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.