Why choose Geoff Telford Photography?
You will get a unique personal experience that will create memories that will last forever.
What about engagement/pre wedding shoots?
I absolutely love engagement shoots. Let me know if you do too and we’ll get it sorted.
How many pictures will you take?
I will often take 1000+ pictures at a wedding. The amount taken is dependant on a number of factors e.g. weather conditions and the amount of available time between the ceremony and the reception, for example.
How many pictures will we see?
Depends. 300+ is normal though.
Do you add every wedding to your online portfolio?
I would love to have the time to add every wedding. I try to add as many as possible, but as it takes a lot of time to put it together, please don’t be offended if yours doesn’t make it. It’s nothing personal.
How do we see our pictures?
Approximately 3-4 weeks after your wedding I will contact you and send you a link to your own web gallery. You are free to share this with whoever you wish.
Can I order prints after my wedding?
Absolutely. You get your images on a USB drive with permission to print. To save you any hassle, family and friends can order prints from the online gallery. I also offer a wide and varied range of exciting presentation ideas. Call over and see for yourself.
What cameras do you use?
I use professional Canon digital cameras. Each of these cameras are accompanied by professional grade Canon lenses allowing me to work unobtrusively in all lighting conditions.
How long does it take until we receive our album?
As a guide, you will receive your album approximately 2-3 months after you have agreed the final proof design. This can vary depending on the time of the year.
What about parent albums / mini albums?
Yes. These handy sized albums are available as an option when a full sized (12″ x 12″ or equivalent) album is purchased.
We want to book you! What next?
A deposit of £500 secures your date. Simples!
Do you accept credit / debit card payments?
Yes. All major credit and debit cards are accepted.