Q and A

Before you book your wedding photographer it's important that you understand how they work and if you and them will be a good fit. Here are some of our most commonly asked questions about how we work and our answers to them! And of course, if you have any other questions please reach out!

Do you travel? How much will it cost?

Absolutely! Whether it’s 3 hours away or on the other side of the world, we love to travel. As to the cost, that depends. We always shop smart when it comes to travel and will always provide our travel fees up front.

What’s your delivery time like?

Our turn-around time for Wedding Galleries is between 4-6 weeks in slower seasons, and up to 8-10 weeks in our busy season.

How are my images delivered?

Depending on the package you book with us, your photos will either be delivered digitally, or both digitally and on USB. Your images will be available for you to digitally download for up to 60 days after recieving your gallery.

How do we book our wedding with you?

When you’re ready there is a 50% non-refundable retainer due upon contract signature. This retainer secures your date, if it hasn’t been paid, you have not booked us. The remaining 50% is due one week before your wedding. Cash or check is preferred.

Can I print my own photos?

Most definitely. Every contract includes the personal printing rights of your photos with no sneaky, secret hidden fees. You can also print straight from your online gallery, complete with canvas and metal options.

I have a specific vision for what I want my wedding photos to look like. Can you make it happen?

If you’ve always dreamt of a photo of you hugging your parents right after the ceremony, then of course! Or if you want certain photos around your venue, then yeah! We’re down for anything like that. What we’re not down for is recreating images. When you compare your images to someone else’s (whether you found it on Pinterest, Instagram, or anywhere else) take into consideration that literally everything about a photo is unique. Lighting, composition, editing, expressions, clothing, weather, and the direction from the photographer to the couple all factor into an image. Your photos are unique to you, and we want our photos to be unique to us.