THE PROCESS

From first email to album delivery

1-2 years before: Booking – securing your date

After we’ve found that we’re a match and you can proceed to secure your date with a deposit and a signed agreement.

5-1 week before: consultations

When the date comes closer. Sometimes through emails, but best through a call to define all things wedding day schedule related.

1-2 weeks before: Full payment

Describe the positive feelings they will experience, and the sense of accomplishment.

3-5 days after – first preview

Right after I have made back-up of your photos, I’ll share a first preview for you to have while I work on the rest.

3-12 weeks after – delivery

When your photos are finished in post production, I send a first link to your artistic slide-show. Then a link to your full online album. From there we can design a wedding book if you decide to go for it.

Questions ANSWERED

Some of the common questions you may have, here answered.

There is no set quantity of images, but mostly I deliver between 800 and 1300 edited photos, unless it’s a smaller wedding with half day coverage. You can expect your photos 4-12 weeks after the wedding. Sometimes sooner – never later. This may be slightly longer in the peak of the season, when all gets piled up – June to September, but also considerably quicker for weddings outside the season.

To take a first look at your photos, the first link I send is a slide-show. It can be downloaded and shared. Next is an online album with all the photos, from where you can download both hi-res and web size photographs, as well as share link with anyone you like.

Of course! Every bride, mother and granny needs those family formals. I do shoot them at every wedding, but just don’t show them on my website. I can do these by my check-list, or you can provide a list.

I’m only human, so me getting sick and not being able to attend a wedding is a possibility as for anyone else. A photographers nightmare! I have a partner who’s also a wedding photographer and we often work together, he can always jump in. I also have a list of colleagues with a similar style, that I can provide in such a scenario.