Wedding photographers turn up on the day, snap away and generally leave a few songs into the evenings entertainment. There is however, a lot more work that goes into a wedding.
The Recce. I spend a good half-day a couple of weeks before the wedding day on a site recce. I'll check the Church/ceremony location, check all of the addresses and make sure I can find them, the venue and explore the local area. Quite often with a little bit of effort you can find stunning features and backdrops within a few miles of the wedding venue.
The Plan. Another important part of wedding prep is finding the best spots for wedding photographs before the day and coming up with a plan. This saves time on the day and ensures the wedding couple spend most of their wedding day with their guests and not me...and that I get the best wedding photos possible.
The Edit. Generally, for every hour I spend taking photos at a wedding I'll spend the exact same amount of time editing the wedding photos. You'll receive all of the wedding photographs in colour and black & white.
Below are a few recce wedding photos that I presented to a client not too long ago.