“Capturing Unforgettable Moments that Last a Lifetime.”
From the moment a contract is signed, I start the preparations for the wedding, as we all know, preparation is key in every project.
A few months before the wedding, I get in touch with the bride and groom to set up the engagement session. We need to get that finished in order to have photos for save the date, invitations or anything else needed.
A couple of weeks before the wedding I double check the information for times and locations for ceremony, reception and wedding party photos.
I time the driving distances between home and locations for the wedding and make sure I allow myself more than needed time between each venue.
My style of Photography is mixed between photojournalistic and traditional. I know most couples these day like the “reportage” Photography, however family and friends are more used to the traditional, posed type. Because of this I do both and everyone is content. Ceremony will be covered from every possible angle, covering bride being walked down the aisle and groom waiting for her, along with the rituals of the ceremony.
From there we go to the wedding party locations, that have been previously chosen by the couple and all permits have been taken care of. Throughout the reception, I always make sure that there is at least one photo of every couple there, and photos of the bride and groom interacting with their guests and dancing
I personally believe that every photo I deliver to my client has to be the absolute best. I use only digital cameras and equipment, all Canon, always having back-ups in case of emergency, therefore the post-production has to be done accordingly.
Once I get all images in my computer, I go through all of them and edit them for best printing quality, working on contract, luminosity and color.
The files that the couple gets, just a few weeks after the wedding, are always digital and in high resolution along with the copyrights.
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