The Questions that mightinterest you

What is your style and approach to wedding photography?
The way I approach shooting is to maintain a photojournalistic style as much as possible, while also preserving the artistic aspect of wedding photography. I enjoy experimenting and allowing myself to be guided by my emotions each time, without having everything planned out.
Are you willing to travel for weddings? 
Absolutely! Being based in Paris, I frequently travel throughout France and Italy to reach my couples. Every journey is an enriching experience for me, reigniting my curiosity for the land I visit.
How many images will we receive and do we get usage rights? 
The number of images you receive depends on the coverage included in your chosen package. For a complete wedding day, including bridal preparations through to the early hours, you can expect around 5-600 images. You will have full and unrestricted personal usage rights to print, share, and distribute the images as you wish.
Do you take posed couple portraits, and if yes, when?
Usually, I allocate around 5 to 10 minutes for couples at the outset of their drinks reception. The portraits I capture are a spontaneous outcome of a leisurely stroll in picturesque surroundings. I don't orchestrate poses for couples; rather, I aim for these portraits to seamlessly integrate with the candid moments. You can find examples of the style of couple portraits I strive to achieve in my wedding stories. Additionally, in the summertime, I might also invite couples for a brief walk later in the day during the golden hour, that enchanting period shortly before sunset when the light is particularly magical.
How long after the wedding will the photographs be ready? 
Your images are ready within 8 to 10 weeks following the wedding. I always aim to try and deliver them sooner than this if possible.
How far in advance do we need to book?
Depending on the month you’re getting married, I’m often booked a year or two in advance. I limit the number of weddings that I take on each year to assure that I’ll have ample time to focus on each one individually, so it’s worth reaching out sooner rather than later to reserve your date.
It’s always best to complete your booking as soon as you’re sure I’m the photographer for you. A signed contract and a retainer are due to reserve your date.
Can I have a few classic photos with family members?
Yes, of course. Even though I don’t do classic, meaning posed, photography, I can allocate some time for group shots with your family and friends. I  understand that these are must-haves in a family album and some of your relatives wouldn’t forgive you for not taking them.
Do you work as a team or alone? 
I primarily work alone, as I view photography as a perspective that is inherently personal. In some cases, I might have a second photographer.
Do you provide Engagement Shoots?
Certainly, I offer Engagement Shoots as an option. These sessions are designed to be laid-back and in line with my documentary style. The purpose of the Engagement Shoot is twofold: it allows us to become familiar with working together before the wedding day, and it helps couples alleviate any concerns they may have about being photographed.
What’s the booking procedure?
First, you let me know more about your wedding, we agree on details, then I prepare the agreement, you sign the agreement and pay a 20% deposit. Once that’s received I’m all booked for you.
How much does a wedding photographer cost?
The average cost of my wedding photography service is between €1500 and €3000 with typical client spending about €2000 for a full day package with digital delivery gallery.
Engagement sessions start at €450. Album start at €600.
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