OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When will we meet to discuss our big day?
Do you only photograph weddings?
How much does it cost?
How much extra is it to have you come to, say New York?
No problem at all, I travel throughout the UK and abroad. Usually it just involves my travel and accommodation expenses, but please feel free to contact me regarding your exact requirements. I regularly travel the length and breadth of Scotland for weddings so if you’re looking for photography which has taken me to some amazing venue suggestions, please get in touch.
Why should I book Tony?
Because you won’t regret it. I truly believe my creative and informal style is different to anyone else’s. I have a been a photojournalist for over 25 years working for, and supplying images to, some of the highest profile companies in the country, including The Guardian, Reuters, The Scotsman, BBC Magazines and many more.
If we book you, Tony, for our wedding, will you Tony take the photographs on the day?
Yes, I will be your photographer on the day. I don’t employ other photographers or subcontract work out. I do have a network of excellent photographer colleagues that I can call on in emergency, but I have not had to do this once in my 9 years as a freelance photographer. With bigger weddings I often do prefer to work with a second photographer to ensure I capture all those special and candid moments for you.
How will our photographs be presented and how long after the Wedding?
Your photographs will be sent to you via a secure web download (and/or USB) that you can share with your friends and family. Images are normally ready in 2 weeks from your big day and the movie takes 6 weeks or so to have the highlights ready for you.
How many photographs will you take on the day and can we request particular photos be taken?
You will end up with approximately 200-800 edited photographs, depending how long I am with you. We can discuss your requirements and any group shots you would like me to take beforehand, and I will ensure these are taken on the day. I prefer to keep any staged shots to a minimum enabling me to capture your day in a relaxed and unobtrusive way. I normally advise on having no more than 6-10 set group photographs and a large group shot with EVERYONE in it, which is always fun to do and has seen me perched on the edge of a fork lift truck in the past!!