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A £200 deposit is required at the time of booking and is deducted from the full price. The purpose of a deposit is to secure our services for a particular time and date and is therefore not refundable in the event of a cancellation. The photographer will decline any other enquiries for the date upon receiving this fee. The booking fee is payable within 5 working days from the date of booking. After this time the reservation will be automatically removed and the date will become open for booking. Weddings that are postponed to a later date will retain the fee only if the photographer can re-schedule the new date and time. All cancellations must be made in writing
50% of the balance of your wedding photography is required 6 months prior to your wedding. The remainder at your pre-wedding chat, approximately 2 weeks before the wedding. Any Upgrades and Additions are payable on order.
It is understood that all original digital and/or negative materials remain the property of the photographer and can be used for competition, display, exhibition, media publication and the internet. it is also understood that, if a disc is purchased, you have personal printing rights only. Images are not for commercial or suppliers use, (if suppliers request images they must contact the photographer) The client(s) hereby allow(s) the photographer(s) to display any photograph covered by this contract and to generally promote the business in advertising, brochures, magazine articles, websites, sample albums and prints, venue and other vendor samples, and other such material, providing that the images used are used lawfully and without damage to the client(s).
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All additions and upgrades must be paid for in full on ordering. this includes album upgrades, extra prints, albums, digital files, and any other services ordered after the event. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, cheque, bank transfer and PayPal online.
The photographer shall strive to accommodate reasonable requests in regard to poses used, location used and group shots taken. The photographer shall however be granted artistic license in relation to the poses photographed, the location used and the group shots taken.
The photographer’s judgment regarding the location /poses/groups and the number of photographs taken shall be deemed correct. Due to the vagaries of the weather and the willingness of subjects, it may not be possible to capture all the photographs requested. Photography is a subjective medium and while some people may like a picture, others may not. The couple agree that not all images provided by the photographer may be to their liking and concede that not every image the photographer attempts to capture will be successful. The photographer will overshoot so that after editing, the contractual obligations of this contract are still fulfilled.
For weddings involving church or other venues, photographers’ movements are sometimes restricted by the minister or officials in charge, which can result in parts or even all photography of the ceremony being restricted or prohibited, as may the use of artificial lighting. The photographer cannot take responsibility for limited coverage in such cases.
The photographer and/or assistant will not tolerate verbally or physically abusive behavior of the client or guests of the event and reserve the right to leave the event should any abusive behavior occur.
A hot meal for the photographer and assistant must be provided if the “LET’S DANCE” coverage is requested.
You will be able to view and choose your photographs on your personal online gallery, approximately seven days after your wedding. In the meantime we will start to design your album, which you will be able to view on your personal page approximately 14 days after your wedding. Images will be arranged in a manner similar to the our sample albums, unless otherwise requested in writing. After the initial design has been produced you will have 30 days to provide a list of all changes that are required, unlimited changes are allowed at this time but must be written as exact instruction. After the second draft has been produced according to the changes you requested from the first draft, you still have the option to make minor changes, but after this point you will be charged at a rate of £5 per individual change.