lets go on an adventure

elopement photography in the uk




    * 2 hours (minimum) £350  /  4 hours £600  /  £150 p.h after;
        • * High resolution images received through an online gallery for you to download;
        • * Online private slideshow to experience your first look of the day and share it with others;

          • Travel may be extra.

let's get married

wedding photography uk




    * Careful post processing of the images to make them the best they can be;
      • *High resolution images received through an online gallery for you to download;
      • * Online private slideshow to experience your first look of the day and share it with others;
        • * Me, Fiona Walsh, with my style and 10+ years experience.

        • ———-

          You can also add extras such as images on a usb stick, wedding books, and additional hours.

          Please contact me for a brochure and to see if I am available on your wedding date.

          The deposit is £300 and the remaining balance is due 4 weeks before your wedding date.


Who owns the copyright?

Legally, the person who took the photo owns the copyright. You have license to print the images and use them personally amongst family and friends. You cannot modify them (like instagram filters), or send them to your suppliers where they use them for promotion without permission.
*Please direct any suppliers to me for copyright permission if they wish to use the images commercially e.g., your venue, florist, or make up artist.

How many photos do you take?

There is no limit to the amount of photos I take. An average amount of photos in your final collection would be around 400 – 500, but can range from around 300-800. More images can be delivered if I have lots of time to do them on the day, like for example after the meal there is a gap before the evening party, this can be a good time to do fun ones with your bridal party. Most importantly though, it’s the quality of the photographs rather than the quantity that matter. The RAW files are not available.

What if you’re ill or can no longer photograph our wedding?

I have not missed a wedding in the 10+ years I’ve been photographing them. In the unlikely event should illness, unforeseen incident, or any other reason prevent myself from attending, every attempt will be made to supply you with a suitable replacement photographer. I am part of a vast network of wedding photographers of whom I can call on if the need arises. I will try my utmost to find another photographer, your wedding is very important to me, but if that is not possible I will refund 100% all fees paid.

What happens after the wedding re post production?

Generally, you can expect your images to be in post production between 2 – 5 weeks. Once completed I will upload them to a private link which you can share with friends and family, as well as a lovely slideshow to have your first look! You can purchase a USB box if you'd prefer them that way. You have license to print them, upload them to social media, put them on the wall at home etc. Please though, do not share them with other wedding suppliers. If they wish to gain more business with the use of my images, ask them to contact me.

What if your equipment fails?

I bring backup camera bodies, lenses, and flashes to every wedding I capture.

Do you need food on the day?

Pre-COVID-19 I would have jumped at the chance, but alas, I'll need to give it a miss during the period where the virus is still present. I'll bring something for myself to eat, this way I can manage what I'm touching and minimise any spread.

If the virus has gone (yippee!) by the time your wedding date comes around, I'd be very grateful for a vegetarian meal.

Do you take formal group shots?

My style is mostly focused on creating artistic, fun, and intimate images, and on documenting the day. However, formal group shots can be done too, no problem. On your pre-wedding questionnaire you can write out a list. I suggest you make it around 4/5, this recommendation is based on my experience at weddings where couples can start to feel rather tired with a long list etc. Be sure to give this list to a specific person, like an usher, who can usher those people needed for the shots. This makes things efficient, leaving you more time for mingling, more natural photos, couple session etc.

covid-19 considerations

- I won't be able to get involved with the group shots or where to stand, as I won't know who belongs to which family bubble.
I recommend you delegate a person(s) to get those people together.
- The same applies with the confetti set up.
- I will be wearing a face mask and staying at a distance of 2m where possible. I will also keep hand sanitiser on me and use it regularly.
- Following Gov. guidance, I'll be sure not to touch anything e.g., the rings, the bouquet, shoes, dress, etc. Let me know if you'd like the dress photographed, and perhaps you or a bridesmaid can be prepared to move it.
- A large group shot of the whole congregation won't be possible.

We will be able to:
- still have fun and get married! It's a surreal situation, but as the song goes, "nothing's gonna stop us now!".

- If the number of guests attending (at any point of the day) exceeds the maximum number of guests legally allowed, I will have to leave (or any breach of law that makes me feel that my safety is at risk) as this is against the current Government law and compromises my professional insurance cover. No monies will be returned in this circumstance.
- The booking fee, and all fees, are returned to you if the Gov. places a lockdown on gatherings during the date which your wedding falls within (where no postponement has been made).
- If you have to cancel after full payment, and I have turned away another booking for that same date, then all monies paid are retained to mitigate loss. If I can fill the date, then this money is returned to you.
- Booking fees are not returned :
a. for cancellations outside of lockdown, where it is still legally possible to get married (with, say, 15 guests);
b. where an event occurs which is out of your control but which leads to a cancellation, e.g., due to venue closure, due to covid-19, or a loss of job etc;
c. if you have to postpone your wedding to a date which I cannot do, and therefore cancel the photography, the booking fee is held.



how exciting!
contact form