You have questions?

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 What equipment do you use?

Canon 5d MarkIII / Sigma ART 35mm / Sigma ART 50mm / Canon 85L 1.2 / Canon 100mm Macro / Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT / Lightroom for post processing

How long does it take you to edit a wedding?

I typically have a wedding delivered within 4 weeks but absolutely no longer than 6. I always send sneak peeks of the wedding via email or text a few days after the wedding because I know you’re dying to see photos! Then I spend the next few weeks editing your gallery to perfection. Trust me, it’s worth the wait ;) Lastly, before I send you the link to your online gallery, I’ll send a little surprise in the mail for you and your honey to enjoy and get you excited to see all of your photos.

How many photos will come in my gallery?

My portrait sessions typically yield 60-100 images. Weddings can be anywhere from 500-1500 images, depending on the length and busyness of your day.

Do you travel?

Absolutely! It’s one of my favorite things to do. However, after 75 miles I do charge a small travel fee of $1/mile.

What should I wear for my engagement photos?

Great question! My advice is always to practice balance. Have a good balance of patterns to solids, colors to neutrals, etc. Most importantly, make sure whatever you wear makes you feel confident and bad ass. Whether that’s jeans and a t-shirt or a ball gown with heels, you look best when you are confident and comfortable ;)

What should I expect of my engagement session?

It is what you make it! I am down for any and all of your crazy ideas. Or, if you need a little guidance, I’m more than happy to suggest some of my favorite locations. One of my favorite ways to shoot portraits is to simply pick a nice starting location. We’ll meet at that location, shoot a bit, and then start to wander around. And that’s how the rest of your session will go. It’ll feel less like a stale, stiff portrait session and more like a fun stroll with a friend! We’ll chat and laugh and when inspiration hits, we’ll stop walking and shoot a bit. Then we’ll continue on!