DO I REALLY NEED A WEDDING FILM?
This is a question I've heard a fair few times, mainly down to couples thinking they already have a photographer so maybe that's enough. What a wedding film does is not compete with your photos but compliments them by offering you an entirely different experience to re-live your day, with all the emotions brought to life that really put you back in the moment.
Plus wouldn't you want to watch your parents or grandparents wedding film if you could? It will stay with you forever to pass down for generations to watch, laugh and re-live your special day.
HOW CAN WE BOOK AND WHAT DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED?
Simply just fill out the contact form on the Get in Touch page or give me a call so we can discuss your day, make sure that I'm available and get the date secured for you. I ask for a 10% deposit to secure the date.
WHEN DOES THE FINAL DEPOSIT NEED TO BE PAID?
The final balance is due 30 days prior to your wedding day. I will send you a reminder leading up to this as I know how crazy things can get that close to the big day!
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO RECEIVE MY WEDDING FILM?
I will deliver your wedding film within 16 weeks, if you need to sooner for a particular reason thats something we can try to arrange for you as long as the time frame won't compromise the quality of the final edit.
HOW MANY HOURS DO YOU FILM FOR?
I will film your entire day, I don't charge extra for early starts or late finishes etc. I want to capture every moment and detail to create the best story possible so to do that I will make sure I'm there for the entire day.
CAN I REQUEST ANY SPECIFIC SHOTS?
Certainly. If there are certain people such as grandparents you want to ensure are highlighted or if you have any other quirky shots you would like me to get I will certainly do what I can to ensure I capture that for you in my own creative style
WILL YOU WORK WITH MY PHOTOGRAPHER?
Yes, I will always contact your photographer prior to the day as I think its very important for us to work together creatively and to ensure we both capture the shots we want without compromising one another.