Do you work with a second shooter?
For weddings that are 100 guests and above, we highly recommend a second shooter. Each wedding is different and you can always speak to us to see what your needs may be in order to best capture your big day.
When will I see my wedding photos?
The editing process is 8-10 weeks from the date of your wedding. We always provide you a sneak peek within a week of your wedding day and the remainder of the photos will be provided within the 8-10 week time frame. Often times, less than that!
What rights do I have to the digital prints?
All of our packages include the digital files so you will receive full reproduction rights to all of your images. You will be able to reproduce the images for personal use; prints, social media, etc. If you do print your photos, we highly recommend that you trust your print quality to a high quality printer.
Once you have submitted your signed agreement and a retainer of 30% of your total package cost, we will send you a countersigned agreement and you're all set!
What is required to secure my date?
When is the remaining balance due?
The remaining balance will be due no later than 45 days before your wedding. We can work with you to set up installment payments if you wish.
We can only control so much and weather is not one of them. We will be in regular communication if rain or any other inclement weather is in the forecast. We will work together to come up with a back up plan that everyone is happy with.
What happens if it rains?
Can you help me with my timeline?
We thought you'd never ask! That's our specialty. Coming from a background of producing events and having photographed many, many, MANY weddings, we are more than happy to discuss with you how to map out your day. We want you to relax and enjoy it and not worry about the small details. This is YOUR day!
We'd love to meet you! First things first, please reach out to us through the contacts page. Looking forward to capturing your big day!
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