Wedding Photo Pricing
I keep wedding photography pricing very simple. No complicated ‘Gold, Silver & Bronze’ packages, but of course I will happily quote you for any bespoke package you require.
Need full coverage?
You get full coverage of your wedding day from getting ready to at least the first dance in the evening. All pre-meets and post production work.
Full coverage also includes a bespoke Jeff Woodall Photography USB in a presentation box, containing all of your images in high resolution. Ideal for sharing with family & friends and of course printing.
You also get your own password protected client gallery on this site, so you’ll always have online access to your wedding images wherever in the world you happen to be.
I am also currently including a relaxed and informal engagement shoot in this price (approx 1 hour on location, worth £199). These images will be uploaded to your password protected gallery and added to your collection of wedding images on USB.
December Special Offer
As part of my annual sale, for this month only, I have genuinely slashed £300 off my usual full package price (£1,499) to £1,199! Yes this includes the pre wedding shoot mentioned above! Sale will end on the 31st Dec 2019 , when the price goes back to normal.
Venues outside Sussex necessitating further travel or accommodation are subject to agreement, but I do keep any additional expenses to the minimum and very realistic.
I also offer an outstanding high-quality photo book design service if required. I do all the design work and outsource the books to top specialists for printing and binding. Samples are available for you to view and prices supplied on request.
Only a 10% booking fee at the time of the reservation secures your special day in my diary. All major credit cards accepted.
Your special day has to be captured with care and professionalism. I’m passionate about that and it means so much to me that all of my clients are really happy with the results.
There is an increasing number of ‘wedding photographers’ out there offering a very cheap service. That is fine, as long as they provide the service as promised. Just protect yourself by doing plenty of research. At the very least, photographers should have a reasonable portfolio accessible within their website and several genuine testimonials.
Also, whoever you ultimately decide on to cover your wedding, a simple step like ensuring that your prospective photographer is qualified and covered by public liability and professional indemnity insurance, can prevent heart-breaking disappointment, so don’t be afraid to ask.