How do we book you?
The best way to book us is to contact us is to use our contact form.  We can also be contacted via our Facebook page, we would then check our diary to make sure we are available for your date of wedding or event.  Once we’ve checked and you are happy to proceed we would then send you a questionnaire about the day, an invoice and a contract.  We do require a non-refundable £50 deposit to book the date.
How soon will we receive our photos?
It typically takes us 2-4 weeks to complete the editing, and then those images are uploaded to your own online gallery where you can view, share and download the high-resolution images.
Can you provide photo albums?
Yes we can, we tried and tested many suppliers and style of albums, and we eventually chose a 32 page, flush mount album.  We would work with you until you are happy with the album and once you are then we would go ahead and place the order.
How will we receive the photos?
Once all photos are edited, we would then upload them to your own online gallery.  From there you can view, share, download and even order prints.  We can also pop a USB stick in the post upon request.
Are you insured?
Yes we have professional indemnity and public liability insurance.
Are you mainly a wedding photographer?
No, as well as wedding photography we also cover events, festivals, charities and even family photo shoots.
What is your style of photography?
Our style of photography is classed as documentary, reportage or photojournalism.  This is a break away from the usual traditional wedding photography where the main focus for the photographer is to capture the ceremony and group photos and that’s it, our style means we try to capture all the key moments and everything in between.  Our aim is to capture the story of the day, in an unscripted way from start to finish.  This is a perfect fit for those that don’t particularly like their photos taken.
How many photographs do we receive?
This really depends on how many hours we are needed.  For a full day wedding coverage it can be between 500-700, for a shorter day it can be between 300-400.