Here are the answers to some of the most common questions I get asked.
Every wedding gets a sneak peek within 24 hours and the full gallery 2-4 weeks after. Engagement session gallery with proofs is ready the next day and the rest within a week.
You will receive a link to an online gallery where you can download your high resolution and web sized photographs from the comfort of your couch. Prints and albums are available and delivered to your home. Check out the shop inside the gallery for a wide variety of printing options.
I don't set a limit for the number of photos I deliver, but you can expect 50-100 photos per hour.
An eight-hour wedding might have 650-1000 photos.
We do! We're happy to bring in an extra photographer or more if your situation requires it.
We do! Videography is another part of preserving your big day's memories, and we strongly recommend it. We have an amazing videographer in-house to make a short film of your day. Check out some of our lastest weddings. Video Gallery
We do. Please reach out with your date and destination to create a proposal for you.
Transportation fees are included in our pricing for most of East, Central, and North Florida.
In most cases we are happy to do a walk through of the venue with you to see what excites you about it!
Let's make it happen! We crave opportunities to be extra creative and to make visions come true.
I do! I offer family sessions, events, bridal, headshots, and more. Send me an email, and I will send the galleries and information. They range from 250-500
No worries, you are in good hands. We will guide you through everything, look for your angles, and create a fun experience for you.
Fill out the form, pay the $500 deposit, and sign the contract. It is that easy.
We takes checks, cash, and safe online payments. Once you secure your date, I can create multiple payments if needed, and the total amount is due two weeks before the wedding day.
Yes we do! You can order prints, canvases, and more directly from your online gallery.
That is actually encouraged here!
The hard answer here is no. The unfinished photographs do not represent the work and value you invested in.