Q: How long will it take to receive our photos?
A: Unless otherwise agreed upon, expect to receive your photos approximately 8 weeks following the date of your wedding.
Q: Will our images be edited?
A: Yes, all of your images will be edited during my strenuous post production process. They will all receive proper color balancing and tonal adjustments necessary to provide beautiful, crisp, vibrant images ready for print use or sharing online. In addition, a select amount of images will be processed a little further to provide my signature look.
Q: Do you ever shoot with additional photographers?
A: Yes I do shoot with additional photographers whenever the event requires it. Such as a medium to large wedding or an event needing 6 hours or more of photography coverage. Bringing along an additional photographer greatly helps to broaden the scope of what our cameras can capture and helps to prevent missing any of those special candid moments.
Q: Do you shoot in film or digital format?
A: Currently I only shoot in digital format.
Q: Can you give us the RAW files?
A: Unfortunately, I cannot give any client RAW files being that it is an incomplete product and is for post production purposes only.
Q: What kind of camera equipment are you using?
A: I solely use Canon DSLR cameras and lenses. In addition, I only use Profoto lighting gear for those situations when I need to paint my own light.
Q: What happens if our digital negatives are damaged or lost on our end?
A: If anything happens to your digital negatives for whatever reason, I would be more than happy to get you a replacement disc immediately. Note that I keep your images securely archived for a period of 5 years from your wedding date. _
Q: Can we print our digital files at any print lab of our choosing?
A: Yes, you are more than welcome to have your images printed with any print lab of your choosing, although I suggest only using a professional print lab and not your local drugstore. In our contract, I release reproduction rights to you, so be sure to bring that along for verification with the print lab.