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How long will it take to get my full wedding gallery back?

You will get sneak peeks 48 hours after your wedding. You can think of these as your wedding's greatest hits hand chosen by me in my best efforts to tell the story of your magical day. Your finished gallery will be delivered 6-8 weeks after your wedding. I know this seems like a long time to wait but I promise it will be worth it!

How long until I will receive my photos?

I deliver a professional online gallery to all of my clients. This gallery will stay open for one year after your wedding day which will give you plenty of time to save them in a safe place. 

Do you offer prints and albums?

YES I DO! When your photos are sent to you you'll be able to print photos or make a wedding album straight from your gallery! If you want to build your own, have assistance from me, or have me build your album for you it can be done.

Can we swap our engagement session for extra wedding coverage?

I consider your engagement session as a gift from me to you. So unfortunately you can not skip the session and add hours to the coverage of your wedding. This session is a great opportunity to meet me and get comfortable with my shooting style!

How many photos will you deliver from our wedding?

I truly believe that every wedding is unique and will receive a different amount of images. I typically deliver 100 images per hour of coverage, even more if I have a second shooter for your wedding. I am notorious for giving my clients more pictures than I initially say, better to under-promise and over-deliver!

Is a second photographer necessary for my wedding?

There are so many bonuses to having a second photographer at your wedding! You will get more pictures at different angles and perspectives, your timeline will run smoother being able to utilize both of us, and there is an extra security for your wedding images in the unlikely situation my equipment malfunctions. With all that said... you should not feel pressured to have a second shooter if you can't afford it or you really don't think it's necessary. Smaller and intermate weddings will most likely not need a second shooter and even if you're having a big wedding I am more than comfortable shooting on my own and being confident that nothing will be missed.

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