It’s a highly personal business choosing a wedding photographer, which is why I always suggest an initial meeting where we can talk through your plans and put together a loose timeline for your big day. I am reportage wedding photography, that is to say I prefer to document rather than direct events. I try to only impact on your wedding day when coordinating any family group photography.
The details that go into your wedding day, the flowers, the cake, table settings are all vital in creating the perfect wedding scene, these details are super important to me too, while floating about your wedding I always pay particular attention to them.
Mr & Mrs portraits
I approach your wedding portraits in much the same fashion as I do the rest of your wedding day, relaxed and low key. I will have had a thorough recce of your wedding venue and have a clear idea of locations perfect for your portraits and will have taken onboard any ideas you may have offered. I fun little wander for the two of you with no forced posing, all beautiful and natural.
Deliver of your wedding images
After your wedding (two weeks at most) your images will be uploaded onto your personal online gallery, for viewing and sharing with guests (who can download them free of charge). You’ll also receive a complete set of high-res images on a USB stick to print from and distribute as you wish. Most weddings generate between 300 and 600 images, and every image is tweaked and optimised by me in a mix of colour and black and white.
I offer albums separately to my photography packages.
Not every couple wants to commit to an album initially (you’re getting married, that’s commitment enough for now).
I offer a range of styles and prices – linen and leather albums and coffee table books – true objects of beauty. I can show you examples when we meet, or if you prefer we can talk albums after the big day once the confetti’s settled and you’ve got time to think about it properly.