It depends on many factors, such as time, project size, concept, and so on. We ask for 2 weeks to send you the final product.

This greatly depends on the type of job, but approximately 50 photos an hour. The important thing to remember is quality over quantity, that’s what really matters.

Absolutely. I will work with you to design the best possible schedule for including the locations you want while maximizing your photo time and ensuring we aren’t spending half the day in the car.

Absolutely. Shooting in the dark opens up a lot of options for introducing my own lighting and getting to play around! On the flip side, using off-camera lights in dark situations definitely requires a little bit of extra time to set up compared to shooting in natural light.

There are many different parts that need to come together in a polished final project: sound design, clips arrangement, motion graphics, titles, and color correction. Each project is different and turnover depends on many factors, with that being considered the majority of videos are finalized within 3 weeks.

You receive 2 revisions. Take a look at your video and really take your time analyzing every detail, this way you can easily compile a list of changes and send it our way.

The final edited video will be given digitally by uploading to google drive and the download link will be provided. This way you can share it with your loved ones with no hassle.

Yes of course! The secrete to taking great photos is being comfortable and enjoying the moment. Cracking a joke will allow the laughter to flow and the body to loosen up, after all, no one wants stiff and awkward-looking photos!

Photos are considered intellectual property because they are the result of the photographer’s creativity. That means that the photographer is the copyright owner unless a contract says otherwise. However, you have the freedom to share, print, scrapbook, and use your images for personal use however you see fit. I only ask that anywhere that you share my images you would credit or tag me or my website.

I use a Sony A7iii full-frame mirrorless camera with top-tier lenses and stabilizing rigs for buttery smooth movements.

I shot my first wedding in 2010 and have been making my living as a photographer since 2011.

Yes, a second shooter can be added for an additional fee if your project requires it.

A highlight reel includes the best moments of your day. The result is a cinematic edit that captures the emotions of your special memories so that you can relive them once again over the years.

Giving you the raw footage is like a baker giving you the ingredients for your cake but not baking it. A professional video editor will know how to edit different shots together seamlessly, how to add transitions, music, or sound effects on top of it, and how to produce high-quality videos without having any technical constraints, these are skills that take years of practice to master.

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