A: From the beginning I work with my clients on getting a timeline made for the day. That way we make sure to schedule coverage for everything you want photographed. If my clients are in need of other vendor options (ex: florist) I have a referral list to offer for guidance. I maintain an open line of communication with each couple even past their wedding day. On the day of your wedding I am approachable to relieve some of the unnecessary stressors of the day. I keep the atmosphere relaxed and fun! My style of photography is light, romantic, and timeless. I desire is to capture all the unique moments that one will cherish for many years to come!
A: Yes! I actually only offer partial print release with all my weddings and portraits. My clients are allowed to take their digital images to certain places to print their images. But say for example, if a magazine comes to you for an image they will need to contact me to acquire the full print release instead of you!
A: With my last two packages I offer a second shooter. I highly recommend having more then one photographer. They serve as a back up if something goes wrong. Capturing candids and second angles. Helping conquer shooting at the same time in different locations. Assist the lead photographer during the family formals. The list is really endless!
A: With some of my weddings I do a featured blog post. This is completed approximately within 1 week of the wedding day. You will be able to share this with all your family and friends as well!
A: Depending on how many hours of coverage, I deliver between 700-900 images.
A: Yes! I would love to shoot a destination wedding! If this is something you are interested in doing, send me some more information on your travel plans. I will create a custom wedding package to suit your needs.
A: No. 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 professional lab. My prints are only marked up 5% so they really are not that unreasonable!
A: A 50% deposit and signed contract is required in order to FOR SURE lock in your wedding day. Two weeks prior to your wedding the remainder of the balance is due.