Weddings are stressful to plan. Luckily, when you find the right vendors, who've been to more weddings than you can imagine, you get the experience you deserve! My ultimate goal is to allow things to happen naturally and capture moments with the flow. In other words, you get to enjoy your day with friends, family, and guests. That way, come wedding day, it's time to have fun!
When choosing a photographer, some of the key aspects are: - Do you like their editing style? - Do you like their vision and composition for moments? - Are they experienced with off-camera flash? - Are you limited to a certain number of images you receive? - Do you have copyright release to the images? - Does the online gallery expire?
I can't answer the first two questions for you, but as for the rest: 1. Am I experienced with off-camera flash? - Very much so. We can get creative indoors if the weather turns sour or can also get some creative shots if it's raining!
2. Are you limited to a certain number of images you receive? - Whatever turns out the best, you receive. I don't have a limit on edited images. I use two cameras so I can shoot more freely and not have to change lenses constantly. This allows more captured moments you get to remember and see more of your day.
3. Do you have copyright release to the images? - Yes. You can print what you like on your own.
4. Does the online gallery expire? - Nope. That way it acts as offsite backup in case something happens.
Some photographers give you a limited number of photos, a limited amount of time to download the photos, delete the gallery after a time window, and have to pay to upload the images again if something happens on your end.
Again, my ultimate goal is for you to enjoy your wedding day. Photographers are multifaceted when it comes to helping with things. I'll carry the dress as much as possible, fluff that dress 100 times, fix hair for the whole bridal party, pin boutonnières, coordinate so you don't have to, be your server when it's time to eat, make sure you're hydrated, and herd cats (family) so you don't have to!
Package Details: Intimate coverage: $1,500 + tax + Coverage up to four hours + Additional coverage available; up to seven hours total ($375+tax/hour) + Online gallery with all edited files from the wedding + Engagement session available for $400 +2nd shooter available for $75/hr
Solo coverage: $3,000 + tax + Coverage up to eight hours with additional hours available ($375+tax/hour) + Complimentary engagement session + Online gallery with all edited files from the engagement and wedding +2nd shooter available for $75/hr
Additional info: 1. What's the retainer fee to hold the date and services? - The retainer fee is 30% of the package subtotal. Pay whatever you like after that, as long as final payment is made by two weeks prior. 2. Should I get a 2nd shooter? - The main benefits of having another photographer are getting ready photos (two people, different spots at the same time), having different angles/compositions, and communicating to others while I continue to coordinate/shoot.