FAQ’s

For more details on how we like to shoot our beautiful wedding photography please read below.

Do you shoot film or digital?

We shoot digitally but we were shooting film way back when and still love it. If you’d like a film shoot we would happily provide you with a quote.

Do you have all your own equipment?

We have all our own professional kit which comprises of the most up to date camera, camera lenses and lighting equipment on the market.

Do you shoot group family photo’s?

We do. We are happy to shoot any group shots you may want. You can provide us with a list of guests you’d like to involve and we’ll make sure there’s time set aside to get the shots you want.

Do you offer wedding albums?

We offer a range of albums. Head over to our wedding album page for more details.

Can you tell me how far you travel to shoot weddings?

We really enjoying seeing parts of the country we’d otherwise not see and are happy to travel long distances. Our furthest wedding – Fort William, Scotland and our closest wedding – on our road!

Do you offer Photo booths?

Yes! Photo booths are becoming more and more popular because they are so much fun. See our Photo booth page for more information.

Is there a set package?

We believe every wedding is different and we like to tailor each wedding to each individuals needs and budgets, so no. A popular choice would include photographs of the Bride and Groom preparations in the morning, the ceremony, the reception and a little bit of dancing in the evening. Extra’s could include an engagement shoot or a photo booth. Some opt for the ceremony and reception only.

Do work always work a pair or could I hire you on an individual basis?

We are happy to work solo, which can be more affordable or suit a smaller wedding.

So what can I expect if we go ahead with a booking?

A pre-wedding consultation to discus all your needs in finer detail.

A big selection of reportage/record-of-the-day style images, plus traditional group shots if required.

Editing and post production on the shots, including colour balancing, cosmetic retouching and cropping.

A DVD in a presentation case containing high res images, which are yours to email to friends, print or upload and share to Facebook etc.

All the images from the day uploaded to an online gallery where prints can be ordered directly at very reasonable prices.