Most frequent questions and answers

We offer three main wedding packages that start at R 15 000.00 and go up to R18 000.
Lifestyle sessions start at R 1 750.00 per session

Please drop us a line to find out a little more about our rates.

We understand that planning a wedding often lands up being more expensive than you expect. If our price falls out of your budget please get in touch with us anyway. We’d love to make a plan for you if we can!

We also offer an elopement package at R 10 500.00 for four hours of the day.
Please drop us a line to find out more about this. T’s & C’s apply.

We generally take wedding bookings 6 – 12 months in advance. This doesn’t mean we won’t take an earlier booking. Get in touch with us and to check our availability for your date. With our express wedding collection, we will only take your booking 4 months or less before your date.

You’ll need to complete our booking form and pay 50% deposit to secure us for the day.

Absolutely. You’re basically putting all your trust in us and paying good money to a stranger you’ve never met! We are happy to chat over coffee, a meal, or even a Zoom call.

Don’t worry about this! We understand that you are most likely not a professional model! We will tell you exactly what to do and crack lame jokes to loosen you up 🙂 By the end of it you’ll be so pumped that you’ll want more!

6 – 10 weeks, depending on how busy we are. If you have asked me about my turnaround time, please don’t keep pestering me every week about your wedding photos, I am working on it! 🙂

You get one photographer, either Laura or Malcolm. 

We generally get the creative shoot done within an hour, but it can sometimes take shorter than this, depending on the size of your bridal party and the location that we have chosen for your shoot. Anything longer than an hour generally results in annoyed and hungry guests! We always advise couples to entertain guests with canapés/games/live music during the creative shoot!

As long as you have a backup venue for rainy days, this really shouldn’t be too much of a concern for you! Moody skies are the new sunsets! We’ll bring some umbrellas and provided that you’re keen to get a little bit wet for that perfect shot, we’ll jump right into the rain with you!

We always scout the location prior to the shoot and plan out our shoots beforehand. It also helps if you give us an order of your wedding day so we know when to expect moments during your day.

Although we scout locations and plan our shoots, we have come to realise with experience that no two weddings are the same and copy-cat photography just doesn’t work. Our approach to photography is to feel out the moment and connect with the people in front of us in order to document the genuine emotions in the moment. Our favourite kinds of photos are the un-posed shots of couples who completely forget that we’re there behind the camera.

Our genre of photography can be classified as “Illustrative Wedding Photography”. This genre is a mixture of documentary/photojournalism with an artistic approach. This involves taking photos of all random little moments throughout the day. We love taking un-posed photos, as it usually captures the true emotion of the moment, but at the same time, our artistic approach to photography often means that some photos just look better if the bride and groom are properly posed.

Our goal is to document your moments in an artistic manner, so that our photos can be admired and appreciated as art. We combine elements of traditional, landscape and fine art photography into our style.

Would a chef serve raw chicken at a restaurant? Definitely not! Editing is the most important and most time consuming aspect of the photography process.

Generally we take about 3 000 photos per wedding and we obviously can’t give you all of them! We will choose on average about 600 to 800 photos to edit. 

Editing is an artistic medium that we use to emphasise the emotion that is being portrayed in the moment Our cameras are also heartless machines and don’t experience emotions! Certain pictures give off certain emotions, whether it is the emotion that we felt in that moment, or the emotion we feel when we look at the photo – it will determine the way that we edit that particular photo. As creatives, we are emotionally sensitive beings and we like to emulate what we can see in the frame. For example, the groom’s “first look” photo often looks better in black and white.

We take a mostly artistic, dark approach when editing. There is an underlying brown, moodiness to our photos with a a fair amount of desaturation. The skin tones are kept as clean as possible with minimal harsh shadows. Light is extremely important so although we edit dark that light source is by no means ignored rather enhanced with a darker exposure. You may find some grain in some of the edits as we play with light and lack thereof, which results in some pretty epic grain, which we go wild about! 

Our style can be simply described as dark and moody. We dig it and we hope you do too!! 

You pay us good money to do the editing for you, so it’s kind of wasteful to go and undo the hours and hours of editing that we have done for you. On average, we spend about 5 minutes per photo, depending on whether blemishes need to be removed on Photoshop. Also, we edit our photos in RAW format and convert them into JPEG format. Editing JPEGs generally causes a loss of quality and we don’t recommend that you try it!

Wedding client’s get given a flash disk in an awesome little wooden box! All lifestyle shoots are uploaded onto a cool little site called Pixieset, you will get an invite via email to download your photos there. 

No. If we didn’t include a particular photo as part of your wedding collection, it is generally because she was blinking/squinting/had a double chin/looks awkward, or the photo just didn’t work.

We shoot on Nikon cameras – a brand we’ve grown up loyal to. We use the Nikon mirrorless Z5, with a nifty fifty, and a Nikon D750 either either a 45mm or our 24 – 70mm. 

As far as editing goes, we edit using Adobe Lightroom.

No and no. Please no.