In case you haven’t seen Sam and Lorna’s wedding photographs on our dedicated wedding website www.schtuff.com we have re-run them here. When you are choosing your wedding photographer how do you make up your mind? With prices ranging from as low as £200 to £5,000 is there any real difference? Without passing comment on what price to pay or what is reasonable let me just cover what we do for the fee we charge.
Our Wedding package includes a complementary Pre wedding Photoshoot. We meet with you at an agreed location and typically spend a couple of hours taking both informal and some set up photographs. There are usually enough from this shoot alone to fill a photobook should you want one. What is included in the package price is a high quality 27″ * 23″ Signature Frame which has set within it a 4″ White Mount Board as well as the print you choose from the Pre Wedding Shoot. The photographs from the Pre Wedding shoot usually take us about a day to two days to process. When finished they are posted on a password protected gallery for you to view. We also send you a Facebook ready photofile if you require one.
On the Wedding day we usually arrive 2 to 3 hours before the Ceremony and we are normally with you for 10 – 12 hours. In other words we stay much longer than any other supplier you have involved in the day! As you can imagine with such a long day we take hundreds of photographs which then take many hours to process after the wedding day. We endeavour to have all the photographs finished and on the password protected gallery within two weeks of the Wedding Day. In total we spend around 60 – 80 hours on each wedding including the taking of photographs and processing of them.
Of course you are the best judge of Are We Worth It? Our aim is always to surpass your expectations and deliver a substantial choice of Images to Cherish.
Sam & Lorna held their Reception at Broadoaks Country House Hotel, a perfect venue for smaller wedding parties. This weekend we are at Holbeck Ghyll shooting the Wedding of Mark and Selena so we are keeping our fingers crossed the weather stays as good as it is today!