Wedding Photography FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)
We know wedding planning can be a daunting task filled with many questions. We thought we’d make a list of frequently asked questions to make things easier for you.
What’s the booking process?
Ideally, we’d love to meet you for a coffee where we can help determine the perfect package for you. Think of it as a hassle free coffee date where we learn about you and your special day. No expectations and no sales pitch. You can flip through some of our albums while you sip on your coffee. Let’s get to know each other! Once you’ve decided on the package that best suits your needs we will then send you a contract which you can complete online or in person. Lastly, we request a 50% deposit upon signing the contract. We accept certified cheques, PayPal, e-transfers and cash. Another 25% is due 14 days before the wedding. The remaining 25% is due upon delivery of your photos.
Do you work same sex weddings?
Absolutely! We do not discriminate and welcome couples from different backgrounds and ethnicities.
Do you shoot destination weddings?
We love to travel and would welcome the opportunity to shoot your destination wedding or elopement. Please contact us for special pricing and information on this process.
Do you always shoot together?
95% of the time we will be shooting together. We’ve shot so many weddings together that it’s become second nature to work with each other. You could say we have developed telepathic powers.
What if you guys get sick and can’t shoot my wedding?
Once the contract is signed and the deposit is received, you are guaranteed our presence at your wedding. We will make every good faith effort to take your wedding photos even in the event of sickness. Should we not be able to be present at the your wedding due to serious injury, we are responsible for finding a qualified replacement and paying for their fee.
How do I get my photos from you?
That’s a good question! We deliver all photos on a USB key. Some packages include an awesome password protected online gallery which gives you access to all the photos. These galleries can be shared with friends and family and you can also order prints directly from the site.
What type of equipment do you use?
Let’s make one thing clear, the equipment does not make a great photographer and does not guarantee beautiful photographs. With that being said, using the right equipment puts us in the best position to capture sharp and well-lit images in many less than ideal shooting conditions. We both shoot with 2 Nikon D750s; arguably the king of wedding photography. Here’s a picture of the typical gear you’ll see us use on a wedding day.
We hope this Wedding Photography FAQ has helped answer all your questions. Feel free to email us if we’ve missed anything.