So, why choose Suffolk wedding photographers Him&Her on your wedding day team for the big day?
Well, it's a good question and to answer it fully we'd really like for you to come visit us (or us come to you) Ideally, we'll have access to tea and plenty of time to show you what we do, how we do it - and to answer all your questions to your satisfaction.
For right now though, we'd been reading a blog on Boho-Weddings about the subject, and it raised several important points, but didn't quite pick up on something we feel really strongly about - Image quality. The original article is here for those who fancy a read.
Wedding photography is all the same with digital cameras right?
Well, no, not really. In the pictures shown above, we've tried to show a couple of things, first is that although composition, creativity, sharp focus, good colour balance and all those important things do have an impact on the final picture - and require experience, a sprinkle of flair and good equipment to achieve; You'll also want a digital file you can expect to archive and view, but also print off to enjoy.
The picture above is around 1/50th the size of the original file supplied to our client. That means a full size print of a size you'd struggle to carry in a light wind. Big, we mean really big. Often our wide angle shots could cover the wall of your living room!
Isn't that all a bit technical and boring?
Maybe? But you'll have to forgive us, we're kinda into all this stuff! The point though is about having chosen the right equipment, having a thorough understanding of how and when to use it - and being able to get that done whilst rushing about backwards, knowing that our client has to be somewhere awfully important in 30 seconds time! We then need to ensure our editing is to a high standard because people really are able to examine it closely (especially if you are one of those who did decide to put the photo on your living room wall!) It's what we do and love to do, and the outcome is being able to sit looking through a wedding album filled with beautiful pictures and for each one to hold your attention as your eye wanders around the story unfolding.
Was that two reasons?