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Wedding Photography Checklist

• A full day means a full day – Make sure that you’re getting

value for money with your photographer, and that they are

not going to just turn up late in the day and leave after 2/3 hours.


When I say a full days service, you can be assured that I will be

there from the getting ready shots prior to the arrivals all the

way to the first dance.


• High res photos on disc – Make sure your photographer provides you with the resolution digital files of your wedding photos, this way you have the rights to your images, not the photographer.


After your wedding photos are finished I provide you with a disc

of the high res files, with free license to produce as many prints

as you like.


• Album quality – Make sure you know the quality of the album you are getting, and that you’re not being fobbed off with a low quality

cheap imported item.


I have an affiliation with a professional UK based printers, who

have won awards for the quality of their handmade albums.

With extremely strict quality control and only the finest materials

used, you can relax in the knowledge that your album

 is one of the finest in the industry.


• Wedding photos take time – If you get your wedding photos a few days or even a week after the wedding, there is a good chance that your photographer has not spent any time editing them at all.


I’m a perfectionist in everything I do and I wouldn’t dream of giving

you your completed images in any condition other than perfect. This

is why the average waiting time for me is 2 – 3 weeks, as I meticulously go through and edit every photo to the highest standard possible.


                                                                                                              Whoever you choose as your wedding photographer, please make

                                sure they meet these criteria.