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~I encourage the bride & groom to interact with each other instead of with the camera, aiming to capture the emotional relationship that exists between the couple. There will be some subtly posed shots that I feel work well –these often depend on the couple themselves aswell as the location(s)
~There is no such thing as too early. Obviously Fridays and Saturdays are traditionally most popular and these tend to get booked up quite early (up to two years in advance in some cases), as can some other popular dates. Send us an e mail or better still a quick call and we will check your date for you
~This is entirely up to you, depending on what elements of the day you want photographed, but to give you some idea my usual wedding shoot day is around 8-9 hours long. This covers the Bride & groom preparations in the morning, the ceremony itself, location shots straight afterwards and then reception at the venue up until (at least) the meal sit down.
~This is something we work out together when we draw up a photography timeline for the day. But generally speaking you can use the following as a rough guide:
~This is dependant on how long I am there for- but on average you will received between 400-500 images for a 7-8 hr day. (This is after editing and removal of duplicate images).