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Q. what's your photography style?

A: This is such a broad question. It's best to call ourselves non-traditional photographers. We work hard to fight the traditional wedding photography stereotypes. We love moments in between the shots everyone else gets. Our goal is to provide you with a complete story of our time together with a mixture of candid moments and creatively-composed art that you can hang on your walls in your home. We won't have you holding up picture frames or making hand hearts, it's not in our personality.

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Q. what's it like to shoot with you?

A: We would hope that shooting with us wouldn’t be much different than hanging out with a friend. We invest in your relationship with each other and hope to begin one with you as well. We know that if you choose us we will be a part of your story and we take that seriously. But not too seriously because we want you to laugh, a lot. This is a fun time after all.
We also encourage our couples to really dig into what defines them as a couple so we can incorporate it into our time together. Do you have a favorite date spot? A spot that you met? Is there something that means a lot to you? We want to know all about it. The more you are surrounded by what feels like you, the easier for us to capture those candid moments. 

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Q. how do you feel about pinterest?

A: Pinterest is a wonderful tool. We make a habit of speaking in depth with our couples about what is important to them on their wedding day and what shots are "must haves" in their eyes. Pinterest is a great tool for us to be able to see what vibe and feeling they are hoping to get with their images. However we encourage couples to approach looking for a photographer like you would for a restaurant. You wouldn't go to an Italian restaurant for sushi, likewise go to your photographer embracing what they show and offer in their portfolio. Each photographer has a distinctive style and voice. It's important to find a photographer that fits your vision and we hope that is us! 

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Q: What is a first look and is it something my husband-to-be and I should do on our wedding day?

A: A first look is when the couple sees each other for the first time — in full wedding attire — before the ceremony. It’s an intimate moment away from the hustle and bustle of guests and wedding preparations for the couple to enjoy some quiet time alone before the wedding ceremony and reception begins. Most photographers stress the time saving factors of a first look, and while most of those are true, our focus on the wedding day is the couple. We want to protect the alone time you have together on your big day because we know how hectic it can become and we know that sometimes (most times) that time during the portrait session of the day is the only time you and your love will have alone.   

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Q. what are your clients usually like?

A: Our clients tend to be people who really love and value photography and are looking for something beyond the traditional “smile in the camera” images. They also tend to be really comfortable with each other and in their own skin. We know that authenticity makes for the very best images. 

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Q: How many images should we expect to receive and will we be able to print them? 

A: It was important to us that we are always photographers that we would want to hire ourselves. We desperately want you to print and enjoy your images. Any more, people will post online and never take the time to really print and display their beautiful images. For that reason, each of our packages come with a thumb drive of the edited, final, high resolution images from your day with printing rights. You should expect between 400-600 images from your big day. We won't leave any of the good ones out though, so if there are more, you will get them as well. 

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