Here you find answers to the most common questions regarding my wedding photography. I do not tackle the big questions here, such as pineapple on pizza or butter under Nutella. We can always talk about the bigger things when we shoot.
I don't pose you. But I am constantly talking to you and giving you directions or little things to do, maybe small adjustment. I'm not leaving you to figure it out yourself. I've got you. But I don't want it to be super posy. When you are having fun and feel safe and comfortable, your love shines through and I get real honest emotions and beautiful pictures of the real you.
When photographing parts of or the whole day, I'm a big-ass 200 pound ninja. I never get in the way or ask people to move or stand somewhere else. I lend from the documentary genre and shoot what unfolds, but trying to be as invisible as possible.
I hear that all the time from clients. And after the shoot they are all like: "This was just so much fun and not awkward or uncomfortable at all!" For me it's all about trust and having that easy going vibe. And trust me, it's gonna be awesome and you should just think of it as a freakin' fun date!
The timeframe depends on the season and how busy I am. I usually anticipate
8-10 weeks for delivery of the finished images. You do however get a Sneak Peek within a week.
No, absolutely not. All my work includes a beautiful online gallery, from where you can send, share and download as often as you want. You can download it low-res ready for online use or hi-res ready for print.
Yes, I edit them. No, I never deliver unedited pictures. Part of what I do, is selecting the right pictures to tell your story, in the best way possible. And I am good at what I do, so the only images that do not make the cut, are duplicates and testshots.
That depends somewhat on the circumstances. How much of the day am I a part of, but also the weather, plans for the day, location, etc. As a guideline, I usually shoot between 30-50 images pr. hour I am with you.
Transparency is a key factor for me. So I always try to let the couples know, if others have interest in the same date. And then it is simply a matter of who signs the contract first, I cannot hold the date. It is not possible to reserve a date, but I always try to let you know.
You just send me a mail through the contact form and I’ll get back to you. We then have a talk and if we wanna you wanna proceed, I send you a contract. When the contract is signed and the first 50% of the fee is payed, the date is locked to you.
I take care of my own travel. All travel fee ins included, as long as I can get there by regular train and 2W car. Overlay in a standard hotel is also included when you book two day packages.
The sooner, the better! Some weddings and elopement are booked a couple of years in advance, other book me with a months notice. So even if you think you are too late, ask. It just might be...