Frequently Asked Questions – What do I receive?

Do I need to pay you before the big day?

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Yes. I charge a standard booking fee of £275 (non-refundable) booking fee at the time of booking. The fee secures your wedding date and pays for your administration costs. The remainder of the balance is to be paid in full, 4 weeks (28 days) before the wedding date. I accept a variety of payment [...]

How big are the digital copies?

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I supply the Hi-Res files as long edge 3600px @ 300ppi with no watermarks and do not restrict what you can do with the files. You can copy, print and share as you like. You can order additional prints and other printed products direct from your online gallery via professional printers. You are also [...]

How long is it before I get my photographs?

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My ethos is to make every photograph the best it can be, by checking and editing every photograph for quality and therefore not to be rushed. so, it can take 8-12 weeks from the wedding day before being available for online viewing; and it should also be noted that the processing time may also [...]

How are the photographs delivered?

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As I don’t offer a ‘standard package’ like many other photographers, I’m not restricted to how you receive your photographs. I include whatever you would like in your custom collection. Primarily you will have access to a password protected online gallery where you can download all your photographs to your computer at no extra [...]

Can I decide what pictures go into my album?

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Yes of course. It’s your album and it needs to be perfect for you. I discuss your ‘must have’ photographs during the consultation and pre-wedding shoot and make those my priority on the day. I do sometimes find that some clients can struggle when it comes to choosing the photos for their album. So, [...]

Do you take traditional group shots?

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Yes; I always recommend doing a few even if you are going for a pure documentary style. It’s best to keep group list to a minimum (I recommend no more than around 8-10, however it is up to you on the day), a large list can eat into time and creativity; and while I [...]