Q: Are you available for weddings outside of Detroit?
A: YES. A good portion of the wedding we shoot involve a considerable amount of travel. Don't let the distance cause you to hesitate one bit.
Q: How do I reserve you for my date?
A: All dates are reserved once we receive your signed contract and retainer. First come first served basis.
Q: Do we need to meet with you in person?
A: While it is not necessary to meet in person, we always prefer it whenever possible. We truly believe that the process of working with us and creating what we do should be just as enjoyable as the final product.
Q: Do you have any limits on the number of photos taken on the wedding day?
Q: How many photos do we get?
A: It depends on the length of the day, the number of locations involved and the number of guests. That being said, you can expect between 500-800 images.
Q: Are all of our photos edited?
A: Yes, color, exposure and crop will be applied.
Q: Do you provide a print and distribution release?
A: Absolutely. We provide high resolution digital negative to our client.
You can print your photos wherever/whenever you want and you can distribute them around the internet too.
Q: Are the high resolution photos available?
A: Colour-corrected high-resolution files on a DVD or a flash drive are included with all of our packages at no extra cost.
Q: Do you take wedding day family portraits?
A: Of course we do.
Q: What equipment do you use?
A: Top of the line professional Nikon equipment and extensive back up equipment.
Q: Should we provide you with a photo list?
A: Yes and no. Photo lists are lifesavers during the family portion of the photo session. If you provide us with a list of family member combinations that you would like for portraits, it will make everything flow better and be much more efficient. Also, if there are any non-traditional events planned for the day (for example, a surprise gift for the mother of the bride being given), a list of these is great if they need special attention. Please keep this list down to under 15 requests. Please don’t download lists from the internet that contain hundreds of photo requests. Photo requests such as bride coming down the aisle aren’t necessary and long lists are often more distracting than helpful.
Anytime you can bring something to the shoot that highlights your personalities is an added bonus. We want your pictures to reflect who you are, and it is nice when you can bring something that reminds you of your favorite hobby, the time you met, or even just every-day stuff.