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Bride Getting Ready
Bridal Portraits
Groom Getting Ready
Groom Portraits
Wedding Accessories
Ceremony setup
Arrival of guests & groom
Wedding ceremony
Post-ceremony hugs
Joyful group photo
Formal family photos
Bridal party photos
Romantic photo series
Reception setup
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Emerald

Bride Getting Ready
Bridal Portraits
Groom Getting Ready
Groom Portraits
Wedding Accessories
Ceremony setup
Arrival of guests & groom
Wedding ceremony
Post-ceremony hugs
Joyful group photo
Formal family photos
Bridal party photos
Romantic photo series

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Amber

Ceremony setup

Arrival of guests & groom

Wedding ceremony

Post-ceremony hugs

Romantic photo series

NEW:
+ FREE ENGAGEMENT
OR BOUDOIR SESSION

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS:
Wedding Accessories
Bride getting ready & Bridal portraits
Groom getting ready & groom portraits
Group photo & family photos
Reception setup
Reception coverage



 


Wedding
FAQ's

How many photographers will be shooting my wedding?
Two - Tina & Doruk. Both of us will be there to ensure we can cover the bride and groom getting ready, typically in different locations, and to cover your day from our respective unique angles. Working together and getting out of town to celebrate weddings with happy humans is what we love doing and the range of photos and view points you see in our wedding portfolio is the result of both of us complementing each other in the way we tell the story of a wedding day. 

How many photos am I going to receive?
Frankly - as many fabulous ones as we manage to get. Some weddings are calm, flowing days without much fuss. Others have elephants, belly dancers, confetti showers, lawn games, guests doing the splits on the dance floor and morning-after breakfasts. We document what is happening in a way that tells the story of your day thoroughly and candidly. For full-day coverage from getting ready until the dance floor gets quiet, we have delivered anything ranging from 380 to 660 of final fabulous and edited photos. 

What kind of guidance can we expect from you on the wedding day?
We shoot mostly in a candid, documentary style mixed with a good measure of lifestyle and artistic shots. What do all these words mean for your wedding? It means that there is a time for a bit of styling (ring shots & jewellery, bridal portraits etc.) and guidance during a wedding AND a time for us photographers to become invisible. During your ceremony is when we are invisible. During your group photo is when we are the boss for a second just to get everyone to look at the camera and to wave and giggle. Your romantic photos are a bit like you taking your first stroll as newlyweds to a beautiful location with us tagging along. We know how to provide some guidance to get you both to completely relax and enjoy each other's company even if we're around. Our approach here is movement-based, so we might take you to a breathtaking spot and then simply ask you to walk towards us, to have a little boogie or to do other things (don't want to give it all away to keep some surprises for you of things to do). That approach works a treat every time and results in a range of joyful, calm and heartfelt romantic shots - the kind that probably made you check us out in the first place. 

Ask us anything
Did we forget to answer a question you have? Let us know and we will get back to you within the day. We always love hearing from you. 

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Tell us your wedding plans, ask us anything or let us know if we have forgotten anything in our wedding FAQs. We love hearing from you.

Wedding photo tips

SCHEDULING YOUR ROMANTIC PHOTOS
The perfect time for your romantic photos is always 90-30 minutes before sunset (Golden Hour). You can check out local sunset calculators on Google to find out when exactly the sun will be setting on your wedding day.

GET READY BY A WINDOW
When you get your hair and makeup done and when you get into your wedding dress, we recommend being close to a source of natural light like a window.

MUCH ADO ABOUT A DRESS HANGER
If you would like a shot of your wedding dress (+ veil) hanging freely, this is how you can prepare for it: remove all tags, close all zippers and hang it on a hanger that can be fully twisted. Try to avoid those plastic hangers with a rigid plastic head. If a hanging dress moves in a breeze while we take photos of it, twisting hangers can go along with the movement of the dress whereas plastic hangers can make our lives hard. A good-looking hanger is a bonus (doesn't have to say 'bride', just a simple wooden hanger is very effective).