Frequently Asked Questions:
What comes in my wedding photography package?
Wedding photography packages start at $1800.
ALL OF MY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PACKAGES come with a custom wedding album. Tangible memories of your special day are so important! You’ll have the joy of showing your album to all of your family and friends for generations!
(Use the contact form above to get more detailed information about pricing & to find out about customizing your own wedding photography collection.)
How do I reserve my wedding date?
A $350 non-refundable retainer will hold your wedding date and time.
How many photos will I receive of my wedding?
You will receive approximately 60 fully retouched images per contracted hour! Your digital gallery will be available within 3 weeks of your wedding date.
When should we book our engagement session?
I suggest we shoot your engagement session 4-6 months prior to wedding. Two weeks after your one hour photo session, we will meet for your image premier.
**You will receive complimentary digital negatives with guestbook purchase.**
Can I share my gallery with family and friends?
Friends and family can download individual files from the site, so now you can share…and they can share, too!
Will I have the ability to print my own wedding images?
Your wedding images are accompanied by a print release, which means you have rights to print as many of your wedding images as you’d like!
** If you’d like to purchase prints, I encourage you to do so directly from the gallery. The photos are printed at the nation’s premier print lab and look so pretty! The difference is noticeable compared to than, say, getting your pictures printed at Costco or Walgreen’s due to elements like paper quality, the print machine itself, and a little more professional TLC!
How long will my gallery be available online?
The images will be stored online for a year, but please take the time to back up your images just in case anything happens to your computer. I personally think the more back ups, the merrier, so feel free to put them on a USB or a hard drive!
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