The kind of weddings I like to do are usually for couples on shoe string budget. Enjoyable as these are they don’t really pay the bills. My mortgage lender does not accept miracles so I have devised a new price plan.
For this princely sum (plus travel) you get me. All day.
If you just need half a day than a price can be negotiated.
I work very hard and am incredibly charming.
By the end of the day there will be well over a thousand photos to choose from, if it is a wedding.
Within a couple 48 hours you will be sent a link on which you can view the photos.
The link will look something like this. https://adobe.ly/2EK1Ba5
On the link you can leave comments for each photo and rate them.
Included in this initial package you can choose 100 photos (through the link) and I will professionally prepare them then send you the digital copy for download or put it on a USB (this is much easier).
All the photos taken on the day are backed up on an additional drive to preserve them for all time, until the end of the earth.
Once you’ve settled into married life, opened some of those envelopes you might want to consider splashing out on some more photos.
£200 gets you 300 more photos.
Every photo comes two ways. One copy is web resolution and one is print resolution. One is for social media and one you give to the printers.
Looks a lot like as part II.
£200 gets you whatever else is left. Almost all weddings have over 1000 worthwhile photos.
Send me an email. There are many options for prints and albums. I can send a quote and advise a course of direction.
I cannot recommend highly enough getting good prints framed and on a wall. Screw Facebook.
Contact: 07846490365. Get me on Whatsapp.
Please don't be put off technical terms, call or email. I try and keep things simple, no car mechanic spiel. There are no raw deals here. For myself & I can't speak for other photographers I'm not too interested in making money from individual photo sales. It's very time consuming. I much prefer you have digital print resolution copies to get printed in your own time.
PRINTS are the photos. The hard copy you can hold in you hand. Put in an album. Send to your Nan. Tear in two on a Friday, selloptape back together on a Sunday.
DIGITAL COPIES are what you look at on a screen or give to the printers to get a hard copy, a 'print'
WEB RESOLUTION what goes on a computer to be observed on the crest of the social media wave. They are small in size so less likely to bring internet to a grinding halt.
PRINT RESOLUTION what you give to the printers along with money in return for a 'PRINT'. They are larger in size, containing lots of lovely detail for the printing machine.