Approximately 8 hours of coverage.
A pre-wedding/engagement photoshoot.
A small set of web-size images provided within a couple of days of the wedding, to share with friends, family or on social media.
All finished photos provided digitally within 4 weeks. This includes high resolution and web size JPEGS.
Travel within 20 miles is included.
Before the wedding:
After an initial chat to see whether you think my style is a good fit for you, the first thing we usually do is a pre-wedding photoshoot. I include these because it gives us an opportunity to get comfortable around one another before your wedding, and should help you feel more relaxed about being on camera by the time your day arrives!
In the lead up to the wedding we will touch in again to discuss the schedule for your wedding day, including timings for any couple's photos or group photos you may want to take.
On the day:
We'll have a conversation in advance about when you want me to arrive, but for the majority of full day weddings I tend to arrive early to photograph some of the preparations - whether that's one or both of you getting ready! Usually, I'll then head to the ceremony venue, ready to capture all the nervousness and excitement as you and your guests arrive! From that point on I'll be photographing right through the ceremony and beyond into everything you have planned for the rest of your day. This usually involves group photos, plus time away from your guests to capture some photos just of the two of you. When we're not doing posed or planned photographs, I tend to blend into the background and capture very unobtrusive photos of you and your guests enjoying yourselves!
After the wedding:
Immediately after your wedding I produce what I like to call a 'First Look'. This includes 15-20 web-size images edited and emailed over to you within a day or two of the wedding, so you have some photos to share with friends and family, or on social media. I aim to finish editing the full set of images within 30 days, and once they are done I will send all the photos as both high resolution and web-size JPEGS over to you via WeTransfer.