I work slightly differently to many other photographers; I work on a bespoke basis. I believe, where weddings are concerned, each brief is different and each couple are special and should be treated that way. I think it is unfair to offer three or so restrictive packages and expect each couple to slot into one of these categories.

I offer bespoke packaging – and pricing. This allows each couple to choose exactly what they want from their wedding photography and not be expected to pay for services they do not desire. I aim to offer the best price possible according to their requests and budget.

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I see my position as a wedding photographer is to be as flexible as possible to accommodate each individual couple and what they have planned for their special day.


Within every wedding quote, I offer, and always include a pre-wedding meet at the wedding venue to go through the strategic plans of the day and the logistical implications. Planning is key. It ensures everything possible has been put in place in order for the day to run as smoothly as possible. The pre-wedding meet is also a great opportunity for myself and clients to get to know each other a little more. For me – getting to know the client is an important part of my job. Capturing the personality of the clients as individuals and as a couple is a curtail part of wedding photography.


Some people may assume photography on the day is the end of my job, but actually, it is only the beginning of a process. After the wedding day, I spend considerable time editing the photographs, creating a combination of colour and classic black and white photographs. 

I offer additional services, such as bespoke album design (see my album section) and printing thank you cards for your guests. Both of these things can be commissioned before or after your wedding.

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After the photo session or wedding, I take time to carefully edit the photographs. I give you all the edited photographs so you can choose your own favourites to print or email to friends and family. Once they are ready to send to you, I take the time to package them up carefully like a gift. You receive an online gallery full of the fully edited, high-resolution photographs. From here, all the images can be downloaded for keeping safe, printing and sharing. I then send in the post, a linen presentation box with 100, 6x4 prints, a personalised artisan candle (made by The Crackling Candle Company) as a gift for my clients to enjoy.


I love the fact that sending out special photographs is like sending a gift of memories to every client I have. As much as I love capturing the photos, my favourite part is sending them out as a finished entity. I love to hear back from my clients which were their favourite photos. 


This part of my job is very important to me. Creating an alluring package is all part of the experience of choosing Fulton Photography, the love and care doesn’t end when I put my camera back in my bag at the end of the photo shoot. I believe the small details have huge impact. Even though these days it is all about everything online, I still hanker after the good old-fashioned times of receiving mail through the post. 

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  • Pre-wedding meeting on Zoom. It always helps to chat before the wedding to get to know each other a little better.

  • 10 hours coverage, this usually incorporates from morning preparations through to half an hour after your first dance.

  • All edited images delivered through an online, password protected online gallery with NO logo watermark. As a guideline, you would tend to result in 500-800 images with a range of colour and black and white. 

  • Linen box showcasing 100, 6x4 prints.

  • Personalised artisan candle, created by The Crackling Candle Company.

  • Discounts for weekday weddings. Email me for a quote!

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If you're considering me for your day, then please get in touch and tell me about your current plans.

I would love to hear from you!