You may have a wonder what questions to ask your Wedding Photographer, I have answered some typical questions I have been asked before, but love the chance to talk to you further.
How can we meet?
Please get in contact, I love talking to couples about their wedding plans and would be great to meet you both. If you are not local to me, we can always have an initial chat on Skype or Facetime. I want to hear all your plans, please do get in touch.
How do I know if you are available for our wedding date?
Please drop me an email at email@example.com or give me a call on Tel: 07859 016586, I can then check my diary. Certain dates do get booked up early so don’t hesitate to contact me.
How do I book?
Please contact me via phone or email to book me for your wedding, I would be delighted to photograph your day. I require £100 deposit and the balance is due four weeks before the wedding.
Can I see full galleries?
Yes, I actively encourage you see a selection of full galleries of wedding days that I have photographed. It is great to hear your plans and be able to show you similar wedding days.
Are you insured?
Yes, I am fully insured have full liability insurance and indemnity cover. All of my camera equipment is fully insured too.
Do you have back up camera equipment?
Yes, I cover the wedding with two cameras with a range of different lenses, I also carry an additional backup camera with me too.
What happens if you are ill?
I have never missed a wedding but if the worst happened, I work closely with set of photographers that I trust that I would be able to engage with.
Do we sign a contract?
Yes, it is really important that you have a contract outlining the terms of your requirement with your photographer. Please do also ensure you have one even if you decide to use another photographer.
Should we have a second photographer?
This really does depend on the size of your wedding, where the bride and groom prep are in location to each other and how many photos you are looking for your wedding gallery. An additional photographer may bring you an additional 150 images to add to your gallery.
Who owns the copyright of the photos?
The photographer always owns the copyright of the photos but you have full print release and can print the images as much as you want.
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