Tuesday 28 July 2009

Wedding Quotes

The information I require to provide you with a quote for your wedding is:

1. Your planned wedding date.

2. All locations that I'll be required to attend (eg bride's home, ceremony venue, reception venue, other photoshoot locations) and, ideally, with postcodes.

3. The number of hours coverage that you require. 8-9 hours is the most popular and covers bridal preps to first dance. Occasionally I'm also willing to offer 4-5 hours which allows me to cover the essentials. If you're not sure, then give me an indication of the time of the ceremony and when food is due to be served. I can then give you a few options depending on the events you want covered.

What will you receive?

8-9 hours coverage yields between 400-600 finished images with a licence to print and distribute to friends and family on DVD.

1. All your photos will be tweaked to perfection by me using state-of-the-art digital processing software.
2. Approx. 150-200 of your images will be converted to black and white (you will also receive these images in colour.)
3. I will burn DVDs with two sets of files for you. One high res (about 5Mb per picture) for printing - these print beautifully at A2 (16.5 x 23.4 inches) - and one low res (about 400Kb per picture) for viewing on your computer or e-mailing to friends.
4. I'll also burn you a presentation DVD which will allow you to show your photos using a normal DVD player (handy for showing off your photos to friends and family without computers.)
5. You will receive your DVDs within 1-2 weeks.
6. I'll post a selection of your photos online asap (generally within 4 days.)
7. Most importantly I grant you a licence to print and distribute your photos to family and friends (images can potentially be shared with commercial ventures, such as wedding venues, provided my permission is sought). This means that you can source your own prints and album and provide friends and family with copies of your photos. You don't need to pay me anything more!

I look forward to hearing from you.

All the best,


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