Sarah and Paul Photography

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Hi! We're Sarah and Paul and thank you for taking to the time to look at our profile. Our style of wedding photography incorporates traditional, contemporary as well as natural candid shots.
Pricing & Costs

Prices start at

£800
Details

Products and Services

Bridal Prep Shots
Back-Up Equipment
Flexible Hours on the Day
Last-Minute Orders
Stay Through Speeches
Stay Through Dancing
Large Group Shots
Online Shop
Second Shooter Available
Wedding Albums
Personal Online Gallery
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Shoot with Film
Images on USB
Photo Printing

Photography Style

Reportage / Documentary
Artistic
Traditional / Classic
Full Description

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Paul Furness
Hey! If you've got this far then your wedding plans are probably coming along nicely. One of our top pieces of advice for any couple booking wedding photographers is this: book the best your budget will allow. Our aim is that your wedding photos will bring back memories for all your lifetime, your children and their children too. Most other things will fade away or not be there, but if we do our job well, our images will bring back lots of memories. At the end of the day, they are priceless....

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2012
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
Yes
No. of People In Team
2
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Location & Contact Details

Address

Bradford, West Yorkshire, England

Travel Notes

Nearest Town

Leeds

Nearest Motorway & Junction

M62 Junction 28

Nearest Train Station

Leeds Central

Nearest Airport

Leeds/Bradford

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FAQ
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What is your most memorable wedding?

Our first! The nerves, the anticipation before, the people and from that point on, knowing we loved doing wedding photography.

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Candid, contemporary, reportage, traditional and relaxed.

What about your business are you most proud of?

The fact we are both "photographers". That is as opposed to those who are just photoshop users. Photography is about being able to capture a moment in time: a memory to one or maybe to thousands. We both grew up using 35mm which gives us the experience on not just relying on the camera to do the work, but us having the skill, talent and experience.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

As mentioned: choose the best wedding photographer you can afford. Getting a friend to do your wedding is a risk not worth taking. They may be able to take a cool pic on their smartphone on a beach, but do they know how to use a camera in low light or difficult situations. If you use your friend or a family member to try and save money you could lose more than your wedding photos. You could lose a friend.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

Oh there has been so many but the simple things are always the best.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

For all couples we meet within a few weeks of the wedding for a pre-wedding shoot: maybe once, maybe more. We believe that us getting to know each other well before your wedding makes for such better photos on the day. We cover everything from the Bride and Groom getting ready to your first dance and all the little bits in between. We take a small deposit to secure your wedding and ask for the balance nearer your day.

What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?

Just the two of you together, immediately after your ceremony. Just you two, somewhere quiet, no one else around. No friends, no family, no children. Just you both enjoying a very special moment.

What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?

An owl delivering the rings.

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

To capture what we can. But if the weather is horrendous then we always offer to meet the bride and groom on a later date to do some outdoor photos. Because we are nice like that.

Describe how you got into photography.

We both grew up using 35mm cameras. That meant having to spend all our pocket money on buying film and getting them developed. If we could only afford a 12 exposure film, then we made sure that we took 12 good photos. You couldn't take 100s and just delete the ones you didn't like.

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