Wedding

 

"When you trip over love, it is easy to get up. But when you fall in love, it is impossible to stand again" 

                                          Albert Einstein

 

Congratulations on your upcoming Wedding

Tell me about you


I know that hiring your wedding photographer is more than just a simple decision, it’s an emotional investment.
Getting to know you helps us determine if we’re the right match for each other.

 

 

Colorado Photographer

 

Hello!

With each wedding, my goal is to photograph the day so that a couple and their families can experience it again and again. For me, that means understanding your vision, your personal style, and your individual needs. Choosing a photographer is one of the most important decisions you will make for your wedding day. It is important to feel comfortable with the photographer, as you will be spending a great deal of time with them. I photograph in a personal and non-obtrusive way. I will fade into the background while capturing candid moments, and yet I will comfortably take control during portrait sessions and when you need my assistance. My style is light and fun. I can capture every step of the day, starting from the time you are getting ready in the morning until the last dance. It’s completely up to you. It's your day and your story.

You’ve got Q’s… I’ve got A’s

 

We love your photos! What’s next?

Let’s get together! First visit my CONTACT page to get in touch. I like getting to know my clients, and vise-versa, so I prefer to start by scheduling an in-person consultation where I can answer questions to your heart’s desire over a nice cup of coffee :)

 

I also offer detailed timeline planning (free, of course) during your consultation. My biggest priority is making sure your day is as relaxed and enjoyable as possible, and together we can come up with a plan for how your photography will fit into it.

 

How many weddings do you photograph each year?

I limit my workload to 15 weddings per year. This ensures that I can give your wedding the attention to detail that it deserves, and edit your images to the same standardnys of near-obsession as the photos you see on my website. And by the way, weekends in summer fill up FAST.

 

Is the engagement session really included in the wedding price?

YES it is! Remember how I said that I like getting to know my clients? Well, what’s better than a one or two hour photo session for getting to know each other! I consider it a practice session for your wedding. It’s the perfect way to make sure you are comfortable in front of the camera, and know what to expect. And of course, you get an awesome set of photos for your save-the-date cards too. I also have an option without the engagement session.

 

What should we wear and bring to an engagement session?

Avoid bold or distracting patterns. Keep it simple and “nice-casual.” Wear colors that are in the same palette and tone. I find that mid to lighter tones generally work best with my style of photography, especially on top (but darker denim jeans are fine). Choose colors that “go together” without being “matchy-matchy.” 

 

 

What are your “packages” ?

I get this questions a lot. I don’t sell print packages in the same way many traditional photographers do. I find that everyone’s print needs are different, so all of my prints are sold a la carte and I keep prices very reasonable across the board. 

 

What do we receive?

All of your final photos will be fully edited and then uploaded to a private online gallery with a password, where you can download your hi-resolution files directly. In fact, anyone you share that password with can view and even order high quality prints. But you will have FULL PRINTING RIGHTS to print your photos wherever, whenever, and however you like. Forever.

 

Do you batch-edit photos or outsource?

No way. I spend time individually editing EVERY. SINGLE. IMAGE.

 

Do you have insurance?

Yep, I’m legit like that.

 

Do you bring back-up equipment?

Definitely.

 

Do you back up your photos?

ABSOLUTELY!  

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How do we pay?

I accept just about every major form of payment. Unfortunately I must charge 3% fee for credit cards, so cash or check is best. I must receive a 50% “retainer” (half of your session fee) in order to reserve your date. So it helps to bring some form of payment to the consultation in case you decide to book that day.

 

DENVER COLORADO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

DENVER WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER | WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY DENVER

 COLORADO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

 

San Diego| California