How do I enquire about a quote or check availability for my wedding date?
Please fill out the enquiry form by selecting the contact page of the website. Alternatively you may email me directly at [email protected]
What is included in a full day coverage package?
Pre wedding consultation, bride & groom preparation, ceremony, family formals, bridal party, bride & groom, full formal reception, unlimited photos, digital download. (Custom packages also available).
How many photos will I recieve?
As many as possible. Each wedding is individual in it's own way therefore the amount of photos delivered varies. I offer all my clients an unlimited number of photos. Every image taken and deemed as professional in quality by April O'Neill Photography's standards will be delivered to you.
How long will it take for us to receive our photos?
Generally this process takes 4-6 weeks.
How much do your packages cost?
I offer custom packages for all my clients, so you may custom build to best suit your wedding day. Please contact me to request a quote for your custom photography package.
How much is the deposit?
A $500 deposit is required to secure your wedding date. The remaining amount is due 1 month prior to your wedding date.
Do you offer engagement sessions?
Yes! If you are interested in booking an engagement session please mention this in your enquiry so I can include in your personalised quote.
Do you offer videography?
Unfortunately no. I specialise in still photography, however I can recommend some fabulous videographers I have worked with in the past, please ask for details.
Do you offer discounts?
Yes! Occasionally I have discounts and special offers running, please keep an eye out on my website and social media or simply email me and ask.
I am worried about lost/corrupt image files, how do you prevent this?
I use a 2 card system, this means 2 memory cards are used in my camera whilst shooting, in the unlikely event 1 of the cards fail the 2nd card is there as a backup. Once the day concludes and I have access to my computer I then create 3 digital copies onto 3 different hard drives in the unlikely case that any of them may fail.
Still have some unanswered questions?
Please feel free to contact me, I am happy to help.