My latest FAQ topic is all about engagement photo shoots, or pre-wedding shoots if you’d prefer. Engagement shoots are photo shoots that take place in the weeks or months ahead of your wedding. It’s a nice opportunity for you to get used to being in front of the camera, and to get an idea of how you will feel on the day.
With Christmas and New Year a distant memory, many people are starting to think about wedding plans. If that sounds like you, then you may very soon be deciding on who you’d like to take your wedding photos.
Last year I started a series of FAQs blog posts, which, as the title may suggest, aims to answer the many questions you may have when it comes to choosing your wedding photographer. The series is basically an extension of my frequently asked questions section of my website, elaborating on some of the questions and answers, and hopefully helping you during your search for a photographer who will fit your wedding needs.
Sadly, I neglected to keep up to date on this series, as weddings, life and that pesky GDPR hoo-ha got in the way. Needless to say, it was a pretty poor effort on my part. But let’s put that behind us and get going with the latest frequently asked question:
How do I book you as my wedding photographer?
A few weeks ago, you may recall, I launched the first of a series of blog posts that focus on the questions I am often asked relating to wedding photography and the services I offer. The series is basically an extension of my frequently asked questions section of my website, elaborating on some of the questions and answers, and hopefully helping you during your search for a photographer who will fit your wedding needs.
You know when you get one of those bright, sunny but cold autumnal days? Well Rachael and Josh’s wedding last November at St. Mary’s Church in Garforth, followed by reception at Thorner Victory Hall was just one of those days.
Rachael and Josh booked me a few months prior to their wedding. They said they were having a very relaxed kind of day. They had booked the church for fairly late in the afternoon, opting for a 3pm ceremony. The plan was after the church they would go to the reception venue and straight into the night do. I do’t think they had planned on speeches initially, but decided to do so in the end.