FAQ

How do I book?

Send a message and we will confirm that we are free on your wedding date. We will answer any questions you have. If you decide to book us for your wedding day we will send you an electronic contract to review and sign. We need the first payment of $500 to reserve your wedding date. We accept credit cards, paypal, check or cash. The remainder of the balance is due on or before your wedding date.

Do you include digital images and reprint rights?

We include a usage and reprint right release so that you can post them to facebook, make “thank you” cards, make your own album, or send them to family. They are yours to enjoy for ever.

How long until I can see my photos?

Generally it takes 3 weeks to edit and deliver your photographs.

How many photographs will I get?

This varies significantly depending on the wedding, but generally at least 75 per hour of photography.

Do I choose my photographer?

All of our photographers photograph in a similar light and fun style and all photographs are edited to have a similar tone and look. All of the photographs on this site are taken by our photographers. In order for us to provide the most affordable rates we will fin a great photographer for you.

Do I get every photograph that you take?

We take lots and lots of photographs to ensure we can capture the best smiles, the best moments, and even try a couple creative things. We often take many photos in a row because someone often blinks or because we just want that perfect smile. Sometimes we take chances trying to capture a passing moment. For these reasons we take more than enough photographs with the intention of working down your photos to the right images to tell your wonderful wdding story.

How would you describe your style?

Documentary photography and fun portraiture with a light, bright, and fun natural look.

Do I need a second photographer?

Second photographers are helpful for a number of reasons other than simply capturing more photos. If you want photographs of both of you getting ready, but you are getting ready at separate locations you may need a second photographer. The second photographer is usually great to help the lead photographer go off and capture some really unique creative shots, interesting angles, or just focus on more candid moments with the rest of the guests.

What are your travel fees?

Travel fees may apply outside of the South Florida area if one of us is not close by. We will let you know at the time of booking if any fees would apply.

Do you design wedding albums?

Definitely. Your wedding album will be the physical piece of your wedding day that will last you both through the years together. It is the best way to communicate your story to your friends and family for decades to come. All of our albums are lay-flat and flush mount heavy binding leather albums built to last and show off your images in true professional photographic print.

Do you take photo recommendations from Pinterest?

Pinterest is a really fun place and has lots of great ideas. We enjoy ideas and input, but cannot guarantee any specific shot because we want to concentrate on all of the important wonderful moments happening naturally. We can capture some really fun creative photos as well but just want to avoid going on a photo scavenger hunt on your wedding day.

What do you use to photograph?

We use professional full frame cameras and prime and zoom lenses. Our cameras have two memory card slots to ensure your moments are safe.

How do you photograph outdoor weddings at night?

Living in South Florida we photograph a lot of weddings outdoors at night and love them. There is so much excitement and fun under the stars as well as so much beautiful light to capture. We have plenty of experience with both natural night lighting flash lighting and can show you examples and help you with your wedding lighting option.

What is a “First Look”?

Sometimes couples want to photograph their portraits before the wedding ceremony. In order to capture the awe of seeing each other for the first time we might arrange a place for you to see each other for the first time on the wedding day.

There are many benefits to photographing your portraits before the ceremony, including; 1) having more time to photograph, 2) timing: if your ceremony is scheduled for sunset and we want natural light portraits, 3) it is nice to be able to kick off your shoes and let down your hair to party as soon as the ceremony is over, 4) it has been known to get a bit… warm in Florida and you might want to be as fresh as possible for photos. We have never heard anything but the most positive feedback from first looks, whereas we have run into a situation now and then with ceremonies running late and running out of time or light for photographs.

Do you photograph stand alone engagements or proposals?

All the time. Here is our engagement FAQ.

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