Erika Rimkute Photography
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Erika is a professional wedding, studio and portrait photographer based in West London.
Pricing & Costs
- After building a name as a production photographer on films sets, Erika soon moved onto specialised studio photography and weddings where she developed a keen eye for capturing decisive and emotive storytelling moments. She has a wealth of experience shooting weddings from large scale banquets at the Grand Connaught Rooms to intimate country houses such as Quendon House. Erika brings a professional and personable touch to your shoot day to capture memories you can treasure for a lifetime. The best and only way to know if a photographer is the right one for you is to meet them in person and see their work in print. You and your fiance are more than welcome to come and meet me in the studio for a FREE consultation over a nice frothy cappuccino so you can see my sample albums, prints, frames and images I can’t show online and to discuss the best way forward for on your big day. I look forward to meeting you soon! You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”― Ansel Adams
Experience# Of Weddings HostedMore than 50# Of People In Team1Public Liability InsuranceYes
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Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Reportage, photojournalistic and candid.
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
I absolutely believe that the best photos will always come from when a couple clicks with a photographer on a personal level then all parties have an invested interest in getting the best photos possible. If I believe you would benefit the most from choosing a different photographer, I will tell you so! I'll keep it short... - Meet the photographer in person! You will be spending the whole day and the most intimate moments of your big day with them so make sure you like them! - Make sure you love the style of photography. - Ask as many questions as you can and want! - Make sure who you meet is the person who is shooting for you on the day. Many bigger companies will hire freelancers who may not be as professional as you may be led to believe. - Stick to you budget and make sure there are no hidden charges. - Choose someone who shoots more than just weddings. Photography is an art and a passion, not a job. Skills in other genres of photography are key to unique and expressive photos.