Month: September 2017

Wedding Photography

From the first time you meet with us until the album is delivered, we take the stress out of at least one part of your wedding day. We start by meeting with you in person for a wedding consultation at your house, a coffee shop or a bookstore of your choice. We discuss the details of the day and what type of photography you like.

We really try to simplify our wedding photography pricing. All wedding photography packages include the following:

Bridal and engagement photo sessions
Fully equipped photographer with the latest digital technology
Coverage that begins 30 minutes prior to the ceremony
Online password protected wedding gallery
Each image individually reviewed for color correctness and cropping
Minimum of 500 hi resolution images on CD
50% discount on printing prices for bride & groom and parents

One or two Wedding Photographers?
If your wedding party consists of less than 6 people including the bride and groom and invited guests are less than 100, we suggest coverage with one photographer.

However if the party and guest are greater than above, we suggest two photographers. In larger weddings, there is a lot going on in a short amount of time. Having the ability to capture pictures in two places simultaneously is important for documenting both families’ properly. In addition the ceremony is covered from various angles with different lense types giving you more variety.

Additional options for your wedding photography

Prints all priced separately.
Proof books, Spiral bound photo magazines and bounded leather albums all priced separately. During our meeting, we will show you samples of each along with pricing.

Special Event Photography/ Sporting Event Photography

Capturing special events requires more than just the right equipment; it requires someone with the right eye, attention to detail, and the right attitude. Event Photography such as weddings, family reunions, sports, graduations or company meetings require that special touch and connection. Our goal is to capture the feelings and emotions of the event so years later you can remember the experience right down to the smallest detail. To accomplish this, the photographer has to flow and almost become part of the event. We want the group to be comfortable with us. At large events like weddings, our preference is to have both of us there. Capturing the event with two photographers gives you more coverage, variety and memories.…