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My name is Egle, I am a friendly and professional free-lance photographer based in Bristol. I love shooting weddings and travelling to beautiful locations around the country.
I describe my wedding photography as candid and artistic, capturing real interactions and emotions, although, sometimes I like to mix in some more traditional and classic shots as well, as I always work towards producing a series of beautifully crafted images that would capture the whole essence of your Wedding Day.
I also enjoy experimenting and taking cool night shots and stylised shots inspired by high fashion, you just need to ask!
My working hours are as requested by the client, but usually I arrive in the morning to photograph bride getting ready and stay until the dance floor action.
As a final product, my clients get a bespoke USB in a beautiful bespoke box with about 300-500 high quality edited images in my signature style, which then they can print or share with their family and friends.
Online gallery, prints and albums are also available on request.
Every wedding is unique and memorable in its own way. I remember them all from start to finish.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Artistic, candid, contemporary, stylish, alternative
What about your business are you most proud of?
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
When you put so much effort into it, you need to enjoy the process, then everything will go smooth.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Once a couple decide that they want to book me, we meet for pre-wedding consultation, which involves them telling me what they like, their inspirations and wedding theme. Discuss what they would like as a final product and if they would like a second shooter. We also plan some shots that they want to be taken on the day. Once we discussed it all, we sing the contract.
Next comes pre-wedding venue visit, (if it’s not too far, of course), as I like to know my way around it, plan some shots and work out lighting conditions and find the most beautiful locations for couple shots.
When a Big Day comes, me and a second shooter (if requested), arrive to work as hard as we can to capture the whole Wedding Day, from bridal shots to dance floor action.
After the wedding I take from 2-4 weeks to edit all the images, and as a final result my clients get a bespoke USB in a beautiful bespoke box with 300-500 edited images, in my signature style.
If clients want an album, then we have to choose images that they like and after it takes another 3-4 weeks for it to be designed and printed.
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
I recently shot a wedding and was asked to do it in a Martin Parr style :).
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
Big smiles! Weddings can be beautiful and happy even on a rainy day.