What is your photography style?
Every wedding or any other events I and our team works their hardest to capture all the details and moments of your wedding as if they were telling a story. Whether you call it a “photojournalistic” or a “candid” shooting style, we think wedding photography is all about storytelling.
How many photographers do you work with?
Depending on the type of event number of photographers varies. We prefer working as a team of two, with a second shooter capturing the event from a different perspective.
How do we reserve you for the shoot?
To secure our services for any event, a minimum of 10% of final amount is required.
How far should we book in advance?
Typically 1 to 2 months in advance is a good timeframe. If you’re getting married during peak months (from October to February) we recommended 3 to 6 months in advance.
How much is your wedding package and what do we get?
Our Wedding package is customised based on the requirements and events, functions etc. All custom packages include a USB memory stick with color corrected high-resolution JPEG images without watermark and an online gallery. Other products and services such as cinematography coverage, and albums are optional. Please contact us for the best and affordable package available.
How many images do we receive from our wedding?
It is hard to say exactly how many images will make the cut. We would say you will receive approximately 500 images for whole wedding functions.
When will we get our photos?
For the best quality post production, our turnaround for wedding photos is 6 to 8 weeks.
Are albums included in your packages?
It depends on your custom wedding package. You can include the albums in your wedding package, or you can always order albums separately after your wedding.
Are you flexible with your pricing?
Yes, we are flexible with our pricing for off season weddings (March to September). Please contact us for more details.
Do you travel?
Yes, of course! Please let us know where you are planning to have your wedding and we can discuss it further in detail.