PRE-WEDDING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)
I love working with modern romantics. Your pre-wedding photoshoot is the first chapter in your wedding love story and I'd love to help you set the right tone with my style of photography. I strive to create a photoshoot experience for you where you can expect beautiful photos that really capture what it's like to be in love! You may just leave your photoshoot a little more in love than when you came into it. 🙂
Highly recommended! Engagement sessions are perfect for a number of reasons: First it helps you become more comfortable in front of the camera as well as with your photographer. As a photographer, it gives me the opportunity to get to know you better and also learn how you photograph in terms of great angles and level of comfort in front of the camera. This way come wedding day - I'll already know what works best for you which will save us time and lead to even more fabulous pictures!
You'll also get beautiful and professional images you can use on your wedding website, "Save the Date" cards, e-vites, wedding signature frame, wedding signing book and souvenirs at the wedding reception etc.
Here are a couple of ideas:
- Online save the date
- Save the date cards
- Wedding website
- Wedding app
- Guest signing book
- Guest signing frame
- Beautiful frames at the wedding reception
- Guest souvenirs
- Wall art for your home - your first heirloom piece together as a couple
- Engagement album - your first album together as a couple
There are lots of options.
Absolutely! I put you both at ease during the portraits session by giving simple directions. I keep a close eye on your movement and mimic your natural movement so nothing looks awkward or forced. A lot of clients are often quite nervous before their portrait session but feel great and even more excited about their wedding afterwards. Our time together is spent finding out who you really are as a couple and letting that love shine through the photos. I promise to take good care of you. 🙂
It depends. If you are getting married outdoors, then maybe you want to mix it up with some studio portraits. Or if you are getting married in a hotel, then maybe have some outdoor portraits instead. This gives you more variety with the wall art in your home. The Wani Olatunde Photography studio in Milton Keynes is located on a picturesque farm with a lake - so I am able to offer my clients the best of both worlds. #winning