The most touching and evocative of images usually present themselves without warning and can never be recreated.
iconograf will be there, ready to sieze that moment; from just the right angle, with perfect clarity and an eye for the smallest detail.
Because we look just a little closer.
iconograf's copyright promise:
The copyright to all images we create for you, belongs to you, so you can take your CD into any retail photo shop and print as many copies as you want... with no copyright charges!
Our contemporary, photo journalistic, approach tells the story of your celebration as it unfolds throughout the day.
This inobtrusive reportage style captures the atmosphere, fun and emotion of each unique, precious, moment.
We still shoot the required group photographs of course... your family and friends would never forgive us otherwise!
That doesn't mean, however, that we line them up like soldiers on parade, with obviously fixed smiles. Our staging techniques will make your guests feel, and look, relaxed.
We smile, we have fun, we don't shout and we're not 'bossy'!
All images leaving our studio are cleaned, colour balanced and sympathetically retouched by hand to correct those tiny flaws that can spoil an otherwise excellent photograph.
Every couple, celebration and location is unique, so iconograf don't offer fixed price packages.
Our coverage is tailored to each wedding and quoted, without obligation, based upon your particular needs... although we always take a minimum of 200 shots and deliver at least 20 hand processed photographs with full copyright.
As a guide, expect professional fees from £299 for a mid-week, off season, wedding, up to £800 for whole day events, at the height of summer, including bride preparation, coverage of the evening reception and on-site guest portraits.
Call or email Linda on firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat and her professional advice on the options available.
Some more examples of our hand processed reportage style wedding photographs... click on a thumbnail to see the full screen version.