Please check out the video below to see how I work, vendor recommendations, timeline recommendations and more helpful information...
Just to summarise all the information in the video. But please watch the video to hear some more additional information.
What you actually get and how you receive your images.
You will receive roughly between 600-1000 images (colour corrected edited) via a high resolution online gallery.
Images vary obviously between how the day goes, how many hours coverage, wedding vs elopement etc.
Here are some examples below of how you will receive your images...
Florals & Styling.
Hair and Make up.
Hands downTanya and her team are the the best hair and make up wizards I have ever worked with!
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Wanna lock me in for your day?!
As I mentioned in the video, I want to meet you guys face to face or via FaceTime/Skype haha.
If we can't lock a meeting in super soon and you guys can't wait, I am more than happy to lock you in and postpone the catch up.
Basically the process is:
- 25% deposit of the final amount due within a week of invoice sent (package + travel costs if applicable)
- 75% within the 2 weeks prior to the big day!
Travel expenses does vary depending on the exact location and OVERSEAS inquiries are flexible!
Timeline examples for early and late sunsets.
With early sunsets it makes it a bit difficult in you have to try and fit a lot in the day before it get's dark quickly.
Early sunset timetable - 5.30pm
Ceremony - 3pm - 3.30pm
Family shots and cocktail time - 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Bridal party shots - 4.30pm - 4.45pm
Adventure time portrait shots - 4.45pm - 5.30pm
Reception formalities begin - 5.45pm
Other hints/tips: When starting reception, my recommendation is get speeches done as quickly as possible. The quicker you can get all the formalities out of the way, the more time you get to party!
Late sunsets can be dangerous because I have found couples leave all the formalities till dark then everyone is too drunk to cooperate which can unnecessarily extend all the formalities.
Late sunset timetable - 7.30pm
Ceremony - 4pm - 4.30pm
Family shots and cocktail time - 4.45pm - 5.45pm
Bridal party shots - 5.45pm - 6pm
Head to reception and sneak in an entree and as many speeches as you can - 6pm - 645pm
Adventure time portrait shots - 6.45pm - 7.30pm
Reception formalities begin - 5.45pm
Other hints/tips: The danger with late sunset weddings is not making use of the down time during the daylight hours. People get drunk quick and the quicker you get everything done the more party time you get during the night time hours.
In terms of when I should start and finish photographing your day?
This will help you guys a bit more with thinking about which package you should go through with.
- 3 hours prior to ceremony is heaps of time for getting ready shots. 2 hours is plenty also if you guys are getting ready at the same property.
- I should finish roughly 30-45 minutes (maximum 1hr) after your first dance. Reason being within 30minutes of an epic dancefloor I get 400 dance shots!!! People get interesting, photos get repetitive and I have had my gear damaged by drunk people before.
My advice is if you are tossing up between two different packages, go with the shorter amount of coverage and save some money. If on the day you want me to stay longer, I am more than happy too then invoice the extra time stayed later on. ($300 per hour extra)
You guys are keen on an engagement shoot!?
Let me just say... Smart decision guys! As I mentioned in the video it is the best thing you can do to get epic shots for your day!
Practise for your wedding/elopement.
I usually charge $600 per engagement shoot, but if you guys lock in a wedding/elopement with me then I offer you the engagement shoot 50% off!!!
$300 for the engagement shoot.
Let's go camping, hiking or just something epic. As long as there are a few beers at the finish I am happy!
All sound good?!
If you guys are happy then please get back in touch with me and let's see when we can lock in a meeting/catch up!
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 0417 780 013
If you have anymore questions or concerns please don't hesitate to get in touch with me again via my contact page.