FAQ

 

FAQ for your local wedding photographerI am the sole photographer and am responsible for all the photography on the day. I will also discuss your wishes at the initial meeting and  during the included free practice session to help work with you through the day. I am used to working with a vast range of people and ages.

Travel?


I’m happy to travel, and have covered weddings and other commissions all over the UK and I work out a nominal cost based on the location.

How many images do you take?


I take numerous shots, which after a rigorous editing process gives me more choice in producing a final selection of 200-400 images or more. The exact number will depend on weather, number of guests, attendance time etc.

Is VAT extra?


VAT is not added to prices and I avoid hidden extras.

Are you a member of a Professional organisation?

I have been a member of the National Union of Journalists for 20 years.

Are you insured?

Yes, I have  full professional indemnity and public liability cover and I carry spare equipment.

Digital?

I’ve been working digitally for over 8 years and enjoy its flexibility. I can retouch and produce black and white and sepia prints as an option. All prints are produced on traditional photographic paper, not inkjet. Images are individually balanced for colour, density and contrast. I work closely with a professional photography lab for consistently high quality photographic printing. I use Canon pro cameras, the best lenses available and I carry a set of studio flashlights in the car, in case the weather is poor.

Do you do group pictures?

Yes, and as quickly as possible so it doesn’t take you away from your fun. Photographs of immediate family shots should be completed in just twenty minutes.

Do you provide albums / frame photos?

A range of story books and albums is available and a favoured local framer www.theblueduckgallery.co.uk can give you a wide range of options and styles.

Can we have our photos on the web?

Yes – and your family and guests can buy from the secure website.
 Every wedding has a unique code so only you and your family and friends can see them.