FAQ?’s | When my wife Grey and I were getting married we had so many questions… You probably do too. Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions for your convenience. These questions are the ones all the major wedding blogs tell you to ask your potential wedding photographer. You may click on any one of the questions in the “Index of Questions” for a shortcut to the answer; or you may browse all of the questions and answers in the “Full Q&A. If you have other questions, feel free to email our studio manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
To reserve your date, we require a signed contract with a retainer. Please contact us to check our availability or request a contract.
A retainer equaling 50% of your desired package. Contact us about payment plans options.
The final balance is due 10 days before the wedding.
2 – All weddings are shot by myself and at-least one other assistant. More are available if needed.
Meals are not required, but are greatly appreciated.
We will provide you a standard list of pictures most commonly requested by the wedding couple. If you have additional special pictures that you would like, please make a list and share it with us during one of your consultation planning sessions.
A second shooter is included in my Base Commission. Additional personnel can be added a la carte for exceptionally large weddings or those with complicated logistics.
We use some of the highest quality digital SLR cameras. Each photographer will use multiple cameras during your wedding ensuring any technical difficulty will not cause any missed opportunities. We always carry back-up equipment of everything that’s in our bag.
It’s up to you! All of our clients will also have a shareable online slideshow, blog post, Facebook gallery and an online sales cart. An online proof gallery containing all your images will be available worldwide 24/7/365 for viewing and ordering by you, your guests, your loved ones.
Post Production Questions
We shoot most of our images in Raw
Yes we do. Every image we deliver is post produced with our unique style of basic post production. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, selective black and white processing, clarity adjustments, and other corrections as needed.
It depends on the length of the day, the number of locations involved and the number of your guests. We can provide you with a close estimation once we know the details of your day.
Do you shoot in Black and White, Color or both?