Frequently Asked Questions on Wedding Photography Shoots

Please feel free to ask if you can't find the answer

How would you describe your photography style?
I'm primarily a documentary photographer, in style and format, which gives me a great chance to capture the most intimate of moments as they happen, without interruption.

What time do the sessions take place?
That depends on your package choice. Check which suits you best here.

What happens if it rains?
We will have a plan for this eventuality. It all depends on your venue and the schedule for the day.

Do you take any traditional posed shots?
Yes. Although I tend to take the majority of photos in the moment, I will also direct and organise group photos. The classic pairings and groups will still be covered if you want them.

Do you photograph in colour or black & white?
I will take photos in both colour and black and white. If you only want one or the other then that is fine.

How do I view the photos after the session?
Four weeks after the wedding day your fully edited images will be available for viewing in a private gallery online. You will also be given some options for prints and finished products.

How quickly do we have to choose what to purchase?
You can take your time to get things right and choose what you want. There is no time limit but it's best to get things turned round within 4 weeks from receiving the gallery link.


Do you have insurance?
Yes, I have both public liability and professional indemnity insurance.

How do I book a session with you?
Just get in contact and we'll find a suitable date. All I need then is a signed contract and the session fee paid in full. This payment is non-refundable.

To view a full and broad range of my portrait work, and to keep up to date with my latest work and newest projects, then follow me on instagram and Facebook where you will find a comprehensive feed of my images and work.

All my non-portrait work is available to purchase through my online shop. Please visit www.claudiajoanvye.com or contact me to enquire about professionally printed, framed artwork.