We are secured and insured. Your wedding is the only wedding we are taking care of on your booked date. Know that if you hired us to have more than one photographer, that second or third photographer is a seasoned pro who has a business of his/her own; filling empty dates on their calendar providing service to you through us. Be secured that between myself and the other photographers, there will be no less than 4 cameras ready to capture your day. There is no equipment failure that will get between you and your memories.
Camera Bodies (Minimum): 3 Full Frame Cameras, 1 Crop Frame Body
Lenses: 14 mm, 24-70mm, 35 mm, 50 mm, 85 mm, 100 macro, 70-200 mm
Lights: 4+ speed lights, 3+ pocket and full strobes with multiple stands
Modifiers: full MagMod suite, softboxes, beauty dish
Misc: creative tools and items
10+ Hours Coverage is the most popular coverage time. This allows you to have your getting-ready moments photographed without feeling rushed or being against the schedule. It also allows for fresh portraits of you and your bridal party. Also fantastic if you have a first look it gives some time for family portraits and other portraits normally created during cocktail hour or mid-ceremony. We start almost when you start and we leave when your celebration day is almost over. It avails you to go multiple locations prior to the ceremony for different looks and/or backgrounds. Because of the availability of time, you and your new spouse can have the cocktail hour as a time to catch your breath and relax, maybe even eat a bit.
8 Hours Coverage can cover the end of the getting-ready portion of the day. There is enough time for a location portrait session after the first look (if you so choose). The timeline becomes a bit more pressing, but if everyone is on board and everything runs as planned, then portrait sessions can go without feeling like we’re against the clock. Cocktail hour may have to be used for family and group portraits.
6 Hours Coverage is fairly tight. We have to be creative with capturing all the details and a lot of the getting-ready photos will most likely be reenactments. The clock will not be our friend when it comes to portraits, group photos and/or groupings. Some of the traditional photos would have to be composed during cocktail hour and/or during the downtime of the reception.