Frequently asked Questions
There are probably a lot of questions that you may have regarding your Wedding Photography.On this page,I will try to answer as many as I can,but of course,if you have any questions not included on this page,please feel free to Contact us.
How many photos do I receive?
There is no set amount of photos.The amount of photos depends largely on the amount of coverage and the amount of people at your Wedding.For a smaller Wedding,with maybe 3 or 4 hours of coverage you might expect 150-250 photos,whereas for a Full Day Wedding with 200+ people you might expect 350-450.
Are you insured?
Yes. We have Full Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance.
This ensures that should there be any accidents or damage we would be fully covered.
How much of a deposit do I need to pay?
A deposit of €500 secures the date.We cannot provisionally hold your date,as we may,in the mean time have to turn down work.Your Wedding is confirmed upon payment of the deposit,and receipt of a signed Wedding Photography Contract.
How do I book?
To book,simply Contact us via our Contact page,giving details of the date,and some idea of the coverage that you would like.We will then contact you,and arrange a no obligation consultation to discuss what we can offer you.
This is done at our expense,and we are quite happy to travel to you.
Do you travel?
Yes...We don't charge extra for travel within the Republic of Ireland.
We are also available for Destination Weddings.This is simply charged at the normal package rate plus expenses.
What happens if you get sick on our Wedding Day?
If this was to ever happen,we would arrange for a Fully insured professional to cover your Wedding day.Any extra expense incurred would be paid for by ourselves.We have a network of professionals that we can turn to,should this ever happen.
Who owns the copyright?
The photographer retains copyright.With a disc package,however,you will receive the Hi Res photos,free of all watermarks on the disc/usb.These are for use by yourselves and your family and friends,and are for personal use only.Permission must be sought for any commercial use (eg: advertising)
We hope this has answered your most pressing questions
If you have any other questions,please feel free to Contact us.