We usually have a minimum of 2 photographers (candid and documentary style). The crew works as one coherent team with different cameramen specializing in different lenses and styles. For a larger-scale wedding, we recommend 3-4 photographers as this is necessary to capture the grandeur of your wedding. This choreographed, the multi-camera setup allows us to position ourselves strategically to capture ceremonies more naturally as they take place, without any hindrance.
It’s difficult to determine the total number of images we will be shooting over a typical wedding. Approximately 2000-2500 images are expected to be shot each day. All images are given to the client in high-resolution JPEG format on a USB and all the images are color and exposure edited. The images are shot both in candid and traditional style.
All images will be ready within 2 to 3 weeks.
We will give you all edited high-resolution photos. As part of the package, we will provide album(s) and any extra prints you may need.
Yes, we do. Please discuss with us to see how we can help you.
Yes, we do.
Yes, we offer our service countrywide.
Sorry, we absolutely do not recommend it. Apart from being uneconomical, it may obstruct and tamper with our works. The advantage of a single team is that we will get clean, unobstructed visual frames without local photographers jumping into our frames and ruining the moments.
The expenses for the travel, food, and accommodation for the crew members are usually borne by the client unless decided otherwise or factored in as a package deal. Any additional days/hours of shooting (not mentioned in the contract) are charged extra as per the rates in the contract. There are no other hidden costs.
The Director of Photography is usually the prime point of contact with the family. He/she is the sole person that coordinates with the couple and the event planner regarding all aspects of the events and conducts interviews etc. Also, from the couple’s side, we need to have a singular point of contact (SPoC) for all wedding shoot coordination. The bride’s / groom’s siblings or the best friends are the best people for the job.
All original works of art, including pictorial and video works, have copyright protection. This means that the creator of an image/video (in this case, Tumon Ahsan) owns the copyright for the same. Hence, we can use any images/videos on our social media channels for any purpose that we deem suitable. Naturally, these images portray the clients in good light, and more often than not, such social media posts are a matter of pride for all the clients and vendors involved. If the couple does not want their images/videos to be shared publicly, this has to specified explicitly at the time of signing the contract.