Do you Travel?
Yes, I sure do. While Nevada is my main area of work, I am happy to discuss any photoshoots outside my area. All sessions happening outside of Nevada will have an additional travel feel added to your invoice. Depending on the location, additional accommodation costs may apply. All this is discussed individually before I send you any invoices.
How many photos do we get?
This depends on the type of session you’ve booked. Usually, you’ll receive an online gallery with somewhere between 30-60 photos from a portrait session, from which you’ll need to choose the amount set in your package.
For a 8 hours coverage wedding, you will receive between 400 to 600 fully edited images. I always choose quality rather than quantity and that''s why I will choose the best and more significant photos to tell your story.
How do we get our photos?
Your will receive an private online gallery link with your photos. You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them, choose your favorites, and also order prints and more!
Whats your turn around time?
Typically, for a portrait session you will receive a link to your online gallery within 2 weeks. For weddings you will receive your online gallery within 6-8 weeks.
How do we book you?
As simple as 1,2 3!
Send me a email, text or give me a call.
We will discuss dates, location, vision and clothing. After this will sign contracts and book the date.
Can you help us with planning?
Absolutely, for weddings we will plan a timeline for your day to insure that we capture all those beautiful moments you will want to remember.
What should we do for an engagement session?
Engagement shoots can be the actual proposal or at a later date. Locations will be discussed and can be a location that is special to you, mountain views, or a park like setting. These are perfect to send out your save the dates, to use in your wedding invitations and to display at your wedding.
What should we wear?
Depending on your session type and theme, we’ll discuss some ideas for outfits and colors. Generally I recommend not dressing up the entire family in the same type of clothes and colors as it doesn’t really compliment the end result, your photos.