Where do you travel to?

I love travel and photograph weddings all over the UK, Europe and beyond, providing travel and basic accomodation expenses are covered. My base is in Surrey near London.

Are you insured?

Yes, fully insured for your peace of mind for UK and International work. I’m also a member of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers.

Do you shoot on Film or Digital?

I made the switch from film to digital five years ago and I shoot using the latest professional Nikon Digital SLR cameras.

When will I receive the images on disc?

Delivery of the images will be 8 weeks from your wedding day.

Do you edit the images?

I spend a lot of time making sure the images are presented in the best way. This means using the latest editing software  including Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. I correct for exposure and colour, and remove blemishes, like that annoying pimple. What I don’t do is the heavy editing found in some advertorial photography.

I would like an album. What it’s involved in this?

I offer you the best, handmade in the UK, what I like to call, hardback ‘Storybook’ coffee table style of album. Printed on fine art paper of the highest quality, with a lay flat spine, these albums are designed to be handled. This means it won’t sit on a shelf gathering dust, but taken out and shared with friends and family. Smaller, identical, parent albums can be ordered if you choose to purchase a main album.

I will present you with a draft of the album design within twelve weeks of your wedding day. This process is very exciting! After your final approval, the album will be ordered and final delivery time is within three- six months.


Do you do any other work?

My background is in Landscape and Fine Art photography, although now I shoot a lot of commercial work too. My work has been exhibited and published on several occasions. For examples of my non- wedding work, have a look here ~ www.davidwickhamphotography.com.

For more information, a brochure or to book me to photo your wedding send me a message here