My partner and I recently had the pleasure of working with Graham at our wedding. Graham was amazing! He just has such a wonderful personality that really takes his photography to a whole other level. Thank you so much Graham, our special day wouldn’t have been as beautiful without you there.
On average 7-9 hours photographic coverage (assuming you have an evening reception)
500+ Hi-res and web optimised Jpeg images on USB
Slide Show set to copyright free music
Password secure online Wedding Gallery
Oh and yes you also get me for the day! I don't employ other photographers (unless of course you want 2?) I can guarantee you won't get some spotty second year TAFE photography student turn up... SURPRISE!
Without doubt YES! (Unless of course you don't want to have fun?) Your day should be fun & memorable (for all the right reasons). Your planning and preparation, stresses, blown out budget and 'do we really have to invite awkward Aunty Jan' moments have all led to this one big day.
My job is to ensure you feel as relaxed, calm and as photographically elegant and stunning as possible and assured that you will be getting the wonderful photo's you are hoping for. Most partners (men) hate photos but at the end of the day 99.9% of my couples say it was the best fun of their lives! As I say to all my brides the only thing you need be concerned about is why your Champagne glass is empty! And don't worry about him, beer makes everything easier!
Ah the most common question! Every couple want's their photo's the next day but the reality is anywhere between 3-6 weeks depending upon the time of year. Spring & Early Autumn weddings are very popular so the 'prep process' can get bogged down a little. On average most couples have their package within 4 weeks.
I have been photographing for 37 years, starting with a cheap camera and have read bucket loads of books about technique and lighting and all that really cool stuff. I ended up studying Media & Photography as my minor subjects while majoring in Music at ECU (& UWA) back in the early 80's. To be honest however it all got too expensive and difficult with film and I just used my gorgeous Pentax Super A for holiday snaps and important family occasions.
Then the digital phenomenon arrived and I actually grew to hate it as the point and shoot cameras frustrated the bum off me with their common problem known as shutter lag! By the time I'd set up to photograph a baby for example and pushed the button the baby had skittled off and was now 18 years old standing around the BBQ drinking Corona! Then in 2005 a mate introduced me to the digital SLR. BOOM! That was that! The rest you can read about me in the About section if you're still interested?