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Free Home Consultation, what is this?

Free?

Yes Free, and without any obligation, we won’t ask you to book, in fact we keep your date open for one week following this meeting to give you the chance to make an informed decision.

And while we know we are not the cheapest, we also know our style of photography and experience sells itself. This meeting give you an opportunity to view our work first hand, presented in the real world.

We introduced a free consultation service way back in the early 90’s.

Do you come to us?

We normally make the trip to you, but if this is inconvenient we are happy to make other arrangements to make it as easy as possible.  We can arrange for the meeting to be almost anywhere, maybe at a local coffee shop or with the venues permission at your venue.

What happens during the meeting?

Firstly it gives you a chance to meet me, the photographer who will be covering your wedding day and as such spending the day with you and your guests.

We get a chance to discuss your wedding day, its flow and  for me to learn a little about you both and your ideas of what you want from your wedding photography over a cup of tea.

Printed photography is my passion, it gives me a chance to show off my work in the way it was intended, as well as to show you some copies of real life albums from real weddings in full, nothing hidden.

Will you pressure us to book?

Never, I will of course offer you the opportunity to do so, but only as a matter of courtesy. I hold your date for 7 days following our meeting to allow you to make your mind up.

We love your work, can we book on the night?

Yes, by all means. we only visit you if the date is available to be booked and if your happy to go ahead a deposit to hold the date is required. This can be paid in cash or by card.

Do we need to prepare anything for the meeting?

No, but it may be helpful for you both to write a list of any questions or concerns that you may have, or may wish to ask me.