Your Wedding Questions
I can only afford one, should I choose photography or videography??
That is very personal to the client, I would start by thinking about what you want after the wedding. If you want wall art, frames with your photos in your home or an album to look back on, then photography is right for you
If you don’t really want frames or wall art and consider a motion to better capture the emotions and story of your day go for videography. It is possible to capture a still frame from video, but as we shoot slow shutter speeds for a cinematic feel to our videos, the still frames will not be as sharp as a real photo
How long till I get my wedding photos or video?
Wedding videography editing is more involved than still photos, we advise a delivery time for your finished film between 6 – 8 weeks. Again during quieter times of the year, this can be 4 – 6 weeks.
Do I need more than one photographer or videographer?
If I want a wedding album for my photos, can I also get the digital photos?
Can I customise my wedding album?
Cover style and material
Page paper style
Number of pages
Your Portrait Questions
Where can we have our portraits taken?
We take portraits outdoors on location, at the clients home, in our studio or a bigger studio if needed. So you can have whichever you prefer.
How long does a portrait session take?
This depends on the type of portraits you require, but most are between 45 – 60 minutes for the actual photoshoot.
What do we need to wear for our portrait photoshoot?
For family portraits, we suggest you wear neutral outfits and try to avoid strong colours like a red or orange t-shirt for example.
How do we view our photos?
When do I get my photos?
Nick Bunton Studios
1 Lodgelands Close