Q&A / FAQ's
q: How do you go about photographing a wedding day?
a: The easiest and quickest way to describe what I do is....I concentrate on light, location, and emotion. I like to think of your wedding day as a big story. I strive to tell your story, through my images, in a creative and romantic way.
q: What's the best time of day to schedule our bride & groom portraits?
a: Typically, a couple hours or an hour before sunset is ideal for great light. Great light lends to beautiful images. However, I can make any time of day work, so don't worry about it too much.
q: How much time should we allow for bride & groom portraits on our wedding day?
a: Ideally, I would love to have at least an hour to create some portraits of just the two of you.
q: How many photos do you include for a typical wedding or portrait session?
a: It varies quite a bit from wedding to wedding, but typically between 500-800 photos are delivered. For a portrait/engagement session, anywhere between 75-125 is typical.
q: How long does it take to get my photos?
a: For a wedding, typically 4-6 weeks. If it's busy, busy season, more like 6-8 weeks. For a portrait/engagement session, 3-4 weeks is typical.
q: How do you feel about Pinterest ideas and shot idea lists?
a: I think Pinterest is a great tool to gather ideas, but when it comes to your wedding day... It is your wedding day. Your photography should be unique to your day, rather than looking the same as hundreds of others. As your wedding day entirely unique to you, I will capture your love story the way I see it unfold.
q: Do you travel to photograph weddings?
a: Um... YES!!! I love traveling and shooting weddings in new places. Take me somewhere fun! Please don't hesitate to inquire with me if you aren't getting married in Savannah or its surrounding areas!
q: Do you charge travel expenses?
a: Travel expenses for weddings within 100 miles of Savannah will be covered within the package fee. Expenses for travel and accommodation for further distances will be added.
q: Do you have insurance?
a: Yes, of course, this is a must! If your venue needs proof, don’t hesitate to send them my way.
q: What kind of cameras do you use?
a: I shoot with professional quality Nikon full-frame DSLRs and prime lenses (currently the D750 and D700 models). I may even whip out a film camera or two if the moment dictates.