Do you travel for weddings?

Yes we do. We have bases in different parts in the world and you can often find us travelling the globe. From October onwards we’ll be located in Adelaide - Australia but we tend to follow the summer around and that's why you can find us in Europe around June-September as well.  

 

Will you both be there to photograph my wedding?

We prefer to shoot weddings together so we won’t miss a moment and are able to focus on other things besides the ‘main events’. However, if you’re hosting a very intimate wedding you do have the option to hire one person.

 

How many photos do we get in the end?

We don't really work with a set number as it depends on the wedding. It can be small, big, long or short and the number of images that you receive depends on this. It tends to be between 400-800 high resolution images, which you can download through a link.

 

Is there an easy way for all the guests to see the final images?

You'll receive an online gallery where you can browse and share your images. You'll be able to take care of your own printing, or you and your guests can purchase beautiful museum quality C-type prints straight from the gallery.

 

 

 

What kind of cameras do you shoot with?

We use Canon 5D Mark IIIs and mainly shoot with our 35mm prime lenses. For the couple shoot we use a medium format film camera as well.

Do you make wedding albums?

Yes we do, we love photo books (collecting books of documentary photographers is our hobby!) As we’re relocating to Australia we’ll probably find a different local supplier of books. So please keep an eye out for updates.

 

How long does it take to get all our photos?

It can take up to 8 weeks before you'll receive your final images, depending on how busy our season is. We do send you some previews soon after your wedding date.

 

What is required to book you?

A signed contract and 25% deposit, the remainder is due 3 weeks before the wedding date. 

Any other questions?

Please feel free to get hold of us or give us a ring on Facetime.