All your Questions answered in one place

Q. Do you suggest a first look for the wedding day?

YES!! Time is of the essence on a wedding day and it can become stressful. Opting for a first look will give you the benefit of a more relaxing day, and well as more images.

Q. Do you photograph details and formal family photos?

Yes! A wedding photography collection would not be complete without details and family photographs. I recommend that you put together a full list of family groupings prior to the wedding day. This helps ensure that you have a photo of all your loved ones.

Q. How many photographs will we receive?

The number of photographs can vary depending on the hours of coverage, the number of guests and amount of details. An average for an eight hour day is about 650-700.

Q. Do we get the copyright of the images?

I include a “copyright release” in my contract, which means you can have your images printed by any lab of your choice and have the ability to share your images as much as you would like!

Q. Do you touch up all your photos?

Every image is edited for color correction and lighting.

Q. How long after the wedding does it take to get all our wedding images?

It typically takes 4 weeks for full editing completion.

Q. Do you have an second photographer?

YES!! It depends on the package you book

Q. How much do you charge to photograph a wedding?

Every wedding—like every love story—is different. I like to meet with you and understand your vision for your big day and use those details to provide you with a personalized proposal that can turn your vision into a reality. As a general rule of thumb, however, the average wedding photography budget is about $2,500. Let’s get together (online of offline) to discuss your wedding and I will be happy to provide you with a precise number. Click here.1

Q. How do I reserve my big day?

Once I have received a signed contract and a 50% retainer fee, I reserve your day.

Q. What if we cancel our wedding or change our date after we signed a contract?

In the event that you cancel your wedding, the 50% retainer is non-refundable. Once your contract and retainer fee is received I turn down any other weddings or photography sessions.

The retainer fee guarantees that I hold your date exclusively for you. If you change your date and I have it available, I will be happy to accommodate the adjustments without an additional fee considering that new event date is within a year.

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