FAQ PAGE | PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY | YORKSHIRE
FAQ PAGE ANABELLEVIDEOPRODUCTION |YORKSHIRE PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOGRAPHY SERVICES | CASTLEFORD | BARNSLEY | LEEDS | WAKEFIELD | YORK |
Welcome to the FAQ section. Feel free to ask any questions and I will be more than happy to answer as soon as possible.
If you already made your arrangements and everything is in the place, now it is the time to choose a photographer/videographer. The photographer who will support you and understand what is it exactly that you want. Someone who will make you feel comfortable and at ease. After completing your booking, I will meet up with you, talk about details of the day. Usually, it is prefered to visit the location where we will be required to take photos. This will give you an opportunity to ask any questions you have. We will choose the best convenient time.
ON THE DAY
We will usually arrive 1 hour earlier before the day stars to set up equipment, check the location and light. I will also be working from a list of requested photos you have previously asked for in your consultation. On the wedding day, we can create a small private session for you both to ensure you have something special for yourself. This will look absolutely beautiful in your wedding album.
RECEIVING YOUR PHOTOS/ VIDEOS
You have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to final design. We are more than happy to upload high-quality footage on the DVD or online. However, we can also design a personalised photo album. You will be able to choose from a natural leather, hardcover, portrait, landscape, small and big. The options are endless. Just let your imagination flow and we will take care of everything else!
Delivery Time: 4-6 weeks
DO YOU HAVE INSURANCE?
Insurance is very important. We are extremely careful everywhere as we know what is at stake, and so nothing has ever happened. Some venues around the UK will not let in the crew without insurance. Our insurance covers £10m liability and that is more than enough.
WHAT IS YOUR SHOOTING STYLE?
It is all about the documentary approach. I have seen many photographers and videographers carrying tons of equipment, trying to figure out the best lighting. Let me tell you, they failed most of the times. A wedding is not a holywood movie. It is a life event. An event which happens only once, and we don't want to ruin it by putting the lights to your face and asking you every 5 minutes to smile or do a pose. I like transparency, natural light, everything is captured as on the day.