One problem with choosing a wedding photographer is you can't easily compare them.
It's hard to compare wedding photographers. They all offer different photography coverage and try to lock you into a package, that might not work for you.
Some of them offer coverage by the hour, others go by events, e.g up to up to the first dance or speeches. And after locking you into a package, they then charge you extra because you have gone over your time! WTF
What about the photos or album? Well, some offer the digital files and others don't. Not to mention trying to hard sell you by offering a viewing or design session of your photos or album design. This is their way to sell you prints or extra album pages.
“Shouldn't you be allowed to buy the coverage and products you want. And not be locked into a package that doesn't suit your needs?”
Wouldn't it be easier for you to just tell your photographer what you need. Rather than being sold a wedding package that has options you don't care about?
What if you found a photographer, where you liked their style of work and got exactly what you wanted with no hard selling!
Flexible wedding coverage. Doesn't matter if it's an elopement or large wedding, it's all covered.
No Hard Selling
You get to pick and choose the options that are right for you.
The convenience to view your photos and share with friends, proof your album design and order all from the comfort of your home.
Everything is delivered to you!
"Mike. Once again you have done wonders with the photos you have taken. Dimi and I are so in love with your photos. We showed them to a couple of people here at Nelson bay on our honeymoon and they started crying."
"We were so fortunate to find Mike. He is everything we wanted in an engagement photographer- funny, nice, professional and really made us feel comfortable in front of the camera. He made the engagement session so much fun, and the time just flew by. The photo’s are just breathtaking- really creative, beautiful and they absolutely capture our personalities."
Printing your Wedding Photos in an album is an excellent way to display and preserve them.
My albums are printed on fine art paper and come with 60 pages giving you a good amount of space to display your photos without having to make compromises. For larger weddings, 90 page albums are also available.
A 60 page album, depending on how we design it and the length of your wedding, will have about 80 – 100 photos.
Every Wedding Album includes a proof book with all of your Wedding Photos printed inside. This will give you an idea how your photos will look printed and help you choose which photos to include in your Album.
Current prices include coverage within the Canberra region. I’m happy to travel to other locations for a small fee. Locations such as the South Coast of NSW and Sydney have been some of my favourites.
I enjoy photographing all types of ceremonies both religious and non religious, please contact me for pricing.
Of course! You can share and print your photos as you please.
On your USB you will get the high resolution files, as well as a smaller version of your photos which is easier to share.
I also include a password protected gallery of your Wedding Day & Engagement Session Photos, in case you wanted to show your whole Wedding to family and friends.
Your engagement photos will be available for download one week after your engagement session.
Your Wedding Photos will be ready two weeks after your Wedding Day and delivered a few days later on USB.
A link will also be emailed to you with a link to a password protected online gallery of your engagement and wedding photos.
– If you purchased an album or guest signing book, you will need to select your photos. Once you have selected your photos and approved the album design, your album will be delivered in approximately ten days.
You are more than welcome to choose the photos that go into your album. A 60 page album, depending on how we design it and the length of your wedding, will have about 80 – 100 photos.
Fine Art Paper is made of cotton rag and has a long archival quality lasting up to 75 – 100 years.
Another reason I use this type of paper is how the colours are reproduced when you print on that type of paper. Black & White photos are crisp and the blacks are deep. Colour photos are vivid and bright.