Perfocal offers newlyweds with terrible wedding photos a unique opportunity
16 Jan 2019
The online photography marketplace is offering couples the chance to recreate their wedding photos
Are your wedding photographs truly terrible? Perfocal, an online photography marketplace, is offering newlyweds the opportunity to recreate their wedding photographs for free.
Couples can win a four-hour ‘rock the frock’ photo shoot if they can prove their photos are completely terrible. Receiving poorly framed, blurry or otherwise poor quality images is hugely disappointing for newlyweds and Perfocal have received a rising number of requests to re-shoot wedding images.
Tony Xu, founder of Perfocal, says: “We want to make a difference where other photographers have fallen short and offer couples with the worst photos the chance to recreate some of the key moments of their wedding.”
Data from Hitched.co.uk found that couples spend an average of £1,166 on their wedding photography. With such a significant price-tag, receiving awful pictures is inexcusable.
Tony says: “For many married couples, wedding photographs are some of their most treasured possessions. A huge amount of planning goes into a wedding and the photographs are the only keepsake they have, so it must be a huge disappointment for couples to find out that their pictures have been ruined.”
Perfocal reject roughly 80% of photography applications they receive, ensuring their customers only work with quality professionals. They also edit and deliver images for photographers, giving them more time to organise and attend further shoots.
Click here to submit your photographs before 11.59pm on February 10th.
Perfocal will be in touch with the winners on Valentine’s Day. Candidates must be able to show their marriage certificate for eligibility.