• FAQs •

Do you shoot digital, film, or both?

Most of your photos will be taken digitally, but I also always take a roll of film with my Diana or Holga camera for a little something extra. I love film photos, and I think these formats do a great job of capturing your event in a unique way!

Do we get the rights to our images?

You bet. All of my current packages include the rights to all of your images, which will be delivered to you in high-resolution format on a flash drive. Each image will have been carefully edited by me to get it looking just right, and you are free to print the images wherever you please.

How long will it take for the photos to be ready?

Wedding photos should be ready about four to six weeks after your event. Engagement and portrait sessions usually take two to three weeks. When they’re ready, I’ll put up a blog post, put your flash drive in the mail, and contact you to let you know!

Do you take a lot of posed photos?

I try to keep those to a minimum. I want you to remember spending time with your family and friends, not posing for the camera and wishing you were out on the dance floor! Of course I will be sure to take the photos that are most important to you, and we will spend some time taking formal photos of you with your family and bridal party. But for the most part, I like to capture the day as it unfolds naturally.

What do your packages include?

Starting in 2012, all packages include full day coverage of your wedding day and a flash drive of edited photos with a copyright release. Additional collections include professional quality heirloom albums, engagement sessions, and lots more! Please contact me for full pricing details.

Will you be the one shooting my wedding?

Absolutely! I shoot every wedding I book. A second shooter can be added for a reasonable rate.

Will you travel to a wedding?

Of course! We love to travel, and our travel rates are very reasonable! Just ask. :)

Can you explain what you mean
by full day coverage?

I've found it to be really difficult to capture all of the events in a wedding day in neat little increments of six or eight hours, so I've decided to offer full day coverage. It begins with one hour of getting ready photos, which is usually a few hours before the ceremony and is usually in another location (a hotel, or your home). The coverage ends with one hour of dancing photos, which usually ends up being a few hours after dinner begins. It's a great way to make sure that all of the major events of your wedding day will be covered without having to worry about sacrificing coverage at the beginning or end of the day!