Outdoor photos can be taken at a location of my choosing or one of yours. If you prefer, it can also be in the comfort of your home!
When do you usually take photos?
Light is a very important aspect when taking outdoor photos especially. When shooting outdoors I aim to shoot early in the morning or later in the evening. Unless there is a lot of shade, I try to stick to these times… but I will work around your schedule or kids schedules as much as possible.
Do you edit my photos?
Each photo is carefully edited to suit you and the session perfectly.
How long until I get my photographs?
Following your session, you will receive a link to your private gallery. For Weddings – Usually 4-8 weeks … but always a preview pic or two before Portrait sessions – 2-4 weeks
Do I get the rights to my photographs?
Yes! Always! I am here to provide you and your loved ones with photos… it’s what I do! All of my packages include high resolution copies of your images for personal use and archive.
Do you require a deposit? How do we pay?
I do require a non-refundable deposit and a signed contract upon booking your session or event. I will send an electronic invoice or I accept checks or cash.The remaining amount is due at the time or your session or 2 weeks prior to your wedding day.
Okay okay, that all sounds great, now What should we wear?
I love to recommend a simple pattern and then to decide everything else off of that. Usually an assortment of coordinated colors works best. If you have a patterned shirt, everyone in photo should wear something that coordinates with that. Don’t mix patterns (plaid on plaid never looks good… well most of the time) If all else fails… I always check on pinterest!
Are you available for travel for weddings?
Yes! I love to travel! The best part about photography is exploring. Whether it is a new session location or a new country. I love meeting new people and discovering new places.
Is there an additional fee for travel?
There is… but I promise, it would be worth it!
What do you shoot with?
A Canon 5D Mark ii and 5D Mark iii and the highest quality of Canon lenses.