Frequently Asked Questions
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HOW MANY IMAGES WILL YOU TAKE - AND CAN WE HAVE THEM ALL?
All images are recorded in a RAW file format (a much larger file than a JPEG) requiring extensive storage capacity and skilled post production before we can create the 400 – 600 JPEG images that become the story of your wedding day. For this reason we do not supply RAW images at anytime as we would have no control over how the images might then be processed but which could be seen as our work. It is an essential part of our process to cull the images that do not meet the technical, compositional and aesthetic standards that define our style and signature. In short, we only release those images that we are happy to put our name to!
We will provide a mix of colour and black and white images – there are occasions when black and white can have a greater impact either visually or emotionally.
DO WE 'OWN' THE IMAGES?
HOW DO YOU USE THE IMAGES?
WHY DO WE NEED A SECOND SHOOTER?
With a second shooter both bride and groom preparation is fully covered, especially important when the bride and groom are getting ready in different locations.
A second shooter will capture even more spontaneous moments and will help coordinate group shots if needed and set up lighting when necessary.
As a husband and wife team, we do not make a charge for a second shooter.
WHY HAVE AN ENGAGEMENT / PRE WEDDING SHOOT?
ARE YOU INSURED?
WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU USE?
ARE YOU AVAILABLE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK?
WHAT IS YOUR BOOKING PROCESS?
Once we have confirmed our availability, we will send you a contract to sign and return to us with a non refundable deposit of £500 with the balance due six weeks before your wedding day.
WHAT GEOGRAPHICAL AREA DO YOU COVER?
Whilst we cover weddings anywhere, weddings within 2 hours drive of TN30 (Kent) do not attract any travel charge. Depending on the precise location, it may be necessary to make a mileage charge which may also include overnight accommodation in order to guarantee a timely arrival on the day.