Travel fees are quoted on a case by case basis when appropriate. You can learn more about my travel policies on the Wedding Investment page.
The proofs are then uploaded to and presented on our online proofing site for easy sharing and print-ordering. If you have already ordered an album or have an album credit, we encourage you to start marking your favorites from the first time you visit the gallery. Once we have your list of favorites we will add your book into our workload and commence designing the first draft as soon as possible. All of the images that appear in your album will receive a 2nd round of editing to ensure consistency throughout the design as well as another round of retouching where necessary.
If you are interested in submitting your wedding photos to a blog, adding them to a Pinterest board, or for any other use online, please call us to find out our policies and procedures. Many online uses require specific sizing or special preparation to be presented in the best way possible.
Similarly, please direct your other wedding vendors to us, and we’ll be happy to share our images with them.
This is part of the service we provide and you shouldn’t have to do this work yourself.
My shift into wedding photography did come about, largely, due to my own experience planning my wedding in 2008. Now that I have settled into New England, I find myself splitting my time between the still-life studio and my own work on weddings, portraits and corporate event coverage. By continuing to work in other disciplines of photography, I am able to stretch my mind in different directions creatively, which I feel, ultimately, strengthens my wedding work.
However, we’re realistic and realize these that isn’t always possible. So, for traveling clients (or when we have to travel to you for your wedding) we are happy to meet via conference call or video chat.