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source url This is entirely up to you. Lots of couples find it very beneficial, as it demonstrates how we’ll work together on the day, as well as giving you a chance to relax (or show off!) in front of the camera. You’ll also receive a selection of fully processed images via an email download link to use in the build-up to your wedding; perhaps for your save-the-date card or simply to share on Facebook.
go I have a car and a passport, no wedding has yet proved too far! I mostly work in the UK, but in the past I’ve flown to Ireland to shoot a wedding; and I’ve even photographed a wedding as far away as Mongolia, but that’s another story! If your wedding is more than 2 hours drive from Peterborough, then reasonable overnight costs may be added to the fee. I don’t charge travel expenses for anywhere in the UK mainland.
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seattle speed dating groupon Absolutely! This is totally up to you. Some couples prefer to skip them entirely or enjoy a few relaxed and fun ones, while others like lots of formal group shots with all their family and friends. It depends on how much time we have available for how many can be included, as they can become time consuming and disrupt the day if there are too many. I usually advise to keep it to no more than a dozen, but this is something we can discuss in detail. Most couples like to have at least one big group photograph with all of their guests.
follow url Everything I shoot is in the RAW format, meaning the images are uncompressed and offer the best possible image quality. Everything needs to be edited by hand in Lightroom, and I manually colour correct each image, as well as applying other adjustments such as contrast, sharpening and lens corrections. I prefer to edit in a bright, classic and colourful style; in a way that I believe won’t look dated in years to come. I tend to offer a mix of colour and black & white, though if you prefer one over the other then do let me know.
site de rencontres sport I send them to you either via recorded next-day delivery, or drop them off in person. Your photos are stored on a personalised wooden USB in a wooden keepsake box. Both items are personalised with your names and the date of your wedding. On the USB you’ll find two folders; one for making gorgeous prints, the other is optimised for sharing online.
I aim to get them to you within four weeks of your date. During peak busy times though, it can be slightly longer.
purchase dipyridamole Of course. The pictures are yours. Legally, copyright remains with me but you’re free to make prints, albums, canvases, post online or use them as you wish. I don’t offer a print service myself, but I can recommend a few places online to make your own.
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amitriptyline hcl 10mg for sleep My full day package means I’m with you for up to 12 hours, beginning with hair and make up in the morning and not stopping until well into the party. If the dance floor is packed then I usually stay a little longer to capture more action pictures.
It depends. I don’t find it’s particularly beneficial to my photography, as I’m used to thinking on my feet and finding the best locations very quickly. I’ve already worked at lots of the local venues, and I always research the venue online beforehand. I always turn up on the day with plenty of time before the event kicks off to have a little explore anyway to find the best spots for photos.
You don’t need to, but it helps if you can as I can get a little peckish later on! It doesn’t need to be anything fancy, I’ll eat anything and have no dietary requirements. Please let me know if this isn’t possible and I’ll ensure I bring something myself.
Yes. I have full liability and public indemnity insurance. Just in case. Some venues will ask for a copy of my insurance certificate beforehand: if so, let me know and I can send it to them.
I’ll endeavour to get the very best shots whatever the weather – I don’t mind getting wet! I make sure I’ve got a Plan B in the back of my mind just in case, but if the heavens do open, I always make the best of a situation.
It’s never happened yet. It would take something rather serious to cause any problems. If the worst did happen, I do have lots of highly qualified contacts who I could call upon to try and find an equal replacement.
All you need to do is get in touch either on the phone, or via the email form on my Contact page, and we can start discussing your day.
I require a £300 non-refundable deposit at the time of booking, which is deducted from the final fee. This is required to reserve your chosen date.
Just via an online transfer into my account. This remainder of the fee is due no less than two weeks before your wedding day.
Nope! Only if your venue is so far from me that I need to book overnight accommodation. There’s no hidden or extra charges, and I won’t try to sell you any prints or products.
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