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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q – My partner feels very uncomfortable in front of the camera?
A – With my easy going personality, I have the ability to make people conformable, relaxed and feel at ease in front of the camera. My photography style is very relaxed and natural and unobtrusive. I love getting to know family and friends, making them smile and feel at ease. Whilst being professional, my sense of humour will often shine through and, hopefully, will crack a smile on even the sternest of faces!
Q – Do you travel interstate or overseas?
A – Of course, I would love too.
Q- How many images will i get after the wedding?
A – This totally depends on how long you have hired me for. Generally around 80 images per hour for 1 photographer, all colour, some black and white.
WHAT IS AN UNPLUGGED WEDDING
Do you want to have an unplugged wedding, at least the ceremony. Encouraging your guests to put down their favorite devices can be a delicate dance, “If I was told I had to leave my phone at home, I’d likely stay with it.” Yikes! As with any special request you make of your wedding guests, you need to be sensitive and respectful.
If you’re unsure how to request unplugging in a way that won’t piss off your guests, we’re here to help. Below, we’ve got copy ‘n’ paste wording ideas for your officiant, wedding website, program, invitations — and even a pre-designed printable sign you can post at the venue!
Wording for an ‘Unplugged wedding’
We want you to be able to really enjoy our wedding day, feeling truly present and in the moment with us. We’ve hired an amazing wedding photographer named _________ who will be capturing the way the wedding looks — and we’re inviting each of you to sit back, relax, and just enjoy how the wedding feels. We’re respectfully asking that everyone consider leaving all cameras and cell phones off. Of course we will happy to share our wedding photos with you afterward!
Photo courtesy of Thomas Stewart Photography https://phogotraphy.com/2015/11/07/groom-cant-see-bride-for-phones/