UNPOSED AND REAL

Our photographic style during an event is best known as reportage wedding photography, documentary wedding photography or wedding photojournalism.

 

These are buzz words that mostly wedding photographers use to describe the same photographic approach to capturing an event in a relaxed, unobtrusive style and without the need for multiple, often tedious family group photos and awkward poses.

 

TIMELESS

We don't place importance on photographic fads and recognise the value in timeless and natural pictures that tell an authentic wedding story.

 

My wedding experience ranges from small, low key and intimate weddings to grand and often traditional affair.

 

You focus on relaxing and I'll make the timeless and authentic images.

 

"My natural and unobtrusive style captures the essence of an event without the need for posing. I don't believe in photographic fads and recognize the value in timeless, elegant and authentic reportage photography, where each frame tells a story"

 

 

UNIQUE & RELAXED, JUST LIKE YOU

 

No couple or wedding is the same and we believe your images should reflect that. That’s why we take a personal approach to discovering who you are as a couple, and what’s important to you and your family. When we arrive on your wedding day we know exactly what you want and how to capture it so we never need to control what’s happening. With us by your side you can sit back and be fully present for all the anticipation, love, and magic as it unfolds.

 

We are  a witness.We are a couples’ eyes.We don’t run around shouting at guests or dictating the day and during the few moments We are called upon to photograph family or bridal portraits, We subtly go about my work in a relaxed way.”

 

For US it's important to allow people to be themselves and enjoy the day, with natural smiles and laughter as it always makes for better photos.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far in advance should I book your Services?

Most people book a venue first and then other suppliers.We have been booked as far in advance as Nine months and — at the other extreme — with a few weeks notice.

Do you offer wedding video or cinematography services? I'd like a wedding video — and I’d like everything to be done under one roof.

Absolutely! Typical deliverables include a wedding trailer (5-6 mins), and a full 45-60 minute wedding movie

Do you shoot both “sides” of a wedding?

Yes, we absolutely do! As a matter of fact, we highly recommend hiring just us to shoot both the groom’s and the bride’s family. It’s an absolute waste of resources to have two separate teams to essentially the same thing. We have enough resources in-house to be able to cover your entire wedding from start to finish.

Can I opt for only photography or videography packages/or hire another photography team?

Yes, of course.

My venue is very dark. How does your studio handle these situations and can I see samples?

We have shot in the darkest of dark Spaces and reception halls so no need to worry! If the situation allows, we will set up additional lighting to ensure we get focused pictures. Some chapels do not allow for flash photography; and for that reason, we shoot on camera’s with superb low-light performance and lenses with low apertures

Which photographer will be shooting my wedding?

Typically, the photographer you meet with will be the photographer for your engagement session and wedding. You may request to meet with a specific photographer; otherwise, we’ll make the decision based on personality, availability, language abilities, and your referral.

Do you provide partial day coverage?

Yes.

Do you touch up all the images in our image download?

Yes we do. Every image we deliver is post produced with our unique signature style of post-production. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, selective black and white processing, clarity adjustments, tone-mapping, and other corrections. Many photographers will not post produce any images, or will only post produce “select” images from your wedding. This means that you may have pictures that are too dark, have strange skin tones or other common photography flaws.