Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How long have you been a photographer? A: I bought my first 35 mm camera, a Praktika super TL, my senior year in high school, which is longer ago than I care to discuss. :)

Q: Can I see some more of your pictures? A:  Sure. Click this link: http://www.vimeo.com/29389043

Q: What about reviews? A: Click here: http://www.wedplan.net/pages/25467/reviews/

Q: What style of pictures do you take? A:We specialize in the photo-journalistic style, which records the events of the day as they unfold. We love freezing those spontaneous, unguarded moments that happen on a wedding day, but we shoot all of the traditional posed shots as well. Take a look at our gallery and you can get a good idea of our style and skill level.

Q: In three words, how would you describe yourselves? A: Flexible, fun and easy to work with. Okay, that’s more than three words, but you get the idea.

Q: Why don’t you offer packages? A: Every wedding and every budget is different, so I offer Simple Pricing. That way, you only pay for what you want.

Q: Will I get a DVD with all of my pictures on it? A: Yes, every couple will receive up to 5  DVDs with somewhere between 500 to 1,000 fully-edited images. There is no copyright, so you can take it to Walmart or wherever you like to print extras.

Q: Will you put our pictures up on a website? A: Yes, we post all of your pictures online, so your friends and family can all get a look.

Q: Can I give you a list of pictures I want taken? A: Sure, I’ll shoot any picture you like. Pinterest is a great resource for wedding pictures.

Q: How long after the wedding do we get our pictures? A: Usually, 30 days, depending on  the services that you choose and my current workload.

Q: What about payment? A: $300 at booking, with the balance due 30 days before the wedding date.  Save 10% if you pay the entire amount in advance.

Q: Do you take credit cards? A: Yes – Mastercard and Visa.

Q: What’s your favorite Coen Brothers’ movie? A: Raising Arizona

Q: Am I going to love my pictures? A: Yes, you are.