FAQ

How many weddings do you take on a year?

I take on a limited amount of weddings each year. Weddings are a lot, they are take a lot of time and I don’t want to be running around not giving you 110%. That is why it is important to me to find the couples who trust me and love what I do.

How many photos do you usually deliver and what’s your turn around time?

Each wedding is so unique and differs with the events happening, it is hard to give an exact number. On average clients will receive but not limited to between 600-900 pictures (if I feel like there are a hell of a lot more, you’ll get those 😉 from wedding and 100-250 from any other type of session. Typically, my wedding turnaround time is 3-5 weeks , standard time in the industry is 6-12 weeks. For all other sessions, the turn around time is about 2-3 weeks. I am pretty proud of this turnaround – who likes waiting long to see your photos?! I am going to go ahead and guess no one 😉 And no, I do not rush them. I just take on a limited amount of couples to be able to do this for you.

 

 


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What type of photos will I receive in a wedding collection and do you use a shot list?

I like to call my style a mix between both editorial and photo-journalistic. I do not operate off a full-day “shot list,” because lets face it, while I am trying to make sure to get one off the list your grandma may be crying in the corner seeing you. I’d rather catch that realist candid moment over a shot of the ring (which I do get, just on my own timeline).
On a typical wedding day, I get the traditional group family and bridal party portraits , all the little details of the day, the ceremony, getting ready candids, your reception party, and the portraits of you and your love one. The only shot list I do ask for is a list of family members for the family portrait section. That lists help make the family portrait section go smooth and speedy.

Will you keep photos offline?

It is imperative for me to show my current work to be able to financially support myself and my business. By being able to share current content, it can help potential clients relate and connect that may have a similar story they’d want me to shoot. If there is some reason that you REALLY do not want them online, I charge a 20% loss of revenue and exclusivity fee to make up for its worth.

FAQ

How many weddings do you take on a year?

I take on a limited amount of weddings each year. Weddings are a lot, they are take a lot of time and I don’t want to be running around not giving you 110%. That is why it is important to me to find the couples who trust me and love what I do.

How many photos do you usually deliver and what’s your turn around time?

Each wedding is so unique and differs with the events happening, it is hard to give an exact number. On average clients will receive but not limited to between 600-900 pictures (if I feel like there are a hell of a lot more, you’ll get those 😉 from wedding and 100-250 from any other type of session. Typically, my wedding turnaround time is 3-5 weeks , standard time in the industry is 6-12 weeks. For all other sessions, the turn around time is about 2-3 weeks. I am pretty proud of this turnaround – who likes waiting long to see your photos?! I am going to go ahead and guess no one 😉 And no, I do not rush them. I just take on a limited amount of couples to be able to do this for you.

 

 


Read More

What type of photos will I receive in a wedding collection and do you use a shot list?

I like to call my style a mix between both editorial and photo-journalistic. I do not operate off a full-day “shot list,” because lets face it, while I am trying to make sure to get one off the list your grandma may be crying in the corner seeing you. I’d rather catch that realist candid moment over a shot of the ring (which I do get, just on my own timeline).
On a typical wedding day, I get the traditional group family and bridal party portraits , all the little details of the day, the ceremony, getting ready candids, your reception party, and the portraits of you and your love one. The only shot list I do ask for is a list of family members for the family portrait section. That lists help make the family portrait section go smooth and speedy.

Will you keep photos offline?

It is imperative for me to show my current work to be able to financially support myself and my business. By being able to share current content, it can help potential clients relate and connect that may have a similar story they’d want me to shoot. If there is some reason that you REALLY do not want them online, I charge a 20% loss of revenue and exclusivity fee to make up for its worth.

Emily+David
Mohican Elopement

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