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Wedding - Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book my wedding with you?

First, let's chat and get to know each other a little bit! We will determine if your date is available with us and then we can discuss your wedding plans and hours you would like coverage for. Upon booking, a $500 or $750 retainer is due with your wedding contract. The remaining balance must be paid 2 weeks prior to your wedding date. Payments can be made at any time. These retainers are non-refundable and serve as a cancellation fee in the event that you would cancel or change your wedding date as the time and date has been held for you and was not allowed to be booked by anyone else.

How do you take payments?

Payment is accepted via an online invoices You can pay by cash, credit card, or debit card. An instant receipt is then emailed right back to you.

How long does it take to receive my gallery?

Turn around time is within 90 days but you do get a handful of previews within a week. Of course I will keep you updated!

How will I receive my gallery?

You will receive an email that your photos are ready with a link and download PIN.

How many images are included?

Typically, I say 50 edited photos for every 60 minutes.

How can I use images right away for thank you cards?

I edit and post a handful of images for sneak peeks within a few days to a week of your wedding. You may use those for thank you cards or I can email you any requested image!

Can I have the unedited or RAW images?

No, RAWs can only be opened with professional programs and it is determined by me and my editing style how they will be edited and delivered. The images are also copyrighted, so editing them in any other manner then how they were delivered is not allowed but feel free to email me with any requests.


Is there a print release?

Yes! A print release is included with wedding packages. This means you may print from wherever you chose to. Keep in mind, that photos printed other than the lab I use and recommend, may not be accurate with coloring, quality, or cropping. Especially printed at lower end places or printers.

Do you have any more questions? Feel free to ask away! :) Contact me here

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