Q—How long is the usual turnaround time?
Generally during high season, wedding images will be uploaded to an online shareable gallery fully fine edited no more than 6-8weeks after the wedding. A weekend wedding adds a week of turnaround time.
Q— Do we recieve a sneak peek?
Yes! Within a week I deliver a small batch of photos for your previewing pleasure.
Q— How many photos do we get?
I deliver about 35-40 pictures/hour. See wedding packages for total number of included pictures.
Q— How do we recieve our images?
Your images are delivered and showcased through a beautiful, high resolution, downloadable & shareable online gallery. It's very convenient to download to your computer and phone. Make sure to to backup your own copy of the album, since it is only available for 1 year.
Q— How do you edit your photos?
I edit each photo separately in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Q— What do you shoot with and are you insured?
I shoot with Canon 5d mark IV & Canon 5d mark III, and professional lenses - mainly a 50mm 1,2 fixed, a 24-70mm and 70-200mm. And yes, I'm super insured.
Q— Do you offer videophotography?
Yes, occasionally I do. I do coloborate with a awesome second shooter. For more info please get in touch.
Q— Do you take any traditionally posed shots?
Yes, I truly like traditional posed photos with a modern twist.
Q— Do you travel outside Europe?
Yes, I love to combine work with travelling!
Q— How do I book, and what is the cancellation policy?
To retain a wedding date requires a 50% deposit of the total contract amount. Payment 2 (50%) is to be payed in connection with the delivery. I also require my clients to sign a contract outlining copyrights, responsibilities, and payments.
In case of cancellation more than 21 days ahead of the booked date, 3/5 of the deposit is refundable. If for any reason the client wishes to reschedule, you can use the deposit for a future date within 3 years.
If I am unable to attend on the date due to illness, accident, death or other serious crisis of my family, an alternate photographer can not be promised during the pandemic. In the event of such case, the deposit will be repayed in full.