Q-How long until I get my images? During peak season, (June-October) the turn around time is 4 weeks for engagement and lifestyle sessions, and 6-8 weeks for weddings. I know how exciting is to see your photos, so I do my best to post sneak peeks on social media within few days. Final images are delivered via online gallery for instant download.
Q- Do you use a second shooter on wedding days? Yes, most collections include a second shooter. This second photographer is there to aid/assist me, and to provide you with more angles of your special day. Rest assured, I will have my hand in every part of capturing your wedding and remain the primary shooter.
Q- What should I wear for my session? No matter what you wear it is important that you feel comfortable and confident in your attire. Look for something that makes you feel like you. I love neutral tones with pops of color. Patterns and textures can look great in moderation. Statement necklaces, hats, scarves, etc. can also add some interest and personality to your photos. For more inspiration, check out my Pintrest board here.
Q- Can I print and share my photos anywhere I like? Yes, once you buy the digital copies (included in most packages) you have bought the printing rights as well. The only thing you can’t do is sell the files for profit.
Q- Do you travel? Yes, I love to travel! My Photography has taken me as far as Texas, New York, and the rugged coast of Scotland. Special destination packages and travel rates are available upon request.
Q- What Kind of cameras do you use? I shoot with a combination of both digital and film camera bodies, as well as professional grade prime lenses. I also bring backup gear to every wedding and session, so you can rest assured I am prepared for any “technical difficulties” that may arise.
Q- Why film? In a fast paced world, full of instant gratification, I love the process of shooting film. I shoot several rolls at weddings and sessions, and I love how it makes me slow down to create a beautiful image in camera. The beautiful tones and depth created in a film image, in my opinion, is unmatched by any other medium. Film is tangible and real, it’s light mixing with chemicals to capture what is in front of my camera. Shooting film to me is making art, and that is why I decided to pursue photography in the first place. After shooting solely digital since I began my business in 2010, the rich colors, soft focus, and deep tonality are what have drawn me back to film. Film is timeless, and beautiful and I love incorporating this medium into my work.