NORFOLK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER FAQs
Nearly 9 years and we've photographed over 250 weddings as a duo.
Yes, absolutely! We normally send these after zoom'ing with couples but you're more than welcome to ask for them beforehand.
We'll send you over a contact and quote electronically. Using the quote you can choose what extras you'd like and this will automatically turn into your invoice. 25% is payable as a non-refundable booking fee, the remainder is payable no later than thirty days before your wedding. Once we have this and the signed contract, you’re all booked in! Woohoo!
Yes! If time allows. When taking on weddings further afield/abroad we have to think about the other bookings/clients we have and make sure we'll have time. If we're available, travel and accommodation fees will be applied on top of our normal fees.
Nope! You get a print licence with your contract and whenever you download photos from your online gallery.
You can add extras before or after your wedding. However, if you add an album before your wedding, you will receive 10% off.
You will be able to download all your wedding photos in high resolution from the online gallery. If you would like a nice keepsake, you can buy a USB from the online gallery. However, we recommend buying prints or an album instead of digital media if you would like something tangible that will stand the test of time.
Absolutely not 🙂 If we need to charge you for travel and/or accommodation, this will be made clear at the point of enquiry. Everything else will be detailed on your invoice.
It averages out around 5 photos per spread across an entire album. So a 20 spread album will hold around 100 photos.
A spread is two pages beside each other as you open the album. So a spread consists of two pages.
You don’t have to. We will put together your first draft and email it to you for comment. We know our couples are busy and putting together albums is one of our favourite things.
The difference between a photographic print and a fine art print has to do with the paper and inks. Photographic paper contains acid which makes prints fade, crack and brittle over time. Fine art printing is done with 12 inks whereas normal printing is done with 4 inks (which is why sometimes your skin looks green in prints bought from online).
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