Frequently Asked Questions
Below are a selection of FAQ’s. If you can think of a question was is not covered here on this page, please feel free to drop me a email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exceeding the customers expectation is key to me. Unlike most wedding professionals that you’ll deal with, our relationship will continue well after you’ve returned from your honeymoon. You may never speak with your florist, dressmaker, caterer or band after your wedding day, but your work with your photographer has only just begun. Our goal is to be your photographer for life.
Terms of photographic style are so misused nowadays. For me the term “Digital Photography” is redundant, it is simply ‘Photography’. I see myself as a Commercial Wedding Photographer. I use every different style of photography to capture your special day: documentary, photo-journalistic, products, portraiture, fashion, reportage, candid, the list is endless.
Traditionally, wedding photography has been pretty cheesy, posed looking and/or boring. So we’d have to say, “no.” But if you mean do we take traditional family pictures in addition to our more lifestyle and photojournalistic work then the answer is absolutely yes. We appreciate the value of and the history behind the traditional family portrait, and while they may not be as exciting as some of our more informal portraiture, they serve an important function.
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Absolutely! We love to travel and will travel for weddings anywhere. Please ask for our availability and our International Destination Wedding Services.
A signed agreement and a booking fee of 25-50% are required to reserve the date for you. Dates are filled on a first come-first served basis and once booked, they’re booked. We do not offer tentative bookings, payment is confirmation of booking so don’t wait. Some prime dates are gone 2 years in advance.