What style is your photography?
I have a contemporary natural style of wedding photography, I like to blend in with your day and capture all the special moments.
Do you work with an assistant?
No I don’t, I’ve always been quite comfortable working alone.
How do you take photos / video of the groom’s preparation and the bride’s preparation at the same time?
I go to the groom first and then I head off to the bride afterwards.
Do you have backup cameras and equipment?
Yes, I always have my main camera and a backup camera.
Do you do videography?
Yes I can, but I can’t do them both at the same time. I can do either your photos or your video.
Do we get a disk / USB with all the photos on?
Yes, you will receive all your photos on a disk or USB in high resolution without watermarks together with your wedding album.
Do you edit the photos?
Yes, I spend a lot of time on colour correction and editing your photos. You’ll get a mixture of colour and black ‘n white. I don’t add amateur effects or filters, but rather concentrate on accurate skin tones and correct colour balance.
How long do we have to wait for our photos?
Waiting time is typically 8 – 12 weeks from the wedding.
What if you’re sick on our wedding day?
In the highly unlikely event that I can’t be there I will send a competent professional photographer in my place. I would still do the editing and put the album together for you.
How long have you been a photographer?
I started doing commercial and event photography in 2006, which lead to weddings too.
Will you put our wedding photos / video on your blog?
I can’t guarantee it. As a result of shooting over 40 weddings a year, it’s impossible to post every wedding I shoot.
Do you travel?
Yes, I love travelling and will be honoured to shoot your destination wedding.
Can we pencil-book our date?
I’m afraid not, I often get many enquiries for the same date. A completed booking form and paid booking fee secures your booking.
What happens if it’s raining?
We should discuss a backup plan. If you’re adventurous we can shoot anyway with umbrellas and gumboots, we can use balconies or under cover areas. Another option could be to do a day-after shoot.