How many hours are included in a standard day for wedding photography?

The typical day includes 8 to 10 hours, depending largely on the start time and whether a “first look” experience is included.

frequently asked questions

Why is it important to have a “first look” moment?

When you include a “first look” moment on your wedding day, you freeze a special moment in time and capture the excitement and emotion at the very start of your union. The bride and groom photos are done at the same time as the “first look” shoot, so the happy couple is free to mingle with their guests during cocktail hour. Not to mention, it’s a great way to calm your nerves before you say “I do!”

What’s the ideal location for “getting ready” photos?

Somewhere with soft, natural light and minimal surrounding distractions work best. Light, neutral-coloured walls and furniture work best to capture the scene so that you stand out as the center of attention!

What’s a typical investment for photography?

Our clients typically invest between $4,500 to $10,000 in their photography. Since every client has unique needs and preferences, we don’t offer set packages and pricing but rather we work with you to craft a custom collection.

What styles of photography do you offer?

I shoot both candid and editorial-style photographs. I typically capture detail shots in more of an editorial style and lifestyle shots from a more candid approach. With this balance between styles, we can create truly beautiful memories for you to look back on and cherish for years to come.

When will I receive the finished gallery of photos?

My standard turnaround time to deliver your finished gallery is 4 to 8 weeks.

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Whether it's the love shared between partners, the warmth of family, or the essence of your brand and business, we believe that your authentic self deserves to shine through in every image.  Get in touch today to discuss your vision and begin creating beautiful, lasting memories.

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