All the A’s to your Q’s
While I may not be able to answer the questions like “Why am I here?” or “Why does everyone still talk about The Office so much?” I do hope to answer all of your wedding photography questions here. I have videos for those so inclined, otherwise just scroll your way down to knowledge.
Q: How much???
A: This is always a big q, and rightly so! Wedding photography is dang expensive, and you gotta budget. For me, each package is custom built to every couple’s unique wedding day details, wants, and priorities. BUT all rates start at around $2800.
Q: How long have you been a photographer?
A: I first picked up a camera about six years ago, then went on to receive my BFA in Fine Arts Photography from The Corcoran School of Art at George Washington University (a freaking mouthful!) but my business has been in existence since 2016.
Q: What made you choose wedding photography?
A: Back in art school, I decided I wanted to shadow a real freelance photographer to pick their brain about the business. By chance, I became a lighting assistant to a local wedding photographer. Eventually, I started snapping a few photos at some of those jobs and then soon after I landed my first wedding job. Word of mouth took over from there!
Q: I love your work, but I don’t think you’re within our budget! Are you open to negotiation?
A: If you have budgetary questions, please don’t be shy about them. I like to operate with as much transparency as I can, and I want my potential clients to feel the same way. I know pulling thousands of dollars for photography isn’t easy, and solutions such as paying in installments can totally be discussed.
Q: How many photos will I receive and how long will it take to receive them?
A: Every wedding is different, but my average delivery is anywhere between 500-800 images. I deliver in a timeline of about 4-6 weeks.
Q: Have you worked our venue before?
A: If you’re reading this, chances are I don’t know what your venue is (yet), but venue experience in my opinion is more about your photographer’s expertise in general and not just where they’ve been. If I haven’t worked your venue before, you can bet I WANT to work there! I chat about this a bit in the link below:
Still need some Q’s A-ed? Think we’ll be a dream team?