Modern Classic Wedding Photography ~ Fife, Perth & Kinross Scotland
Your wedding is going to be one of the most memorable days of your life, so on the Big Day, you don't want to be preoccupied with anything other than your partner, family and guests. Discussing and planning your photography beforehand (which includes making a list of essential family photos) is time well spent. Armed with my list (no more than ten photos please) of your family groups, we can crack through quickly, leaving you more time to enjoy your day and giving me time to get those natural, candid moments that everyone loves. How long we spend on your formal couple shots is entirely up to you. Twenty to thirty minutes is usual, but if you want to disappear to a special location, then you might need longer. I do pose my couples (so we can get your best angles and show off your gorgeous wedding attire) but the poses aren't stiff and I will never ask you do something you aren't comfortable with. If you're especially nervous, I recommend you book a pre-wedding shoot. It's a great ice breaker before the big day and you get to practise different poses to see what feels right for you.
How It Works
"Thank you ever so much for teaching me how to smile in pictures...we are really grateful for the beautiful work that you produced...We really appreciate your professionalism, advice and support and we love your work!!!"
Donatella and Donald
They say information is power and it's true. When we chat about your wedding photography, I'll need to know the time schedule for the day including the schedule your venue will be working to. I'm familiar with many central belt venues and the way they work, but it's important to discuss this ahead of the day so that we can all pull together like a well-oiled machine. If you're doing anything different, or need me to photograph a special detail or person during the course of the day, then I need to know. Equally, I need to be made aware of any 'sensitivities' within your families or between guests.
If you're having a late ceremony, or want to throw yourselves into the celebrations straight after the wedding, you might consider a 'first look', in other words, you see each other for the first time, before the ceremony. It's a little different, but it allows you to have a private moment alone before the excitement of the day and allows the photographer to take those first reaction shots without distraction. If you set aside enough time and include your close family and attendants, we can shoot your formal couple shots and close family groups before the wedding too. I'd love to hear from you if you would be interested in adding 'First Look' to your wedding photography package.
After the big day
After the big day, I will ensure that your previews are available to view within two weeks of your wedding date. Your finished, full resolution files will be delivered within six weeks of your wedding.