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Wedding FAQ

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What camera gear do you use for your work?
I am a Canon shooter! I shoot with professional Canon gear. My main body is a Canon R6. My lenses include 24mm f/1.4L, 50mm f/1.2L, 85mm 1.2L, 100mm f/2.8L, 135mm f/2L and 70-200mm f/2.8L. I use the Canon 600EX-RT Speedlight system. As a wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event, I carry backups on me at all times.

Do you have insurance?
Yes, I have both equipment and event insurance. Many venues require insurance in order for me to shoot there โ€“ check with your venue!

Do you have a travel fee?
I do not charge a travel fee for weddings that are within a 2 hour drive from Lake Elsinore, California. A reasonable travel fee will apply for locations further away or out-of-state weddings; please make sure to include your wedding location when inquiring!

There is no travel fee for engagement sessions taking place within 30 miles of Lake Elsinore. If you would like your engagement session to take place in an alternate location, please contact me for a custom quote. Clients are responsible for any fees that need to be paid to shoot at locations that require a permit.

How do we book you?
30% of your package total is due upon booking as a non-refundable retainer. I book on a first-come, first-served basis. The balance is due one month before your wedding date.

How long does it take to get wedding photos back?
Your gallery of high-resolution, downloadable images will be ready within 6 weeks of your wedding day, with plenty of sneak peeks posted on my social media accounts in the meantime! If a wedding album is being created, I typically work with the couple after their gallery is released to pick favorites, and then proceed with the album design process. Album proofs are available 4 weeks after favorites are selected.

How many photos will I receive?
About 100 photos per hour of shooting. I carefully cull all my photos so you receive the best pictures. Additionally, all photos delivered to the bride and groom go through basic editing, which includes color correction, exposure correction, and sharpness adjustment. All photos you receive will be ready to print, and come with a print release!

How do we confirm all of our wedding information prior to the wedding?
This is one of the most important parts of the wedding process โ€“ planning for your wedding day! 6 weeks before your wedding, I reach out to let you know your final payment as well as send a questionnaire that goes over a lot of information โ€“ important addresses, your lists of family formals, timing of reception events, etc. You may have already shared you want more time to get portraits, so we take that into account when creating the timeline. This helps everything run more more smoothly on your big day!