Your wedding day should be all about you and your love. Don’t ever let someone tell you that you need to do something that doesn’t feel right.
From engagement to holiday cards to send to the family.
Photos to look back on as your family changes and grows.
Photography Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in your wedding packages?
All my wedding photography packages include all the aesthetically pleasing, fully edited photos. (I do not deliver RAW photo files) This means I don’t have photo maximums like some wedding photographers. I couldn’t imagine limiting your wedding day to a specified number of photos.
How do you deliver our photos?
All my photography clients receive a link to their gallery that they can download, share and print from. Your gallery remains available at the link for a minimum of 60 days for easy access.
Do you offer prints from our gallery?
Yes! The gallery will be linked to a professional print studio so you can order in confidence. You don’t have to contact me directly, the print studio takes care of everything and even ships directly to your door.
How do you ensure the safety of our photos?
All the cameras I use for photography write your images to two separate memory cards at the same time. This means if one card fails during our session or your wedding I have a backup. After our session (or your wedding) I backup all the images to an external hard drive and to my computer. Lots of redundancy means lots of back ups and all the security. PS. I also bring a back up camera with me incase something might happen to the camera that I’m using.
How do we book with you?
I try to make things as easy as possible for booking. This means after we have talked about the details for your session, or wedding, and you have decided to book with me, I will send you an electronic contract to sign and an invoice for your retainer. Once the contract is signed and the retainer is paid I am booked with you and that day/time is blocked out for you!
Will it be just you at our session/wedding?
Unless booked otherwise, likely yes. I do occasionally have an assistant with me to help with some things but they are not a second photographer. Some times I have a second photographer in training with me that will take some photos but is not considered a second photographer. If you would like a dedicated second photographer there is an additional fee but oh so worth it (especially for weddings). I still haven’t mastered the art of being in two places at one time.