frequently asked questions
Q: WHAT MAKES YOUR WORK DIFFERENT FROM OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS’ WORK?
A: I take all of my photos in intimate, relaxed settings and try to use natural lighting as often as possible. I want to ensure I get those romantic, soft images.
My sessions are candid & fun!
Q: WILL WE GET THE PRINT RELEASE TO OUR PHOTOS?
A: Yes! Upon receiving your images, you will also get a print release, so you may print your images where you please.
All details of your print release will be in your contract.
Q: HOW MANY PHOTOGRAPHERS WILL BE THERE AT OUR WEDDING?
A: There will always be at least one photographer at your wedding, myself.
However, a second photographer may be added on for certain venues, or guest list size or by your request.
In order to get multiple perspectives and extra shots of all of the details, two photographers are sometimes needed.
Q: WILL WE GET FEATURED IN A MAGAZINE OR BLOG?
A: Although many of my sessions do get featured, this is not something that is guaranteed. Most publishers are interested in colorful, uniquely designed weddings!
Q: ARE THE COUPLES ON YOUR SITE MODELS?
A: While we occasionally team up with local vendors and models to do styled shoots, most of the sessions feature actual couples we’ve worked with in the past!
Q: HOW DO WE RESERVE OUR DATE?
A: Send us an email at email@example.com, and I can give you more information on this.
A $550 deposit and signed contract is required in order to get your wedding day on the calendar.
Portraits require a $50 deposit to book your preferred date and time.
Q: DO I HAVE TO ORDER PRINTS THROUGH YOU?
A: I highly recommend ordering prints through my professional vendors, but it is not required. The difference in quality is HUGE when it comes to ordering through a local printer and a professional lab, so I encourage clients to let me help with prints!
Q: WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU USE?
A: I use all of the latest Canon equipment - the 5D Mark III, the Mark II, 50 mm lens, 24-105 mm lens, & the 85 mm lens, among other items. All of my pieces have a backup in the rare event that anything should occur to one of my cameras or lenses.