Have all aspects of your day covered with **two photographers.
The first photographer will arrive at the brides location in the morning capturing all those special moments getting ready with your closest friends. The second photographer will spend that same time with the groom, but as we all know guys get ready a lot quicker than girls, so the second photographer will also have time to capture all the details of your wedding, guests arriving and so much more.
We will both stay for the rest of the day, while one photographer captures all the formal shots, the other will be capturing the candid more natural photos. This really creates the ‘fly on the wall’ style that really bring your day back to you.
You will have both photographers up to the first dance and we will stay for half an hour extra just to make sure we capture the party atmosphere. The time that most people will have forgotten by morning.
Receive all your images on a high end customised USB Pen drive. There will be a few different folders on the drive. Your main images, a combination of colour and black & white; the colour originals of the black and white photos; a teaser folder of the days top shots and any filler images from the day (flower shots, details, cakes etc)
Once you have received your images I will post your album on my site in a password protected page. This can be shared with friends and family across the world.
I always ask couples to pick a place location that means something to them, be it the place where they met or somewhere they enjoy walking together. We’ll spend a couple of hours together, all very relaxed and natural. I feel it helps calm some pre-wedding nerves and it is great way for us to get to know each other better.
Presented in a black presentation box your wedding book is a great way to view and share your memories for a lifetime.
The book will be designed by myself and tell the story of your day through a collection of carefully pieced together collage of images.
** two photographers when available and maybe cut to one during the covid pandemic to save on attendees