Frequently Asked Questions
Do you charge for travel? // If you live outside of a 20 mile radius to where I am based, I charge 0.40p per mile, or the price to cover a return train ticket and transfers. If the venue is over 2.5 hours away from where I'm based, accomodation will need to be covered also.
What gear do you use? // I have some of the best gear available for weddings. My equipment includes:
2x Canon 5d MK3 camera's
2x Canon 550D Backup Cameras (can never be too careful)
Sigma 35mm 1.4 ART lens
Canon 85mm 1.8 lens
Sigma 50mm 1.4 lens
Canon 45mm Tilt Shift lens
Various other primes as backup
My amazing leather HoldFast Money Maker harness
Zoom H1 recorders for audio
Manfrotto Tripods and more..
Can we meet up with you to discuss everything? // Sure! I am happy to meet you guy's to discuss all of the details in full and have a cup of tea and get to know eachother! Drop me an email and we'll get it sorted!
Do we need to feed you? // When everybody sits to eat their wedding breakfast at your beautiful venue, I also take time to sit and have a rest / eat. I can bring my own food, but a lot of my brides would rather I eat something substantial so that I can be on top form! If you do decide to organise food for me, it doesn't have to be the same as every other guest, I don't sit with the guests either, so you won't need to make any extra room on the tables don't worry!
How many photo's does our USB usually get? // Generally speaking, I shoot aroud 1500 images on your wedding day. Part of the photographer's process is culling the images later on so that you get the best of the best. Once chosen, I edit them and make them even more awesome. Your USB for a full day will usually include 400 + high resolution images!
How long before we receive our USB? // I aim to get your USB to you between 2 and 4 weeks max in peek season, for photos! For feature films I say anything between 3 and 5 weeks. If there isn't a lot of work on it could be earlier than this!
Can we print our images from your USB? // Yes! this is why I offer USB's and not albums, because I don't want to charge my couples the earth for an album, when they can find a better deal else where. Not to mention, digital copies can be shared any where you like! You can save the USB's contents on to your computer and go from there, or take your USB into a printing shop and do it that way. With the digital copies, you are not limited one bit!