Q. What deposit is needed to secure our booking with Infokus Wedding photography?
A. A €300 deposit and signed booking form is required to hold your date.
Q. Do you travel throughout Ireland photographing wedding?
A. Yes we do travel and have covered weddings in every corner of Ireland and also abroad.
Q. How long have you being working as professional wedding photographer?
A. Having studied photography from 2000 to 2003 I qualified as a photographer in 2003 and set up my photography company the same year – phew where has 12 years gone!?
Q. How many staff will be there on the day to work at our wedding?
A. As standard we work as a 2 person team with Sandra coordinating your day and Keith just concentrating on capturing those moments as they unfold.
Q. How long will the family photos take?
A. We call this part of the wedding “15 mins family photos” as it takes us 15 mins to photograph both sides, this we are very proud of and people really appreciate it.
Q. How long will it take for our couple photos?
A. This completely depends on you, however we usually take approximately 30 mins.
Q. Do you meet us before the wedding to discuss our needs?
A. Yes! This is the most important part of the planning process. We schedule a meeting within the week of your wedding where we spend approximately 3 hours visiting the church/ceremony venue, reception venue and any other areas that will be visited on the day – this meeting ensures a smooth and hassle free experience for you and your guests.
Q. How long do you stay at our wedding?
A. Our coverage is from the morning at the brides house (if you choose), to the speeches (when they are at the beginning of the meal) approximately 10 hrs, however if more time is need we can agree beforehand.
Q. When do we get to see our photos and receive our disc and prints?
A. We aim to have your photos to you within 6 weeks of your wedding.
Q. Do we get to see how our album looks before it is sent for print?
A. Yes we send you a proof of your album layout, which will show you the design layout and photos before it goes to print.