- Who owns the copyright to the photographs?
I own the copyright which allows me to use the images for my marketing purposes but you have permission to print and share all of your photos.
- At a wedding, do we need to feed you? Does that time count in our collection?
Weddings are a long day, so yes a meal is expected. Having to leave the venue for a meal break could result in missing moments of your wedding, participating in dinner also allows me to get to know some of your guests – which can help put them at ease with the “camera in the room.” I do not photograph during dinner as no one looks their best while stuffing their face, so the half hour meal break does not count towards your continuous time.
- What does minimum photographs really mean?
This is the absolute lowest number of photographs you will receive. Great care is taken to tell your story, I eliminate all redundant or imperfect images taken from the session, from there I edit what is needed to highlight your story. Storytelling is an art form, not an exact quota to be filled.
- How soon should a photographer be booked?
Summers are wedding season, so it is best to secure your photographer as soon as possible.
- Where will the engagement session be held?
Anywhere in the Edmonton area. The locations the both of you decide upon help me get to know you as a couple even more. I am open to a specific location that is meaningful to you or a general idea like urban, nature, rustic or graffiti. I prefer natural light, outdoors, for engagement sessions. Bring your rings for fun detail shots!
- What happens if we lose our USB or digital download link?
Your images are guaranteed archived for 12 months from the date of our session, however I have yet to delete any sessions that I have completed.
- When can we see our photographs?
Wedding collections will be given within 2 to 4 months after the wedding date. Lifestyle collections will be given within a month after the session.