I use professional Nikon cameras and lenses and am a member of Nikon Professional Services (NPS). My favorite lens is my 70-200 2.8 and even though I would love to use that lens all day every day, there are a number of other lenses that I use to compliment the Wedding Day Coverage. All of my Nikon equipment is sent in annually for cleaning and calibrating to keep it in peak condition. For light, I use Nikon speedlights, Alien Bees strobes and a number of modifiers and reflectors.
My goal is for your family and friends to look back on your wedding photos years after and say that they are 'so you.' To achieve that, I will put you in the right light and then encourage you to stand naturally and take a deep breath. Then I will tell a few bad jokes or recite a few bad movie lines and we will see where to go from there. If you need the extra help, I can certainly step in to help.
You can expect to receive approximately 50 images per hour covered. A typical 9 hour wedding day would then yield a minimum of 450 images. As for when, you will see one preview image posted to my Instagram the day after your wedding. The rest of the images will be made available 4-6 weeks after your wedding day in a password protected gallery.
When your image gallery is ready for view, you will receive a link to the gallery via email. For your family and friends to view your image gallery, you can simply share that link email with them.
We off a variety of Collections that may include Wedding Day Coverage, an Engagement Session, Wedding Album, Boudoir, Thank You's and Save the Date's, and Print on Wood. Our clients tend to spend between $3,900 and $4,500 on their Collection.
YES! I carry both liability coverage as well as full equipment coverage.
Every Wedding Day Collection includes the Digital Images with Personal Printing Rights, or using your Wedding Day images for you own personal use. Your images will be full size and full resolution and not watermarked. I highly recommend MPIX for printing of your images. Remember that drug stores, warehourse stores and big box stores are NOT photo labs.
I am absolutely in love with the Wood Prints. We have them all over our house. They look great on a collage wall with framed prints or by themselves on a small wall or on a mantle sitting in an easel. AND the Wedding Album is a beautiful way to show your images for years and even generations to come.
Yes! Head over to my blog and read what I had to say about this - Tips & Tricks for the Wedding Day.