After you inquire, we will contact you regarding our availability and place and time for us to meet. From here we can discuss your plans and talk about our approach to photographing your wedding day. Once you choose your package, we'll prepare the agreement which can be signed and submitted along with 30% of the package price to hold your date. The booking process is straight forward and free of surprises.
An engagement session is a great opportunity to capture fun and romantic photographs in your everyday attire. We approach these sessions the same way we do photographs at the wedding, to capture you being you and showcasing your love for one another.
Where'd The Time Go?
As your wedding nears we’ll touch base the week before to go over the timeline and work out all the details and collect the remaining balance of 70%. We'll make sure the photography blends in to your day seamlessly and unobtrusively so that the focus stays on the celebration. This allows us to keep our work focused around photographing you and your guests naturally and effortlessly.
Here Comes The Bride
At the wedding itself, we'll pursue the real moments that define relationships and highlight the energy and excitement and the emotion of the day. When you look back at your photographs you’ll remember all the precious moments and all the of the memories of the day. You'll have the freedom to enjoy your wedding, not be stuck in awkward poses that aren't you, and your style.
The Honeymoon Phase
While you are on your honeymoon we'll be busy color correcting and editing every image and preparing your online gallery. After editing, you’ll have all your photographs in high resolution which you are free to download as an app or to share on Facebook, submit to blogs, email to friends and print wherever you’d like. If your guests would like to order prints they can get the same quality prints as you will from us on super high end Kodak Endura Paper directly from your online gallery. For the Bride and Groom, you'll work directly with us in designing your albums, and handling any print credit you have, and have a direct hand in the process.