Kent Wedding Photography Rescue.
Have you been let down by your photographer at the last minute?. Has your Images not come out how you wanted.
It’s never any fun being let down. As a result I cater for rescuing* the images that you wanted for your magical day.
So what’s involved. I operate a Wedding photography rescue service across the whole of Kent and south London. Including some next day wedding photography services subject to availability.
Being the Bride & Groom planning your big day takes a lot of time and expense and things can go wrong at times. If you have been let down at the last minute by your photographer. Then I maybe able to help, by simply contacting me direct using the link below. Please provide me with as much detail as possible this would include:
- Your location for your, Bridal prep (if required)
- Ceremony location
- Reception location
- Any other locations involved on your day
- Any specific events that you require to be captured for your day
- Photo requirements, in particular groups and family shots etc.
- Your style of photos, Fun, Romantic, Natural etc.
Furthermore I provide many wedding Photography packages to cover your day. However I will try to match your day depending on location where by some travel expenses maybe involved.
My Wedding Rescue service provides professional editing services and wedding albums subject to the package requirements needed. And express permission from the original photographer before editing can begin.
Has your wedding photographs provided you not what you expected. Are they lacking editing. My photography professional editing skills may save your dream wedding.
So whats involved.
Rules …Copyright & Uk law.
Editing your images is dependent on a couple of factors. Step 1 Having permission from the original photographer who shot them. Before proceeding to the editing stage. This is vitally important to unsure that the Uk copyright laws are not broken. This would be a case of contacting the original photographer and to ask there permission to edit their photographs. Written permission would be enough.
Step 2. Once permission has been agreed I would require the original files (Raws files if possible). Or minimum, High resolution Jpegs would be the next best thing.
Furthermore Please note poor quality pixelated, jpegs would be more tricky to edit. Hense there would be no guarantee for quality when poor quality images are provided.
This applies to mobile camera phone photographs submitted.
For information about my wedding rescue service please use this link to contact me direct.
*Once permission has been sort and you have high resolution images not including mobile camera images.