THAT IS ALWAYS THE BIG QUESTION AND I KNOW HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO YOU. I KEEP PRICING SIMPLE. ALL OFFERINGS INCLUDE A COLLECTION OF HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES WITH REPRODUCTION RIGHTS AS WELL AS AN ONLINE GALLERY FOR SHARING WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY. PLEASE CONTACT THE STUDIO FOR A TAILORED PROPOSAL
Absolutely! While I'm based in Colorado, I love to travel, have a current passport and I have photographed hundreds of weddings away from home.
What I love the most about having 2 photographers is seeing 2 completely different perspectives and having the ability to have coverage in two places at one time. If you're having a larger production with a lot of moving parts it really is best to have 2 professionals.
Yes. Every wedding is photographed with a combination of film and digital media. My grandfather gifted me my first camera when I was just a teenager. It was a canon slr. Grandpa showed me how to load the film, the basic settings and said "figure it out and I'll give you another." It changed my life forever and I'm always thrilled to bring one of Grandpa's cameras along for the ride.
Recently, I have began a love affair with Super 8mm Films. They are a little shaky, a little scratchy, a little lo-fi, and a whole lot nostalgic. I absolutely love the way Super 8mm feels voyeuristic, it puts the viewer right in the middle of the scene and immediately conjures up memory recall and emotional response.
Yes. The reality is that all the digital work captured at your event starts in color and I shoot a mix of black and white and color film. Your final gallery will be a good mix and clients usually have a 30:70 ratio of black and white to color.
Most full day wedding celebrations garner between 500-700 fully finished images.
I always like to start our journey with a quick call to get an idea of the scope of your celebration. From there, I'll send along a proposal for you to explore options tailored to your specific needs and wants.