"Wow! Every shot is just perfect!!"
My approach to photographing your wedding is very much to play an unobtrusive role in the day. I work around you and your guests and I let the flow of what's happening continue...
"The guy is a ninja, it's like he's not there but still gets awesome images"
Yes, I've been called a ninja-photographer a few times now - simply because I manage to capture shots without people realising - and that's what helps keep it looking natural. You'll also probably see me lying on the floor quite a bit - always trying to find the most creative angle!
"Just looked at our photography, Chris Tromans you are amazing!"
Feedback doesn't get much better than that does it - so here are your main options for having me shoot your wedding day...
Half Day Package
This includes me photographing for up to 5 hours. This would usually be from around two hours before the ceremony to cover the later fun bridal preparations up to the wedding breakfast. I'll then head off and let you enjoy the evening!
Full Day Package
This includes two of us photographing for the whole day - from bridal preparations up to around half an hour after the first dance. However, if there's funky action on the dance floor after that, we'll be staying to capture it!
The Full Day package includes the following:
In addition to the items detailed above, the Album Package also includes a fantastic 10" x 10" Art White Album from Folio - see the Albums section below for further details on how these are designed.
Included in all packages - along with a secure online gallery - your wedding will be delivered in a unique and fantastic customised Wooden USB Presentation Box. This is shown in more detail here.
Exquisite albums are available and are uniquely designed by Chris Tromans Photography and produced by Folio Albums. Full details are available here.
Questions to ask any Wedding Photographer
Booking a wedding photographer is one of the biggest aspects of your day and to help you, here's a list of questions I would advise you ask any that you are discussing your big day with - What to ask your wedding photographer before you book