Sorry no. I don't know any professional photographer who would ever consider giving away their RAW files and you are, at the end of the day, paying me to deliver you with a finished image gallery. [...]
No, that stays with me as the photographer. However, you will have the license to print, distribute and share as you wish so not having the actual copyright won't affect your ability to do what you want with your [...]
Most of your images will be presented in colour but I do also include some black and white images where I feel that they are suited.
I don't, it's a completely different skillset to photography and do I leave it to the professionals.
I'm going to be honest and say that, if I die on the way to your wedding, there's not a whole lot that I can do about that. However, if I were to fall seriously ill (and it would [...]
No, I work alone. I've never found the need for an assistant (though I did try it again when I first started). They just ended up hanging about doing nothing and so I decided that I'd just work with [...]
Yes of course. Although the fashion is for reportage and candid wedding photography, I'm a classically trained wedding photographer which means that I 'grew up' learning how to pose and take wedding groups. I still think that they have [...]
That's such a difficult question to answer as it totally depends on how long I am with you and how your wedding day is structured. There's no hard and fast rules as to how many photos you get in [...]
Of course, the copyright legally remains with me as it would with any professional photographer but you have the licence to print, share and distribute your images however you wish to.
I don't really as we're going to talk through everything the week before your wedding and you'll already have let me know about any special requirements (those that would fall outside of the normal scope of the day). I [...]