Will we get a dvd with all the files? Can we order prints and albums from you?

I’ll send you an electronic transfer of all of the images and you can download the pictures immediately. You can print these on any printer or format you want, although I cannot guarantee the quality of the print because there are so many options and ranges available.

Are engagements shoots mandatory?

Not at all, but they are highly recommended. It’s a great way for me to get to know you as a couple, see how you interact, and give you an idea of how I work and what your wedding day will be like.

We have specific ideas. Will you work with us? Can we give you a list of shots we want?

It always helps me to prepare if you have ideas, colors, inspiration, and a vision. Many of my brides catalog their ideas on pinterest or email me cut-outs and sketches of their designs.

I do not follow a formal shot list, since all weddings are unique, but I would love to know if you have special details that you want photographed, or a picture that you envision so I can be sure to capture it. When we start planning together, we can discuss family portraits and how those work on the wedding day as well.

What is a “first look”?

The “first look” is a private photo session between the bride and the groom just before the wedding, a moment for the couple to see each other and celebrate their day in a few moments. This past year, every single client opted for the first look option instead of waiting to see each other when they walked down the aisle—these are some of the most previous moments and result in absolutely stunning photography.
The first look ends up being a great way for you to have a few moments alone before all of the guests see you. As your photographer, we stand a distance away to allow you to enjoy the moment.

Do you shoot with a second photographer?

For weddings, I always shoot with a second photographer; this is part of all my wedding packages. With two photographers, we can capture both sides of the audience, be at the front and back of the aisle, or capture multiple reactions during a single moment.

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