Do you shoot destination weddings?
Can I extend the session on the day of?
Will there be a second shooter?
How many images will we recieve?
What is the best way to get ahold of you?
What kind of gear do you use?
Do I have to order prints through you?
Do you provide RAWs?
Yes! I love being able to shoot in new and exciting locations giving my clients completely unique memories that fit my clients. Additional costs usually include mileage/airfare and lodging.
Absolutely, if we find that we just need more time to get all the shots you need I'm happy to extend sessions.
You have the option to add a second shooter to any package you choose.
This amount heavily depends on how the day goes. On average, I shoot around 75-100 images per hour. I usually try and give you most of what I shoot, but I, of course, get rid of test shots, out of focus shots, photos where someone is blinking, etc.
My preferred method of communication is e-mail. I check it the most, and that way, everything we talk about is in writing, so the two of you and I can go back a reference to what we have talked about. I am more than willing to be contacted via text, phone call, or Skype (or related video conferencing service) as well.
I am currently using a Canon 5d Mark IV as my primary camera and Canon 6d as my back up/second camera. For lenses, I am using a Tamron 24-70 f/2.8, Canon 70-200 f/2.8, Canon 50mm f/1.4, and a Canon 16-35 f/2.8. I have a multitude of Godox flashes that I use MagMod modifiers on.
I provide my clients with an online password protected viewing gallery for you to spend time viewing, sending to your friends and family, and ordering. I do provide a print release, so you are welcome to download the images from your gallery and order prints wherever you would like. However, to ensure quality and correct color, I would recommend ordering prints through your gallery to get the best quality print.
Under no circumstances do I provide RAWs or the ability to edit my photographs to the client(s) for any portrait or wedding sessions. This allows me to maintain my brand and keep consistent the quality of my final product to the client. In certain special circumstances, such as but not limited to commercial work of a collaborative nature, advertising situations that would require the passing of RAWs to a graphic designer, etc. I would be willing to consider giving RAWs to these types of clients.