The truth is, wedding photography is an investment in your future. For couples looking to have their wedding captured, their photographs will allow them to relive the happy memories for years to come! Remember, photos will last longer than your wedding cake!
Packages start at $2,800
Each package is designed to fit each unique wedding. You can choose either 8 hours or 11 hours of coverage and all photos will be edited/retouched.
What is the booking process like?
What do I expect leading up to the wedding date?
Do you edit all photos?
Will there be a second shooter?
Can I extend the session on the day of?
Do I need a shot list?
Can we have the RAW Photos?
Once you decide that you're moving forward with the booking process, you'll receive a quick questionnaire (basic information and some on the day type questions) to fill out. Once I receive that back I put that information into my system, and it will send you a link. In that link you'll be able to pay the the retainer fee and sign the contract. Very easy and straight forward!
I like to reach out to you a week or two before wedding day and go through the timeline with you. At this point, most of the timeline should be finalized from the planner's/venue's standpoint.
I provide a detailed timeline PDF with plenty of suggestions to help make things go faster. Like what items to leave out for the photographer and other types of suggestions!
Yes! All photos will be edited and retouched.
Yes! Depending on the package!
There are many benefits to having a second shooter at your wedding. On top of more photos delivered to you; they will cover the groom preparation, give more opportunity to catch candid moments of you and your guest, catch different angles of key moments throughout your day and much more!
Yes! In the event you think you'll need more coverage, we can definitely work something out
A shot list isn't required, but can help! It can help with the flow, especially with with large families. We will talk about timelines and special requests.
Well, the short answer is no. This is an industry standard. The .RAW image is simply an unedited image with a lot of data for editing that only certain programs can open. This is compared to a smaller file known as a .jpeg that your final image will be formatted in. all photos will be delivered in 300DPI for high resolution printing. The larger file allows for better highlight/shadow recovery and color correcting in different situations. Releasing the unedited image to clients could damage the brand of the photographers business and opens the door to copyright issues.
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