Frequently Asked Questions
DO YOU TRAVEL?
Yes! I love to travel. My wedding packages include travel up to 100 miles but if it’s further than that, I can credit a custom quote for your needs.
HOW MANY HOURS OF COVERAGE DO WE NEED?
This depends entirely on what you want and on your timeline. Some couples want getting ready photos or have a special exit or last dance at the end of the night. Some have hundreds of guests or a lot going on that may need extra coverage. We will definitely go over this, but you can also check out this blog post I made. I will never try to sell you more than you want or need, and will make sure everything you want photographed, gets it’s time.
WHEN WILL WE RECEIVE OUR PHOTOS?
A sneak peak is uploaded to Facebook within a week so you can see how the photos turned out, how they’re being edited and share them if you wish. The full gallery is typically finished in 4-6 weeks and then uploaded to a site where they can be downloaded, and products can be purchased.
WHAT KIND OF EDITING DO YOU DO?
I like to keep my photos natural-looking, avoiding many trends and fads (Instagram-filter looking photos) to make them more timeless. The editing I do is mostly color correction, cropping, straightening, and removing of the rare odd thing in the background.
DO YOU HAVE BACK-UP PLANS?
Of course! I have spare transportation, camera gear, and am part of many local photographer networks that I can reach out to in case anything were to happen to me at the last minute.
ARE YOU INSURED?
Most definitely! I am an insured, tax-paying, legally operating business. I can provide a certificate of liability if your venue requires.
I’M READY TO BOOK! WHAT’S NEXT?
That’s great! I’m so excited to work with you! First step would be to fill out this contact form and I will be in touch! A signed contract and a 30% retainer are required to save the date!
After booking, together we will work on your timeline, compile a list of everyone you want photos with, and visit your venue, to walk-through the day and pick out some great spots for portraits.