Elite Wedding Collection
Videography and Photography
One dedicated photographer
One dedicated videographer
8 Hours of continuous coverage
400 High resolution images received online
5-6 minutes Highlights Video
Digital Download via Online Gallery
Highlights Clip and Reel
When and how will I receive my images?
Production time is between 10 - 12 weeks. You will receive your images online.
Do you travel?
I only document and photograph weddings, events and lifestyle photo sessions on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
How far in advance should you book?
The year fills up pretty quickly, especially long weekends and holidays. It's best to book and confirm your photographer as soon as your date and venue are secured.
Saturdays are reserved for wedding bookings. Smaller sessions are booked on other days, either early morning or late afternoon in order to work in the best possible lighting.
Bookings are easy to make - simply select a package that best suit your requirements, email and request your date. I will then send through an invoice for a booking fee as well as the agreement for you to go through.
Once the booking fee is paid, proof of payment is received and the agreement is signed your date will be secured.
Depending on the chosen package, clients who have booked their weddings will either be emailed or couriered a welcome pack with a little gift as well as some helpful tips and guidelines for the planning of your wedding day.
Will there be a second photographer?
The service of a second photographer may be requested but an additional fee will apply.
Additional hours may be requested at R2000 per hour.
Vendors I love?
I have a big list of vendors I absolutely love to work with. I know that planning a wedding can be tricky and sometimes stressful in terms of finding reliable vendors. so please feel free to ask for advice and contact information of these vendors, especially if you're from out of town.
Do you offer RAW images?
No. The reason why photographers do not give RAW files to their clients is that the RAW files are a form of negatives owned by them. Even when a photograph is being commissioned, the client always pays for the final product such as JPG and not the original image itself.