When should we book a photographer for our wedding?
In general, you should, book 9-12 months before your wedding. Popular dates always book up quickly, and to provide my clients with the utmost care and artist talent I limit only one wedding per day. If you’re looking for photographer last minutes, please contact me, I just might have that day free.
How long should the photographer be present during the wedding?
To capture your wedding with all the magic and the emotions you should at least have a professional photographer for 6 hours. I recommend a coverage of 8 to 10 hours to get all moments, from the bride getting ready to the first dance.
Will you meet us in person before the wedding?
Yes of course! Relaxed photos happen more naturally with a friend and not a stranger, so I really look forward to meeting with my clients. However, sometimes it is not possible to meet for coffee before hand due to the distance, so we’ll schedule a skype or telephone call so we can get to know each other more.
We’re not from Münster, how far would you travel for our wedding?
I travel throughout Germany, Netherlands and Europe for my clients. Please contact me if your wedding will take place outside of Europe, and I will create a custom quote for you, as I love to travel and capture weddings in many different locations.
Do we get a DVD with our photos after the wedding?
Every package includes artfully edited images on disc, and the number varies depending on the package booked. The most popular package includes 10 hours of coverage with around 800 images.
Should we do an engagement session?
I always recommend that my clients book an engagement session, as this is a great opportunity for us to meet each other before the wedding, and you also get to spend some time together as a couple. It also offers you a great opportunity to see how I work and provides you photos to use as part of your wedding invitations or a wedding website. My favourite however, is when my clients order a canvas for their home, what a great memory to have and to show everyone who enters your home the love you share.