Professional Wedding Photography by Andrew Miller, Wicklow, Ireland

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Frequently Asked Questions about wedding photography.

When should I book a wedding photographer?

Once you have established your date. First, verify that we are available on your wedding day by contacting Andrew on 0862404008, or by e-mail. Or complete the enquiry form on the contact page of this website. After you have confirmed your date is available, please complete a booking form and send by post or email. Payment of a booking retainer (€350) to secure the date can be made by bank transfer or paid over the phone by Visa card. This is deducted from the final balance.

Are you insured?

Yes. We are fully insured with Public Liability and Indemnity Insurance. Many venues and most locations, especially OPW properties, require your photographer to have insurance.

When do you start photography and how long do you stay?

We start with the morning preparations, usually about 90 minutes before the ceremony and stay up to the dinner call for our standard packages but we can stay until first dance or so, if requested.

What is a pre wedding shoot?

We can meet up with you before your big day to take some relaxed, casual shots. This helps on the big day when you know what to expect as we have already worked together. Images may be used for parents, as an engagement potrait or for a signature mount for your wedding day.

Do you take group photographs?

We happily accept requests to photograph groups of family and friends. A wedding is a good opportunity to get everyone together for a family photograph. Often it is best for a responsible person from each group to organize those individuals so that the group photos can be taken quickly. That leaves more time to celebrate the day.

How many pictures do the couple receive?

It varies, usually 500+ photographs on a USB stick, from which to select your album pictures. You may also freely copy or make prints to share with your family and friends.

When will we see our wedding pictures?

Usually the images are posted to you before you return from your honeymoon. Once you have selected your favorite pictures we can begin designing your album.

Do we own the copyright of the pictures?

No. Andrew Miller Photography always retains the copyright; but you are free to copy, print and the share the pictures from your wedding, just not sell them!

Do you keep our wedding pictures after we have received our album?

Yes. We store the image files for at least seven years.

Do we have to have an album?

No. But a Wedding Album has a greater degree of permanency than a hard drive or an iPad for example. As technology advances what is amazing today will quickly be discarded. A printed album is designed to last many generations and does not need batteries! The albums we offer from GraphiStudio have a lifetime warranty.

I want an album, can I see the layout design before it is printed?

Yes, we send a copy of the design for all our Wedding Books by email for you to approve, making any adjustments required before organizing the printing and binding. You can have as much or as little input in the design as you like. Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome.

Do I have to choose my album before the wedding?

No. You may make your final selection of album after you have had time to look at your wedding photographs. This way you are in a better position to make the best choice for you. Of course it helps us to have an idea of what you might have in mind.

Do you travel to photograph weddings?

We have photographed weddings across Ireland, in the UK and destinations abroad. There is no charge for travel within a radius of about 100 km, after that a small charge for fuel may apply. For destination weddings please ask for a quote.

What Next?

You are welcome to meet up and look over some albums and examples of our work and discuss your plans. Evenings and at weekend appointments are welcome. Please telephone to make the arrangement.

What is a post wedding shoot?

Sometimes called trash the dress or cherish the dress shoot etc. A fun photography session after the honeymoon, in a location around Wicklow such as the beach, Glendalough etc. Do things not possible on your wedding day. The dress deserves a second outing! For the bride, bride and groom, bride and bridesmaids; you choose.