Yes, I regularly shoot weddings in London & the rest of the UK as well as a few weddings outside the UK each year, mostly in Italy.
From a full days coverage of eight hours I will generally deliver 400 or more. I don’t put a exact number on it so I can deliver all the best photos from your wedding day whether it’s 400, 450 or 500 or very occasionally more. I always give you all the best shots from your special day, once I’ve taken out the blinks & the blurs.
Yes, I actually think they can be quite important. If you don’t want to do any, then of course that’s fine, but the best thing to do is for us to have a chat about them at your pre wedding meeting so we fit them in with your timings & make sure they work with my documentary coverage of your day. I like to do them quickly & smoothly, so you can get back to your guests. I bring a few copies of the group shot list we’ve agreed to your wedding day & often hand one to an usher or bridesmaid so they can get the next group ready for me. That way we can get through the groups in a fun & efficient way with everyone enjoying them.
Yes, of course, once you receive your photos you are welcome to use them as you wish for any personal use including printing, social media etc etc.
All you need to do is contact me telling me you’d like to book & I will send you an email explaining how to. I need a £400 booking fee which is deducted from your balance 30 days before your wedding.
Definitely, if I haven’t met you before you book then I will meet you before your day. About a month before your wedding I like to meet up, or if we’ve met already we can Skype or FaceTime if that is more convenient. We go through your timings & discuss your day from start to finish. I get a lot of couples saying that meeting is when they start getting excited because it’s the first time they can see how their day will come together.
Unfortunately I can’t, though I will immediately let you know if someone else enquires about your date.
No, video is a very different medium shot in a very different way….I can however recommend a couple of excellent videographers you might like to consider.
Not technically a question, but something I come across a lot. It’s a completely reasonable thing to feel, after all it’s being photographed that’s unnatural not hating to be photographed! I shoot in a very easygoing way & often have couples saying how much they enjoyed having me around even though they hate being photographed. Even if I am taking some shots of just the two of you I like to do it in a way that makes you feel totally comfortable, I never get you doing anything that would make you feel stupid…..that way you enjoy it & it shows in your photographs!