Your Dedicated Wedding Photographer

Congratulations! You’ve found your soul-mate, your best friend. Now the fun part begins! Picking a wedding photographer is one of the most important parts of wedding planning. Not only do you want to find someone with experience, but you need to find someone you connect with as well. You’re spending a good portion of your wedding day with your photographer, so you should be sure that you not only love their work, but you also love their personality! Its my goal to make sure every aspect of your wedding is captured perfectly and the best way to ensure that happens is to be with you every step along the way before and during your special day.

Investment

$1900

  • 8 hours of wedding coverage
  • Professional retouching
  • 90 Minute Engagement Session
  • Online Gallery of images
  • Print Release
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Wedding Day Questions

Making photos at your wedding requires me to be excellent at several styles of wedding photography. In a typical wedding day there will be times where I will need to work in a contemporary style, other times I will need to work in a photojournalism style. A wedding album isn’t complete without stunning portraiture. But if I have to label myself, I would say I’m a combination of lifestyle photography and contemporary portraiture.
I have shot at numerous venues throughout Michigan, so there is a good chance that I have. However, if not, I will get to the venue early on the day of and be sure to perform a thorough walk-through to scout out the best photography locations. I will also do some researching on the venues website, Google Maps and anywhere else that may give me details about the venue.
I have photographed weddings that were in the darkest of dark chapels and low lit reception halls so no need to worry! If the situation allows, I will set up additional lighting to ensure I get focused pictures. Some chapels do not allow for flash photography; and for that reason, the cameras I use all have great low-light performance and lenses with low apertures

Take a look at my Ideal Wedding Photography Timeline to see a detailed breakdown of how much time you would need to have set aside for your wedding photos.

I understand that not everything goes as planned during a wedding. I never pack up before the contracted time, and moreover, I wont be leaving on the dot when the contracted time is up. Instead, I will ask you at the end of your time whether or not you would like to extend. If you would like me to stay, I will charge the rates specified in your contract rounded to the closest 30-minute increment.
I would love to help you with this, but the answer is that I'm not sure. If you're getting married on-site, the chances that you'll need a permit are very small. If you're leaving your venue and going somewhere else, a permit might be required. There are many places that do require you to get a permit but the permit has to be obtained by the client, not the photographer. If you have a question about a location, just let me know and I will help you figure out if a permit is needed.