What are your rates?
Commissions for weddings fluctuate depending on wedding location and availability. Contact us at the contact link to the side or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your day. Although a typical spend with us is around $3500.
Do you have any limits on coverage time or the number of photos taken on the wedding day?
Never any limit on photos taken. Our base package offers 8 hours of coverage, and we have other packages with no time limits. We also travel with you wherever you need us to be throughout the day.
What if we want something more adventurous?
Take a look at our Not Traditional page. We always get excited when couples have ideas about spending more time shooting exciting concepts.
Where will you travel?
Everywhere. We've had clients fly us to Melbourne, Sydney, and Bali. We're always excited to travel.
How do we book & pay?
You’ll receive a quote, and invoice which will require a deposit for us to confirm your booking.
How many photos do we get?
We typically deliver a few hundred images.
Are all of our photos edited?
Yep. All photos are colour graded and exposure will be exactly as we intend them to be. However, specific retouching costs extra.
Do you provide a print and distribution release?
Absolutely. You can print your photos wherever you want and you can distribute them around the internet too (facebook, e-mail, twitter, etc).
What do we get on our USB or Hard Drive?
Fully processed high resolution jpeg images. You also get web-ready sized versions of all the images.
Do you take wedding day family portraits?
Of course. We're yours for the day. Any photos you want, you got it.
Can my uncle take photos during my wedding?
He sure can… so long as he stays out of our way. We can't control any distractions in the photos due to guests trying to get shots. So we do suggest an “unplugged” wedding. Everyone can get copies of the photos.
What equipment do you use?
We both have professional kits from Nikon, with wide aperture lenses. but we often mix it up, shooting with Canon, Fuji or Olympus. However we strongly support the idea that the gear doesn't make the photo.
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