FAQ about Noosa Wedding Photography Services


  1. We do 3, 5, 8 hour and all day packages
  2. We have worked together for over three years, are mates, and love to have a laugh and make it fun for everyone ( including parents )
  3. We will happily help you with your timeline – from getting ready to group shots, you want to have fun, not stress on your wedding day, so flick us what you are thinking and we’ll set you straight on time
  4. We give our couples everything – we provide a minimum on average of 100 great shots fully edited per hour of coverage
  5. We don’t upsell – hopefully we like you, you like us, so our package is upfront and we won’t shock you with boggling albums, canvases or the rest after the event ( it happens )
  6. You will receive everything at print size and web size to share as much as you like print, album, eat your heart out
  7. We also give you a personalised online gallery
  8. Often our couples are international – contact us for how we’ll keep family and mates who cant be there in the wedding loop on the day.
  9. We edit every single image, so expect 3 – 5 weeks for delivery
  10. If you request it we’ll post a sneek peek of shots online a few days after the wedding
  11. We use LIGHT. That means if it pours, the sky is black, or you are indoors we will still get perfect, spectacular images of your wedding, rain, hail or shine.


When considering a photographer ( and supplier ) we strongly advise a couple of questions, because a flashy website doesn’t always equate to the expertise, knowledge and experience to safely cover one of the most important events of your life.

  • Wet weather experience – if your shooter is a natural light specialist, and your wedding moves indoors, how will they photograph, use flash etc so your images aren’t a) 80’s disco and b) completely black
  • All the shots from a few weddings – ask to see the whole suite of 500 – 800 shots from a wedding. Every image, from details, setup, documentary, portrait, family group shots, ceremony, bridal party, reception arrival and guests should be strong from a few weddings – even light and shade on faces at a ceremony will bring ‘autopilot’ photographers undone
  • Ask your event and reception planners what their policy on wet weather is – then you have all your options covered
  • Double check check in times etc


The big day finally arrives, it’s been months in the making and you are feeling excited, overjoyed, petrified or simply STRESSED.
Don’t let the fears take over – remember the reason why you wanted to tie the knot in the first place.

Your marriage should be a memorable, fun day, often the only thing that makes it hard for people is their own expectations, so go into it with joy in your heart and an ‘anything that happens is the best thing ever’ attitude and your day will be PURE MAGIC.

Example: We recently shot a wedding where it poured with rain. It was a beach wedding, and everything had to be moved and rearranged as late as possible. For a couple from Sydney, that could have been a disaster!

But in the end, the day was perfect and they were over the moon. We went to the National Park for a first look before the ceremony in the restaurant, the whales and dolphins came too, and we all were completely awestruck by the way things happened in such a special unique way.