FAQ

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Q – Are you the photographer I am hiring, or do you have “associate” photographers that you send to weddings and portrait sessions?

A – I am the photographer you are hiring and I will be there on your wedding day or at your portrait session.

Q – Do you always shoot weddings with an assistant photographer/second shooter?

A – Yes. My assistant/second shooter helps me capture a second perspective throughout your wedding day and keeps me organized. In addition, if anything were to happen to me during the wedding, my second shooter is an experienced wedding photographer, with professional grade equipment and a similar atheistic to mine. This has never been needed, but it gives everyone peace of mind to know I have a backup plan since your wedding day is such an important event!

Q – I like a mixture of color and black & white  images. Can I have both in my wedding gallery?

A – Absolutely. I like a mix as well, but I can easily customize the amount of each based on my clients’ preferences.

Q – Do we get copies of the high resolution image files to keep?

A – Yes. I provide all of my wedding and engagement clients with the high resolution files from the final, edited gallery of their images, as well as the printing rights to those files. I know that my clients are most interested unmaking prints, enlargements, thank you cards and albums/books with their files, and want them for their family archives.

Q – We want to make sure to get posed photos with our family members, but we also want more relaxed and creative portraits. Can you do both that day?

A – Of course! Most poeple want some “formal” photos with family members and wedding party, but I will make sure we build plenty of other photo opportunities into your day so that you have a large variety of images to chose from in your gallery.

Q – My fiancé and I have large families and one side is divorced and remarried. How do you make sure to get all the family groupings we would liked hat day.

A – I have created a form for this very purpose – a Shot List Guide – that I send to all of my wedding client prior to the wedding day. It is a list comprised of the most frequently requested groupings of family and wedding party from my years experiencing weddings. And of course, you can add-in any groupings I haven’t listed, and leave blank any that do not apply to you and your family or don’t interest you. I organize the list to streamline the process and minimize the amount of time spent having to pose for formal portraits so that you can return to celebrating with your guests!

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Q – Where will we be taking our photos?

A – I will meet my portrait clients at the location of their choice within Rhode Island. A travel fee applies for distances outside of the state and Block Island.

Q – Can you give us some advice for family portrait outfits?

A – Of course! I prefer a look that is coordinated, but not matching. I also have a blog post titled “What to Wear” that many of my clients have found helpful.

Q – Do you charge travel fees?

A – If your wedding or portrait session is held farther afield than my normal range, a travel fee may be applied.