FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do you travel and where are you located?

YES! I photograph weddings all over the UK. I am dual based in Risca, South Wales and Whitchurch, Shropshire. which makes my travel much easier where ever you are based.

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Are you insured?

Yes, I have full professional indemnity insurance, public liability insurance and full equipment insurance. I am also a member of the NPS (Nikon Professional Services).

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How many images will we receive?

The number of digital images you will receive is dependent upon a number of factors including how many hours of coverage you have, the number of guests at the wedding, and if there is a second photographer present etc.

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Can you hold our date?

Dates are secured on a first come, first served basis and popular dates can be booked well up to 2 years in advance, so it’s important to contact me once you have secured your date and venue. Once I have recieved your full booking fee and signed contract, I will hold your wedding date to ensure no further bookings are taken.

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Do you retain the copyright?

Yes I do, however you have full personal rights to your images including the right to reproduce copies of the images for personal printing use, and for the display on personal social media sites, and these are not watermarked.

Can I see the images that don’t make the final cull?

In the days following the wedding I go through all of the images. The ONLY images I discard are duplicates, images where eyes are closed etc., and these are deleted immediately. I would never discard a good image.

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Do you take group shots?

Yes of course, I view these as an important historical document and something generations of your
family will look back at and enjoy. When planning your list, please do take into consideration the time of year and light restrictions, as well as allowing up to 5 minutes (sometimes longer) to set up and take each shot. A good number is around 5 combinations, and no more than 10.