Frequently Asked Questions

01. How much do you charge?

When pricing a photography session there are many variables involved. For that reason, I rarely publish my prices online. Instead, I provide my clients with quotes based on their specific needs. Before providing a quote I typically ask for the following information: type of photography needed, approximate hours of coverage, location, date & time, size of event, etc. Feel free to contact me for a quote!

02. Do you have a price list?

I have price lists for certain types of photo sessions like weddings, elopements, proposals, engagements. If you like, I can email you a PDF version of these price lists.

03. How do I book a session? Is a deposit/retainer required?

Typically I require a deposit to reserve a date & time for your session. The deposit amount will vary depending on the photoshoot.

04. How many photos will I receive? 

You will receive approximately 50 to 75 photos per hour. This may vary depending on the type of session. 

05. How long will it take to receive my photos?

Not too long! For small projects like family or couples sessions I submit them in about 1 to 2 weeks. For special events like weddings, elopements, proposals, and engagements they will take around 4 to 6 weeks. Sneak peeks will be provided shortly after your special event. Times may vary depending on the season.

06. How are my photos delivered? Do I have printing rights?

Your photos will be delivered through an online gallery where you can view, download, and share your photos with friends, family, colleagues, etc. You will receive full printing rights! (unless stated otherwise)

07. Will you travel?

Yes! I will travel for a photography session (within reason) at the expense of the client.

08. What type of photography do you specialize in?

I’m a multi-genre photographer. I switch things up to keep it fresh and test my abilities. My early freelance work was largely focused on content creation and commercial work. As I’ve matured as a photographer, my freelance work has focused more on photographing people: weddings, elopements, engagements, proposals, couples, families, etc.

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