When will we get our photos?

For a wedding, you will receive your online gallery with all of your photos within three months of your session date.
(this could be less but you will receive them no later than 3 months)

For a full or half session, you will receive your photos within 4-8 weeks depending on the season and my work load. (But will receive sneaks within a week)

Can we extend/add time to our session?

Ultimately, I would like to keep the allotted time frame.
But depending on my schedule we could allow more time for shooting.

**There would be a fee for extra time.

How do you photograph weddings?

I will be by your side to help you with all the details prior to your special day.

We will discuss your goals, as far as what you want to be photographed and what you don't. I then will send you an information packet to fill out and then I will create an organized timeline of how the day should run for photos! (This does not mean the timeline has to be set & stone)
For example; family photos, the best moments for photographing the couple, wedding party, and details of the wedding.
I love seeing your dress, colors, invites, and other details of your wedding prior so we can get a clear picture of your ideas and all the special things that will happen on the best day of your life at that moment.

I want to capture all of the moments, from crazy to calm!!

Is there a certain time of day we should plan our session to get the best lighting?

Typically I try to schedule all of my sessions and hour prior to sunset so we can get that beautiful "golden hour" sunset lighting.
Something to keep in mind when trying to decide on a time for your wedding ceremony. My recomendation would be to plan a time to ensure we have one full hour of daylight after the ceremony ends to capture group and couples portraits. IF we are photographing family after the ceremony then plan for alittle over an hour.
This ensures that we grab those couples portraits during the sunset.
ALSO, if you plan to have an earlier ceremony we can sneak out during that "golden hour" and capture those couples portraits.