Covid 19 effects.
As Covid 19 has affected weddings in general and life in particular, a lot of couples have had to quickly re arrange their weddings. With this in mind, I've decided to reduce my prices to help you budget for your re scheduled wedding. I've taken out albums as part of a Collection and offer photography only with images on a USB or if you prefer, sent by digital transfer, either way, they will be ready for printing and sharing. You can of course order an album as an optional extra with prices starting from £299.00.
I honestly believe that you shouldn't choose your wedding photographer based on price alone - cheaper isn't always better. You should love their style of photography and most importantly, be able to get on with them, after all, they'll be with you all day. And my advice is always book a professional photographer and make sure they have insurance.
"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."
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Don't listen to advice given by certain Bridal magazines, some of which advise: "Only choose your photographer if they shoot with Canon or Nikon and full format!"
There are other brands out there, all of which are capable of capturing stunning images but it's the work done afterwards that really counts - in the post processing stage. I'm one of the increasing number of wedding photographers that use mirrorless cameras and prefer the Fujifilm X series system of cameras and lenses as the colours really pop out better than any other brand I've used in the past. Full format! No, such thing, there's full frame, half frame, medium format and cropped format - 1.5x in the case of Fujifilm X cameras so for example a 35mm lens on one of my cameras is equivalent to around 50mm in 35mm film format. There are other formats but Full format simply doesn't exist!