Wedding Photography Service
How long should I book you for my wedding?
Every couple has a different idea of the perfect wedding day and from my experience photographing well over 200 weddings, I can confirm every wedding is very different indeed.
I generally split a wedding day up into 5 timelines. Preparations, Ceremony, Reception, the Party and the After Party. However, each can have significantly different timescales for every wedding. It is worth thinking about what parts of the wedding day you want to be photographed.
The majority of couples want me to capture the whole day, from the excitement and nerves in the morning preparations, until just after the first dance. This is usually about a 10-11 hour day for me and is what I consider a full days coverage. Some of my couples know the afterparty antics are going to be a memorable one and worth capturing! So they want me to stay all night. I charge an extra £295 plus unlimited black coffee to stay the rest of the night.
I have tried to simplify my wedding photography pricing below, I believe these prices are what the majority of couples look for, but of course, I can quote you a price for something a little different, just ask!
- A meeting to discuss all your wedding plans and view some of my albums
- A password-protected online gallery to share with your family and friends
- Between 400 – 700 images processed and edited by yours truly
- A few sneak peek images sent to you a few days after the wedding
- Delivered USB with the Hi-Resolution photos included
- Unlimited personal usage of your wedding photographs
- 10 FREE A6 archival prints delivered along with the USB
View some example wedding photography galleries
General Wedding Photography Price List
How do I Book?
If you like what you see! please use my wedding enquiry form on my contact page to get in touch. I usually like to meet couples for a coffee and talk all about wedding plans first, as it’s a great way to get to know each other and look at some of my printed work. If we live too far apart from each other to meet in person, we can always schedule s Zoom call instead.
After we’ve chatted for a bit and you are happy with my pricing, all that is required is a £250 reservation payment and the completion of my online wedding agreement/contract to secure your wedding day in my diary.
Be sure to contact me as soon as you can, my weekends tend to fill up rather quickly, especially during the Summer months. It’s not unheard of to book a wedding photographer 2-3 years in advance!
If you are unsure yet, I am more than happy to pencil your wedding into my diary for a short while. You can have a think and do some more research, just let me know in the contact form!
Do you offer wedding albums & prints?
“Absolutely” click here to see my shop!
Perhaps the most important part of your wedding photography experience is the wedding photo album. It is a future-proof way to reminisce those special occasions.
My wedding album prices can range from £90-£495 depending on size, quality of paper, mounting and presentation type etc. I also offer parent albums which can be bought individually or as a pair for an additional discount. The perfect gift!
I also sell archival print boxes, these are great for framing, or even to keep in the box as a small gift for bridesmaids and ushers. Larger canvas prints can also be ordered after the wedding, and just like the prints, they are perfect for hanging as home decor.
Do you offer a Photo-Booth?
Do we need to meet you first before we can book you?
No, we don’t have to meet first if you don’t want to. If you are happy with what you have seen on my website and just want to secure me for your wedding day, then I am more than happy to book over email or the phone. All you will need to do is fill in my wedding agreement and pay the reservation deposit.
What kind of photography equipment do you use?
The equipment I use to photograph weddings is always the top of the line professional. I shoot with 2 high-quality Nikon camera and change between these 5 super sharp lenses, 14mm-24mm wide-angle lens, 24mm-70mm standard zoom and the mega 70mm-200mm zoom. I also use a 35mm and 85mm f1.4 fixed focal length to create some lovely portraits which work really well to blow the background out making it super out of focus and soft.
During the wedding day and especially in the evening, I use strobe lighting on and off the camera for dramatic effect and for a little bit of a punch to the often underlit venues.
Here is a photo of all my equipment! (Well not all of it, I needed another camera to take the photo in the first place)