I really like your work. How do I book?
That’s great news! Hop over to fill in my contact form to get the ball rolling. We’ll arrange a chat and get to know each other a little. I can show you some more of my work and you can tell me more about your day. It’s so important to me that we get each other and that my approach to wedding photography is what you’re looking for.
Please feel free to ask any more questions after the chat. Once you have decided that you want to go ahead with the booking let me know and I’ll send a booking agreement and invoice via email. A booking fee of 25% is payable to secure your date.
Where do you work?
What's a second shooter?
Do you have insurance?
When should I book?
I only take a limited number of bookings a year so that I can deliver a dedicated personal service. You only have to pay 25% of the total balance to book, even if its a year before your big day! Check my availability by getting in touch.
Do I have to provide you with a shot list?
As a documentary wedding photographer, you do not need to provide me with a shot list. Trust in me to capture your day! More is explained over on my blog: What is a documentary wedding photographer? During consultation I will happily share with you full galleries and once you book we can discuss the group shots you really want. I can provide suggestions to choose from if you are stuck.
If you don’t want the formality of the group shots then, well, don’t! It’s your day and you don’t HAVE to have these. I’ll capture who was there as you party – but please bear in mind I can not photograph every single guest and nor can I guarantee I caught Aunty Janet raising a glass. I will, however, capture everything that I see and will move around lots to capture as much as I can. More useful info on group shots can be found on the blog: how I capture group shots.
When do I get the photographs?
How do I get my photos?
What's a pre-wedding shoot?
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Have another question? Feel free to get in touch to ask.