[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1464098492627{margin-top: -20px !important;margin-bottom: -30px !important;}”]Common questions I get asked about my approach as a Kent Wedding Photographer.   If it’s not answered below please contact me and ask away!

How do we book you?

Simply complete the form on the contact page and I will check the diary to see if I am available.  I will then send out a contract and booking form which will need to be completed and returned with a retainer.  I cannot hold a date until I have received these.

Are you happy to travel further afield?

Of course, although based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, I work regularly in Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Essex and London, and I am more than happy to photograph your wedding day be it anywhere in the UK, Europe or far flung International destinations!

How many images will we receive?

Whilst each wedding is totally unique, as a rough guide for a full days coverage you can expect to receive about 300 finished images at the end of it all, normally more.

How long will it take to receive the images after the wedding?

You can expect to receive your finished images about 4 weeks after the big day.  If you choose to have an album designed and made then this process takes about another 4 weeks once you have chosen your images to include in them.

Do you take group shots?

Of course and I am more than happy to do this, I will ask you to provide a list of the shots you’d like about a month before the day, although I try to advise to try and keep the number of group shots to as few as possible to allow me to do what I do best, documentary style!

What is your style and approach?

Simply to document the day as it unfolds, capturing you and your guests without you being aware of me.  These make the best pictures and is the part of photography that I enjoy the most.  I don’t do dated effects such as tilted shots, using a fish eye lens or colour popping (eg a black and white photo with the flowers in colour!).

In post production I take care over every single image, a good photo shouldn’t need much doing to it in my opinion.  Have a look at my current wedding photography portfolio, or even my blog which features my latest work and is updated regularly.  Also here is handy guide to some wedding venues i’ve worked at in the past.

What albums do you supply?

If you choose to have a bespoke album made, then you’ll be able to choose between either a stunning ‘matted’ album, or a more contemporary option where images are printed directly onto beautiful fine art paper.  Both bespoke options are handmade here in the UK using sustainable materials.  Pop over to my wedding album page for further info.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]