Pre-wedding photography portrait sessions are a fantastic way for us to get to know each other better and to have some fun! I find that these sessions further improve photography on the wedding day by making couples more at ease in front of the camera if they’re a little camera shy. It also gives an insight into what poses and angles work best for you and also your photography preferences.
I love natural portraits but I always give some guidance as this helps create better shots. You’ll find out the way I work and I’ll find out how flexible you are with my ideas and poses!
Pre-wedding sessions are very informal and last around an hour at a suitable location of your choice. The retouched images are uploaded to a private gallery where you can view, share or purchase prints or even a signing frame. The high resolution images will be included on the USB with your wedding images.
Your favourite image can be printed and mounted to be used in a signing frame on your big day. The frame is displayed at your wedding venue allowing your wedding guests to sign it and pass on their best wishes, creating a personal momento of your special day. This is then hung on a wall in your home for a lasting reminder.
The frames are available in two colour finishes – black and champagne and come with a hand-finished double mount emphasising the image in the centre.
16 by 16″ or 20 by16″ Signing Frame – for upto 80 guests – £130
20 by 20″ or 20×24″ Signing Frame – for over 80 guests – £180
View recent Pre-Wedding Photography shoots on my Blog:
Last weekend I caught up with Steve and Kirsty for their pre-wedding shoot at Prestonfield House. It was the ideal location for their pre-wedding shoot as they're tying the knot there in just under two months. I've photographed a wedding at Prestonfield once before...
I met up with Natalie and Grant at St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile for their Edinburgh Castle pre-wedding shoot. We walked up to Edinburgh Castle taking a few shots along the way. Natalie and Grant are getting married at St Giles and having their reception at the...
It was great to meet up with Karen and Ally for their pre-wedding shoot around Rumbling Bridge Gorge. The walk made for a dramatic setting overlooking noisy rumbling waterfalls! Karen and Ally are getting married at the end of December at Orocco Pier, a venue that I...