HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE OF PHOTOGRAPHY?
I am for the most part a nontraditional wedding photographer, as I do not do the cheesy and unnatural poses. Although, I will always get the traditional family photos and at least one “smile at the camera” photo that grandma will love!
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
I am currently living right outside of NYC but primarily shoot in New York/Jersey, Chicago, and South Carolina. But I am available for travel elsewhere, and I’d love to join you on your adventure!
HOW DO WE RECEIVE OUR PHOTOS & HOW LONG UNTIL WE GET OUR PHOTOS BACK?
I send your photos out through an online gallery, where you can download your images at full resolution and easily share with your friends and family. Turn around time for your photos is 4-6 weeks after your wedding date!
DO YOU OFFER ALBUMS?
I do, and I’m extremely excited and passionate about it! The albums I offer are lay flat, leather bound, and embossed albums. Albums are a much more intimate and personal way to relive your wedding day. When you just have your photos digitally you tend to look through them so quickly and don’t really take in the full experience. There is something so special about having a physical image in front of you… I will always recommend adding an album to your package.
CAN WE SEE A FULL GALLERY?
Um YES! Seeing a finished product is a big part of your decision!
HOW MANY IMAGES DO YOU TYPICALLY DELIVER?
Whenever I hear this question, I always think “quality over quantity”. You will get A LOT of photos but the quality of each image is more important to me then just throwing in more images to reach a higher number. For engagement shoots you will typically receive 80-100+ photos. Weddings range anywhere from 400-700+ depending on how many hours and if there is a second photographer.
DO WE NEED A SECOND PHOTOGRAPHER?
Needing a second photographer really depends on what your looking for. Benefits of having a second photographer; they are able to capture the groom getting ready (as I spend most of my time with the bride), you will receive more photos in the end product, they can capture the candid moments of your guests enjoying your big day. But to answer the question, it’s not always necessary, just take into consideration how many people are attending the wedding, and your timeline!