Answers to some common questions
When looking for your wedding photographer there are usually a few questions on your mind. Here are a few of the most common questions I get asked in the initial email.
For more detailed questions and answers take a look here:
What do the letters after your name mean?
BA(Hons) which means Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours. It was attained at the University of Plymouth where I studied for my degree in photography
ARPS is the third of four levels of distinction at the Royal Photographic Society. It means Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. The next level, FRPS, has names like David Attenborough so I’m happy at my level….for the moment.
How much do you cost?
That is a complicated question which is why I don’t go into great detail on this website. I’m not trying to hide anything, I like to talk about weddings. Let’s chat, but in the meantime, the basic info is on the Information Page.
Will you tailor your packages to suit our needs?
Yes, absolutely. Every wedding is unique why shouldn’t your package be?
How long will you stay?
I will be with you the whole day, from preparation to the first dance. The length of time depends on the timings of your wedding.
How many photos do you take?
There is no limit to the number of photos taken on a wedding day as I’ll just keep shooting as the day unfolds but, you can expect more than 500 UNIQUE images.
Do I need to make a list of photos that I’d like on the day?
It is always helpful to make a list of any groups you may want, however, keep these to a minimum as they take up precious time! allow an average of 5 mins per group.
How far do you travel?
I’m based in Poole, Dorset and will travel to wherever I’m needed, I’ve gone as far as Dubai before now. If your wedding is outside the Uk let’s chat about how we can make it happen.
I love your work. How do we book?
It’s simple to book your wedding with me, find out availability first then we can talk about what fun we can have on your big day. 2020 made us all a little better at communication.