Our wedding is still a long way away, is it too early to book?
I usually accept bookings for weddings as far as 2 years in advance, with most clients booking me between 9-14 months ahead of time, but I really have no solid rule against booking even earlier. It's never a bad idea to lock me in as early as you can to be sure your date isn't already taken!
How many photos will we receive?
You can expect at least 70 photos per hour that I shoot, so that's at least 560 final photos from a typical 8+ hour wedding day. I cull out all of the bloopers and redundant shots, edit the rest, and deliver it all to you in an online gallery to download.
For our engagement/bridal session/photoshoot, do you have location recommendations?
I do! I send all of my clients a link to a list (with photos!) to scroll through of all of my favorite Central Texas locations for photoshoots. You can choose from that list, or feel free to suggest something new.
Can you help us with our wedding day timeline?
Definitely! A good timeline can really make or break your photos, so I'm always happy to get involved and can help you design the perfect photo-friendly timeline that will not only lead to better photos but give you a stress-free day that is exactly perfect for you and whatever is most important to you!
Is there a travel fee if we book you for our out-of-town wedding?
Nope! I love road trips, and wave travel fees for any wedding anywhere Texas. The only time travel fees will apply is if you choose a location outside of about a 1-2 hour range of my home in Saint Hedwig, TX for any photoshoots like your engagement or bridal session.
How many weddings have you photographed?
Over 140! I rarely second shoot for other photographers, so all but maybe 10 of these have been my own clients where I was the lead shooter. I've also got atleast 300-400 photoshoots under my belt since going into business in 2014!
We think we're super awkward in front of the camera, will you tell us what to do?
Yasssss. This is actually one of the most common things I hear, literally to the word, and don't worry; I'm going to direct everything and make sure you both look great.