Wedding Photography Prices 2015/2016
Our Wedding Photography Rates:
Half Day (up to 4 hours photography): €600.00
Full Day (up to 8 hours photography): €1100.00
Day + Evening (up to 12 hours photography): €1600.00
These costs include:
One Venue Meeting + One Viewing Meeting
2 Professional Photographers To Shoot Your Wedding*
8 To 24 Hours Of Standard Image Processing Time
50-400 Print Ready High Resolution Processed JPG Images**
50-400 Web Ready Low Resolution Processed JPG Images**
ALL Other Wedding JPG Images We Shoot On The Day**
ALL Camera RAW Files Of Photos Shot On The Day***
ALL Copyright To Your Wedding Photos****
Travel Expenses Within Leinster
No Booking Fee
*We only book one wedding per day, this gives us greater flexibility if clients ask us to stay longer on the day itself; when you book us we put that whole day aside. We never do more than two weddings a week, because we're not mad.
**We provide all JPGs - processed and unprocessed - on DVDs at no extra cost. We can also provide these on a USB memory stick if you prefer.
***As RAW files can be quite large a wedding shoot can account for between 30Gb and 100Gb of camera RAW file data. We can supply portable drives at an additional cost, or we can transfer to your own. We keep copies of all your files as back up, on two separate hard drives, for one year.
****We have no wish to hold your wedding photographs to ransom, which is why we cede all copyright to the Bride & Groom on full payment of fees - although we would like permission to use some of them to promote what we do on this site and via social media.
Mike & Jill O'Dwyer: Wedding Photographers for Dublin, Louth, Meath, Kildare and Wicklow.
We have been working together as photographers since the early 1990s, not long after we graduated with degrees in Visual Communication from the College of Marketing & Design. Over the years I have been a documentary photographer, copywriter, designer and Creative Director in both advertising and web development companies. Jill has always been a commercial photographer, working in our studio or on location for design, marketing and advertising agencies. We married in 2001, in North County Dublin, close to where we now live with our son.
Wedding photography has always been something we've done together since college, where we met while studying photography. We've always enjoyed the experience because, I think, we began doing it for friends and family as we grew older with them. Over the years we got asked to cover weddings for work colleagues, and clients that we got on particularly well with; doing someone's wedding photography makes for the ideal wedding gift.
The thing about being a husband and wife team is that we get to work together and look out for each other. We're relaxed and professional, and we think this comes across in the kind of wedding photography we do. We each have different ways of working, which keeps things interesting for clients.
I tend to potter about quietly in the background preferring long lenses and wide apertures, or getting in close with wide angles and shooting from the hip without using the viewfinder.
Jill is the far better organiser, she knows what works best and is very particular about capturing all the details - she always notices the little things that I would miss.
We have fun going through the images we shot afterwards, trying to see who did better by using I-wish-I-had-taken-that criteria; just because we're married doesn't mean we can't be in competition with each other ;)
We really enjoy the vibe that these ceremonies create, whether it's a religious or civil wedding it's always pleasure to watch two people commit to each other in front of family and friends. For us, it's all about how the couple want to have their wedding day documented, and collaborating with them to see what we can do to tell the story of their day in a way that's unique to them.
It doesn't really matter to us whether we're there for 4 hours or 12, our job is to capture the spirit of the day and take the kind of wedding photographs that will create lasting memories for years to come.
Our studio in based between Swords and Ashbourne, in North County Dublin, 5 minutes from Dublin Airport. We usually meet clients here to show them their wedding photographs, over a cup of tea while we transfer their files to discs. This is one of our favourite things, to see couples' reaction to the images we've captured of their day.
We hope that if you view some of our wedding photography you will see the spirit we like to capture of the wedding day itself. If you are interested in talking to us about being your wedding photographers, just drop us a line via the contact form.
Dublin Wedding Photography
Lispopple, Swords, County Dublin, Ireland.
Business Number : 506688