WEDDINGS AND ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS
WHAT TO EXPECT BEFORE THE BIG DAY
I am a big fan of communication. I like to feel organized and coordinated with my couples. If we're going to be working together, I want us to be on the same page when it come to EVERYTHING. We will have discussed many of the finer details of your wedding such as optimal places to take photos at each of the different stops, timeline of the entire day, your flattering angles (they will all be beautiful when I'm done with you), unique family dynamics, etc. I will also have you and your loved one fill out an in depth questionnaire. This covers literally everything you could imagine including a list of images that you can decide to be important or non important to you. This way I will know exactly what you have in mind for your photographic journalism vision of possibly the most important day of your life.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE BIG DAY
This is the exciting stuff. I will meet you in accordance to our game plan. In many cases, I will arrive in the morning at the venue where you and your bridesmaids are getting prepared for the day. I will be with you during all of the smiles, laughs and tears throughout one of the most important days of your lives, silently and meticulously creating images that you will love almost as much as the person you are marrying (hehe.) This is why it is very important for us to meet each other prior to the wedding and engagement shoot. Many couples do not actually know how much time is spent with their photographer. In many cases, it is upwards of fourteen hours straight. So we'd better make sure we get along like peaches and cream.
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER THE BIG DAY
I get to work with the post processing. I will provide you with a sneak peek of a few images that can be posted in social media, used as a thank you card or blown up to a 50x70 foot canvas! Whatever your heart desires. I will diligently continue to process the remainder of your images over the next few weeks. You can expect roughly 700-1100 images within approximately four weeks!