Wedding FAQ's

DO WE GET ELECTRONIC IMAGES?

Yes you do. All of my packages feature electronic images.

 

HOW MANY IMAGES DO WE GET?

That depends on the package that you choose and varies from 150 to 300 images. Like anything it is about quality and not quantity so you receive only the best images possible. Often I might find it difficult to select only say the 150 best images, so you might receive 172 images for example with a 150-image package.

 

ARE THE IMAGES EDITED OR RETOUCHED?

Some photographers will claim that they provide all their images fully retouched. There is fully retouched and fully retouched if you get my drift? Edited images have been adjusted for white balance, exposure, colour, shadows and highlights, cropped, sized and sharpened. This is what you get with all our photography packages. However if you select an album or wall art your images are fully retouched which includes removing skin blemishes, wrinkles, slimming, removing distractions and unwanted artefacts and adding individual creative effects so that the images become individual artworks.

 

DO YOU CHARGE FOR TRAVEL?

If your wedding is in the metro area, then no, there are no additional travel charges. If you are lucky enough to be getting married somewhere outside the metro area then I can quote you on an individual basis.

 

WHAT IS YOUR PAYMENT POLICY?

The payment terms are straightforward. The first $500 of your photography package is due at the time you book. This is non refundable and serves as a booking fee. 50% of your package is due 90 days before your wedding day and the remaining balance is due 30 days before your big day. Simple and easy.

 

DO YOU DO ALBUMS/FRAMES?

Yes of course. There is no pressure on you to opt for these – many clients simply want coverage and a disc and there is nothing wrong with that. However to truly create a unique and lasting memory of your special day then an album or wall art is definitely the best way to do this.

 

DO WE HAVE COPYRIGHT OF OUR PHOTOS?

The photographer should always retain copyright, but you have extensive non-commercial usage rights for the images. You can print the images, put them on social media, share them with friends and family – so essentially any personal use.