6 hours of coverage, High-resolution edited images and unrestricted rights to print and share, Private Web Gallery, $100 print credit
8 hours of coverage, High-resolution edited images and unrestricted rights to print and share, Private Web Gallery, $100 print credit
10 hours of coverage, 1 hour Engagement Session, High-resolution edited images and unrestricted rights to print and share, Private Web Gallery, $200 print credit
Engagement Shoot: $500
Second Photographer $600
Albums: (Start At) $800
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What's your approach to photographing a wedding?
When will we get our photos?
Where are you based and do you travel?
How many pictures will we receive?
Do you bring a second photographer?
Do you take any posed photos?
My goal is a stress-free experience for my clients. A wedding day, especially before the ceremony, can feel a little stressful at times and if that happens, no one needs a demanding photographer hurrying them along.
I use the skills I've developed over the years as a photojournalist to capture real moments, without intruding to stage photos. Not only because this makes for authentic photos, but my clients aren't distracted or stressed out by the process and that really comes through in the photos too. I always take some posed photos. These are really important and posed photos of the couple are often some of the best photos of the day. But I do everything I can to keep the experience easy and fun.
Your will receive an online gallery link with all your photos within maximum 8 weeks (sometimes less depending on the season I photograph your wedding). You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them, choose your favorites, and also order prints!
I''m based in Western, Massachusetts and I love to travel! If you want me to photograph your wedding and you live more than 100 miles away from my home, it will require a travel fee and my expenses covered. I Contact me for details!
For a 8 hours coverage wedding, you will receive between 500 and 700 fully edited images. I try to eliminate redundant images so that you see all the best images, but aren't overwhelmed with choices either.
Most of the time, no, because I do not feel it's necessary. I've photographed weddings solo about 70% of the time. However, some weddings are larger and more elaborate and a second photographer can be a big help. Sometimes one half of the couple is getting ready miles away from the other and a second photographer can be really helpful in those cases as well.
Of course! There are certain images, like portraits and family groups that require posing and staging. I really enjoy this part, especially the portraits, I just try to limit this to a short time (usually 45-60 minutes total for portraits, wedding party and family groups.)