Here you will find some common questions related to our wedding photography
Some photographers end up running the wedding day, will you ?
Definitely not ! We aim to strike a perfect balance between being productive and being invisible !
Are you a full-time qualified photographer ?
Yes. Please be aware, there are of a lot of non-qualified, part-time photographers offering wedding photography and, although they can often be cheap, results can be disappointing. And as your photographs and wedding dress are the two main items you keep to preserve your memories, you should take as much care choosing your photographer as you do choosing that all-important, perfect gown.
Are we limited to the number of photographs in our album ?
No, you can add as many photographs as you wish.
How long are you present at the wedding ?
However long you want us to be there, it's up to you. We would normally start the day photographing the bride getting ready and finish just before the wedding breakfast. However, it is entirely up to you. You have the option to book us to cover the speeches and the evening celebrations too, if you like - although we promise to leave before the honeymoon !
How much time should we allocate to photography ?
As much or as little as you like, it is your day, not ours. However, because of the way we work, most of the photography will happen without you being aware of it. Occasionally throughout the day we will ask you to pose for a few gorgeous formal pictures, but none of our couples ever get 'fed up' with us !
Do you offer black and white wedding photographs ?
Yes, you can choose any photograph in colour, black and white or sepia - the choice is yours. You can even have a combination of all three in your albums if you like.
When will the proofs be ready ?
They will be available shortly after the wedding day at a time convenient to you. We promise not to keep you hanging on for weeks !
Will I see the layout of our album before it is printed in Italy ?
Yes, you will be able to approve it and make alterations if required.