Info to answer some common questions
Where can I find your prices?
Please fill in the contact form HERE and I will send you all the information you need 🙂
How long is the typical coverage for a wedding day?
Most people book for 8-10 hours, this ensures I don’t miss anything.
Will you edit the photos?
I cull and edit every photo that gets delivered to you using a host of editing suites.
Is photography your full-time job?
It is, and then some. But my lovely wife Rika helps me a lot with emailing and accounting, I think women know better what women want.
What is your shooting style?
I am unobtrusive when I need to be, so everyone focuses on what’s important, you guys.
But during certain times of the day, I get a bit more hands on to direct you into the best light and compositions. I also know that most people have never been photographed like this and so it can be a bit nerve-racking or awkward, so I spend a lot of time joking around and letting you be yourselves. Soon you don’t even notice I’m there.
My Wedding isn’t in Japan or Australia, do you travel for work?
Since I already work in 2 countries, the answer is yes. I love traveling to new locations to work, there’s nothing like exploring new places to find new and creative ways to capture my clients.
How much time should we allocate for photos throughout the day?
Here is a rough idea of how much time I usually advise to have for each part of the day.
* Groom getting ready – 30mins – 1hr
* Bride getting ready – 1.5 – 2hrs
* Family & Group shots – 15 – 30mins
* Location Photos – 1.5 – 2hrs
* Reception time – All the rest of it
Please remember to factor in ample travel time between venues and locations and also take note of the sunset time on your wedding date to ensure that we get plenty of natural light on the location/portrait shoot.
Do you offer engagement sessions/couple portrait sessions?
Yes for sure, I love engagement sessions! Not only are they a great way for me to get to know my clients better, they are also a great practice run for you. And I find that the images created are often used for wedding invitations or on the actual wedding day.