Frequently Asked Questions
1. HOW do we make the reservation?
Email me! If the date is free we can set a call or a meeting. To secure your date reservation, a 20% deposit payment and a signed contract are required.
2. CAN YOU RECOMMEND A MAKE-UP ARTIST/FLORIST?
Definitely. Beautiful and elegant photos are the result of a lot of factors such as the work of the photographer, hair and make-up artist, dress, etc. If you need any recommendations, I will be happy to share the contacts of the best vendors on the market.
3. WHAT ARE YOUR PRICES?
Prices start from 1900ch for wedding coverage and depending on the package which you will choose. For more details please get in touch through the contact page.
4. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE?
My photos are candid but elegant and refined. It is a combination of fine art photography and documentary genre. My favorite way to work is to capture events as they naturally go: real moments and emotions.
5. WHEN DO WE RECEIVE OUR PHOTOS?
You will receive your photos between 8-10 weeks after your wedding day. The images will be in high resolution and print-ready.
During the first week after the wedding, you will get 10-15 sneak peek photos.
6. CAN WE ORDER ALBUMS AND PRINTED PHOTOS FROM YOU?
Yes! Having an album is something tangible to relive your memories. It's something to pass onto your grandchildren. Contact me please to get more info about the selection of additional products.
7. CAN WE MEET BEFORE BOOKING?
Yes! Absolutely. I will be happy to meet every couple I shoot. Over a cup of coffee or a video chat, we can get to know each other and I can help with any questions concerning your beautiful day, such as creating a timeline, planning, etc.
8. HOW MANY B/W VS COLOUR IMAGES DO YOU DELIVER?
The ratio for delivery is typically around 25% black and white and 75% in color.
9. HOW MANY IMAGES DO YOU DELIVER?
I don't want to limit myself by giving a specific number of images. I edit usually all good images made on the wedding day. For a full-day wedding, you will receive a minimum of 600 images.