Commonly asked questions

FAQ

How long does it take to get our photos delivered?

My turnaround time for wedding photography is 6-8 weeks and about three weeks for regular sessions.

I send wedding day previews within 48 hours.

What camera do you use?

I shoot mainly with a Canon R5 and an array of lenses, although I have two favorite lenses that are in the heaviest rotation. I'm a fixed lens girl- I find them to be the sharpest and quickest! I also have a couple Canon 5D Mark IV's as backups and a few film cameras that I will use on occasion :)

How many photos can we expect?

For regular sessions I guarantee a minimum of 50, although my galleries are usually 80+ images.

For wedding day photography you can expect 50-100 photos per hour of photography coverage.

How would you describe your editing style?

Soft. Natural. Real. Timeless. True skin tones. I love film photography and how those images are instant classics, so those soft film colors are my inspiration.

What is your posing style?

I like a good mix of posed and candid. Being a photographer, natural real life photos are my favorite, but I also love a simple pretty portrait. My favorite photo from our wedding day is one of my husband and I both smiling easily at the camera, so I'm sure to get those shots for my couples, in addition to the candids.

Do we receive rights to photos?

You receive full print rights for non-commercial use from me, so you can download hi-res images via your digital gallery. Wedding galleries also include a print box with keepsake flash drive, as shown below.

Can we order prints through you?

You can easily and quickly order high-quality heirloom prints via your digital gallery! Friends and family love this feature!

Do you travel?

I love to travel! Travel fees vary according to location.

Do you do boudoir photoshoots?

Yes! I have images upon request. Not all of my clients wish for me to share those images, which I totally respect.

Is this your only job?

Photography is my only occupation, so most of my time and energy goes into my work. I never imagined it would keep me so busy but it is definitely a full time (and a half haha) job.

Do you outsource your work?

I do not hire associate photographers for my weddings or shoots and I edit all of my photos myself. I like full creative control of my work so I do not do any outsourcing.