Essentially, this is a collection of Love. Of Romance. Of Partnership.
In the cases of Bridal Photoshoots, I have included a caption so that you are most definitely not lead astray as to their origins. These are not weddings, & I do not want to leave you to assume that they are. Some of these shoots have been for clothing designers & makeup/hair stylists, but while they are wedding related they are not take during a real wedding. You can, however, take from them a consideration of your posed formal photos (normally taken between your ceremony & reception).
Captions are viewable by pressing the “info” button in the top right corner of the gallery window. You may need to turn the slideshow feature off for this.
Something else to note, is that not all of my clients have examples photos from their wedding included here.
Some Brides & Grooms have requested for their wedding photos to remain personal & private, which is a wish that I am more than willing to respect. You are entirely welcome to write it into our agreement prior to the day & it will not incur any extra fees.
Photos for internet use are always going to have a logo in the bottom corner. This is for the legal protection of both you & the photograph – legislation has recently passed in the UK that allows someone to claim ownership of & sell photographs found on the internet that have no metadata embedded in them (or if it’s been stripped from the photo attributes), or that they “cannot find” the copyright owner of. How does a law in Britain affect us down under? The simplest answer: Social Media is viewable internationally. I’m sure you’d prefer not to find a photograph of the most important day of your life, being sold for use in adverts or framed on hotel or restaurant walls…. with you having no rights to anything that comes of it, because the ownership of the image has been legally transferred to someone else.
Your prints & your album? No mark on those images at all. (Unless you decide to take to them with a sharpie).
The wall of your home does not need protecting from the big, bad internet. ^_^