Going to Falcon Manor This Weekend?

Before you check out how my pre-wedding shoots work I have an offer for you if you’re popping along to The Falcon Manor wedding fair this weekend with Little White Books. I’m running three FREE pre-wedding shoots for the first couples to book this weekend. Not only will they be relaxed, creative and fun, I’m hoping we can produce some brilliant award winning shots. Make sure you pre-register on the Little White Books site and I’ll see you at the fair.

Why Have a Pre-Wedding Shoot?

Pre-wedding shoots are a brilliant way of getting used to the camera and exploring ideas around your wedding photography. I’m not full on with setting up every single pose and shot but the pre-wed shoot means, that come the wedding day, the camera is even more in the background and it all comes even more naturally. Plus you get some choice photos that you can use at the wedding for invites, save the date cards or maybe something creative like getting guests to sign a set of them on the wedding day. Most of all, and like the wedding day itself, it’s relaxed, natural and fun.

How It Works

Pre-wedding shoots are usually arranged by request or are part of the Titanium package. They are a two or three hour sessions and planned to be in a place that you are comfy in. It could be somewhere outdoors locally or somewhere completely original. We chat all this through and once we’ve come up with the place and time we swap a few ideas and then just go for it. Once done you typically receive and edit of about 50 photographs. These are all properly edited in the same way your wedding photos are done and then delivered to an online gallery with your own login. They can be shared easily and from there we can look at prints and any use you want for them for the wedding day. In many ways the photos are a bonus to the shoot and the real gain is just having a relaxed time in front of the camera which sets you up perfectly for your wedding day.

Check out these photos and see how easy and relaxed it can be. Just click on a photo to see the full set.