Wedding information

Howard & Joan Keith are a husband and wife team who are passionate about weddings. They understand the need for couples to be completely comfortable with their photographer, that is why from the very first time they meet with couples they work at building their confidence. Joan has been described by many as a ‘people person’ and her friendly manner makes brides feel comfortable right from the start. Howard’s experience and natural approach to photography ensures couples and their guests have fun and don’t feel the day revolves around spending endless time having their photographs taken!

When commissioned to photograph a wedding, regardless of the package chosen, Howard will shoot continuously throughout the day, normally taking more than 800 hundred black & white and colour images. Although his way of shooting is very much reportage, or documentary as some people describe it, he still suggests taking a few traditional group photographs.

Coverage of the wedding normally starts wherever the bride is getting ready and continues through to the wedding breakfast. Often couples will offer a meal and in these circumstances Howard is more than happy to stay until the end of the meal to cover the speeches and cutting of the cake. Coverage can also be provided if there is an evening reception or dance for extra guests.

Once captured, the images are edited down to approximately 250 and supplied in a preview folio, from which you can make your choice of photographs for your main wedding album. These images are also published on Howard’s website and accessed via your own personal password allowing you and your guests to view or purchase prints online. You are
also supplied with a DVD slideshow of the images allowing you to view the collection on your TV.

All the images of your wedding can also be purchased with full copyright and supplied as hi-resolution photographs on a CD for your own use.

Additional items are also available for purchase which include: coffee table books, DVD ‘movie shows‘, folio cases,
photo frames and parent’s albums.