I recommend that bookings should be done as soon as possible! There are times when you’re able to find available dates, however the most popular dates are normally booked two years prior. If you find yourself unable to book me due to date clashes, I am more than happy to refer you to my peers.
It takes conscientious planning, a thorough post-production and also lots of equipment to shoot a wedding. This brings us to the fact that professional wedding photography comes with a price. Most couples would like to stick to certain budgets and we could figure out on how to work with your budget.
In order to give you a fair picture of my price quote, some of these basic details are helpful: When is the wedding? Where is the wedding? How long would you like me to be present? How long is your guestlist? Drop me a request via my contact sheet and I’ll send a detailed offer. If you’re interested, we could meet or skype to go over the details.
No! It would be quite dull for me to only work inside of Salzburg. I do shoots all over Austria, Germany, Europe and beyond. It would be a pleasure to fly around the globe to shoot your wedding. No worries, travel doesn’t cost much. I bet we could find a solution for it.
Maximum editing time is six weeks. Generally your photos should be finished much earlier than the stipulated time, especially if your wedding ceremony was held off-season.
This depends on the duration of which you book me for. Every wedding is different and I cannot possibly give you a concrete number on the final selection. I usually make a selection of all the pictures taken, edit them and hand them over to you. Approximately 50 pictures per booked hour, give or take.
All the pictures are edited. I use Adobe Lightroom and partially with Adobe Photoshop. You will receive the pictures in the best resolution, in JPG format.
I use Nikon. My gear comprise of two full frame cameras and a couple of lenses. They are highly-reliable and are extremely durable. Therefore they are perfect for the taxing task of shooting weddings in rough conditions such as snow or rain.
No. I solely focus on wedding photography.