is Contemporary Photography? Here the photographer will give more direction and other items such as off camera flash will be used to optimise the photographs. A good photographer will make these look as though they are reportage. I offer a mixture of both styles to give you a lovely mix of photos of your big day. There will always be a number of reportage pictures and the number of contemporary photos will be decided with you at the pre-wedding meet.