Tel: 01986 232049
Email: nathan@neevephotography.uk

Frequently Asked Questions.

About Me.

Of course! I'm happy to travel anywhere, UK or abroad, wherever you want me to be! In terms of cost, I don't charge within a 50 mile radius of my home on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. After that there is a small charge for mileage.

This used to be my biggest fear and as a result in every effort possible to make sure your images are extremely safe and any risk is minimised. Not only do I have a camera that can record an image to several locations at once but I also back-up images onto a hard drive and laptop before I've even left your wedding. That way both of us can sleep easy knowing the images I've taken are safe and secure.

My most important piece of kit is my Canon 5D MkIV which, in my opinion, is the best possible camera I could have for the job I do. Not only that but I importantly have several back-up to use in 'in case of emergency' situations as well as a mixture of zoom and prime lenses which gives me the flexibility capture any shot I could possibly need.

This used to be my biggest fear and as a result in every effort possible to make sure your images are extremely safe and any risk is minimised. Not only do I have a camera that can record an image to several locations at once but I also back-up images onto a hard drive and laptop before I've even left your wedding. That way both of us can sleep easy knowing the images I've taken are safe and secure.

This is probably the most commonly asked question and although I'm more than happy to answer it, it's really not as important as people think. I'm a documentary style photographer, which simply means that for the majority of the day I take a 'fly on the wall' approach, attempting to be as unintrusive and unseen as possible, simply capturing the day as it happens in all its beauty. That's not to say you won't see me, if you want group family shots for example I'll pop my head up.

If I'm honest, I do to! And for that reason I've developed my style to try and capture moments in as natural a way as possible with minimal intrusion.  That way I can keep the emotion, passion, love and excitement of the day without making you uncomfortable and ruining your big day.

General.

In an abrupt way, they don't. In my case I have to be aware that in order to get the images I do it requires thousands of pounds in equipment, a lot of time (not only on the day but in editing time), requires a lot of talent, practice and ability as well as constant reading and practice to keep up to date with new techniques and tech.

This is a difficult question to answer in such a small post but it crucially falls into four main categories.
1. You like the images they produce.
2. They're consistent.
3. They're somewhere near your budget.

3. And most importantly in a lot of cases, you like them.
This is an over simplified list so I've created a quick blog post with some more details, so head over there if you want to know a little bit more.

A photographer is in a relatively unique position when it comes to weddings, mainly due to the fact that they're both one of the first things most people book and they're with you for the longest on the day. For that reason I often encourage my couples to ask for as much help as they need when it comes down to the planning of the day. And if not, a lot of the questions I ask tend to prompt some thought such as; what's your itinerary?

If you have any other questions, head over to the contact page!