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FAQ

FAQ

Q: What makes your work different from other photographers’ work?
A: We take all of our photos in intimate, relaxed settings and try to use natural lighting as often as possible. Our sessions are candid & fun!  We want the wedding story we produce for you to be a piece of fine art that you are proud to show off and excited to hang on your walls. 

Q: Will we get the printing rights to our photos after our wedding?
A: Yes! Upon receiving your images, you will also get a full personal print release.

Q: How many photographers will be there at our wedding?
A: There will always be two photographers at your wedding in order to get multiple 
perspectives and extra shots of all of the details.

Q: Will we get featured in a magazine or blog?
A: Although many of our sessions do get featured, this is not something that is guaranteed. Most publishers are interested in colorful, uniquely designed weddings!

Q: Are the couples on your site models?
A: While we are lucky enough to work with gorgeous couples, the images shown on our site and blog are real life clients. 

Q: How many photos do you deliver?
A: The number of photographs can differ based on your timeline and how many hours we are contracted for.  For weddings we typically deliver between 500 to 800 edited photos.

Q: How do we reserve our date?
A:  A 50% deposit and signed contract is required in order to get your wedding day on the calendar. The remainder of the balance is due 60 days prior to your wedding.

Q: Do I have to order prints through you?
A: We highly recommend ordering prints through our professional vendors, but it is not required. The difference in quality is HUGE when it comes to ordering through a cheap printer and a professional lab. All wedding collections come with a print credit so you can have access to gorgeous, professional prints at no extra cost.

Q: What equipment do you use?

A: We use all of the latest Canon equipment.   Full sensor cameras, with type L lenses.  All of our pieces have a backup in the rare event that anything should occur to one of our cameras or lenses.