I've heard that the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything is '42', but if that doesn't satisfy you maybe these answers can.
If you still have questions after reviewing these FAQs, please don't hesitate to reach out. I welcome all questions and would LOVE to hear from you!
What dates do you have available?
The summer of 2022 is booking up quickly, but I still have some spots free. Please be sure to reach out to reserve your date soon!
What can I expect to spend?
I have different packages and prices depending on how many hours of photography coverage you're interested in, and whether I'll be hiring a photography assistant to come help out. On average, most of my clients invest between $2500 to $3500 on their wedding photography.
When will my photos be delivered?
You will receive an online gallery link to download your high resolution photos within 8 weeks of your wedding, but I will send a couple sneak peeks your way in the week following the big day!
How many photos will I get?
I deliver an average of 50 photos per hour of photography coverage. That being said, I ALWAYS try to send as many extras as possible. If it's a photo that I feel is great, it will be in your gallery no matter how many photos are already being delivered. I don't hold back!
How will my gallery be edited?
Your photos will be edited in the style portrayed in my portfolio. I generally provide only light editing, such as colour balance and cropping. Photoshopping and extensive edits are not included in my packages but can sometimes be added for an additional fee.
What format will my images be in?
The high resolution photos in your online gallery will be provided in JPEG format. To protect my work I never deliver RAW format files.
What do you, as my photographer, wear to my wedding?
I aim to dress like one of your guests, so that I blend in with the eye-pleasing crowd! That being said, I do a lot of running, stretching and sometimes climbing to make sure I'm getting the best shots, so I'll be dressed comfortably enough to make that easy.