Do you work with a second shooter?

Most likely. For weddings I like to work with my uncle as a second shooter. Since 2009 he accompanies me on weddings (when possible). He is more than just good company: he is a passionate photographer with an inexhaustible technical knowledge and great eye for detail and portraits. We both have our own style, this means you can expect a nice combination of both styles and unique moments.

I process and add his images to mine. This means all final images are retouched by me, so you won't even notice which images are his, and which are mine. Chances are that you might saw his images on this website without even knowing.


How many images do we get?

I always tell the whole story, not just the highlights. For most weddings (depending on the package deal) I deliver 750+ images, high-resolution & without watermark.


Do we get the RAW/unretouched images?

 

 

What's included in a package deal?

 

 

 

What kind of equipment do you use?

No, I invest a lot of time in editing my images. The editing part is one of the most important elements of my personal photography style next to the actual coverage.

 

Final selection of images (750+) on USB stick (high-resolution and without watermark) + mini album (15x15cm) with 15 images + digital slideshow with the highlights to show the first images to your family & friends without having to show them more than 750 images.

 

2x Nikon body's (D3 + D4) + Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 + Nikkor 85 mm f/1.4 + Nikkor 24-70 mm f/2.8 + sometimes a drone (if possible).

If my uncle/second shooter comes with me, double the equipment. For every shoot, I always carry 2 camera's with me. One of the reasons is that you never know when an inexplicable error code shows up (camera's remain technical mechanisms you know). Also, within every camera there is a flawless build-in back-up system that automatically makes a back-up of the captured images. So the images are immediately written from one SD card to another within the camera.

Better safe than sorry!

 

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