• Do I travel?
ABSOLUTELY! Just because we are not fortunate enough to be in the same state at the same time, doesn’t mean we can’t make it happen! Whether is for an engagement session or a wedding, you can count me in! -> check out my travel page for more information!
• Are your rates flexible?
My goal is to tell your love story, and every couple has a different one. If you are looking for something different, let me know and we can always try to work something out. You can find a little more information on my pricing page, but don't be afraid to reach out as well so I can send you a more detailed pricing guide and we can figure things out together.
• How many images do I get back?
For weddings, you will usually receive about 1000+ pictures (depending on the amount of hours covered, first look or no first look, size of bridal party and family).
For mini sessions (30 minutes), you will receive between 40+ images.
For 1hour + sessions, you will receive between 150+ images.
• When do we receive our photos?
I will send you an online gallery with the edited images about 4-8 weeks after the wedding day, 1-3 weeks for other sessions. The gallery allows you to download the images in high resolution and you have the right to share and print them.
• What is your payment process?
** Your date is only 100% saved once the contract is signed and down payment is paid. ** Once the contract is signed I will send you a super easy link that will notify you when a payment is approaching. I require a 50% non-refundable down payment when contract is signed. The remaining balance can be paid off in any type of payment arrangement that is best for you, and is due a month before your wedding day or a week before our session.
• Do you have backup equipment and backup your photos?
Only a million times!! If the wedding timeline allows me I’ll back up during the wedding day, if not as soon as I get home I save it to 3 different hard drives. I also always have a second camera with me, batteries enough to light up the world, and different lenses, in case equipment decides to go coco (knock on wood!)