Wedding photography FAQs regarding my wedding photography service.

Start time of Wedding Photography?

Generally I arrive at the bride’s home an hour and half before the service; this can be extended should you wish.

Number of wedding photographs taken on the day?

There is no limit on the number taken.

Do you have insurance?

Yes, Public liability and professional indemnity.

What Cameras are used?

All wedding photographs are taken on high quality professional canon camera equipment, my preferred cameras are 2 x EOS5D mark 3, 1 x Eos7d Mark 2 , all cameras are capable or producing stunning images as well as working in very low light, a must for all wedding photographers in the UK. Mainly use fixed lenses (or primes) during the course of the day and also another back-up Canon camera and lenses during the day. All my cameras have duel card slots, which backs up your wedding photographs as and when I take them

With the images on USB can we get our own prints done?

Yes as the images are high res and finish to a high standard without any copyright logo.

Archive of your images?
I archive your images for one year from the date of your wedding. Please ensure that as soon as you receive the USB from me, you back up to an external hard drive for future safe keeping.

Facebook/Social Media.

I like most wedding photographers promote my images this way and generally a sneak preview is placed on my social media pages, with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ratified by the European Union which becomes law from 25 May 2018, you will be asked for your consent to have your wedding photographs posted on the following social media platforms, facebook, twitter and Instagram as well as print media & website.

Turnaround of your images.

At the height of the wedding season its up to 4 weeks.

Do we meet before the wedding?

Yes, a couple of weeks beforehand to discuss your wedding photography requirements either at your home or your wedding venue.

How the payments made?

There is a £175.00 non-returnable booking fee payable at the time of booking; the final balance is due 3 weeks before the wedding, generally when we meet for the pre-wedding meet.

What happens if you are ill?

Wedding Photography its not one of those jobs where you can ring in sick. In all the years I have not missed a wedding even the day my eldest daughter was born, still attended the wedding, but if the worse case scenario happened, I`m part of a local wedding photographers network with 150 members to call upon.

If you have any further quires regarding my wedding photography that’s not mentioned here then drop me an email and I can address your questions

Wedding Photography FAQ`s

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Wedding Photography FAQ`s