When should I book?
If your wedding is between the months of May and October, it is always best to book at least 8 months to a year in advance. This is my busiest time and weddings usually land on weekends…unfortunately there are only so many of those.
How long have you been doing photography?
I shot my first wedding when I was 12. Mind you, I was probably the third shooter and all the shots were taken from 4 ft. BUT I was the only one that got any getting ready footage of the bride that day soooo….
In all seriousness, I have always know this was my passion. I was lucky that I never had moments of uncertainty when it came to what I was suppose to do. I have always loved holding a camera, it has always felt right to me.
Should I book an engagement session?
YES. Consider your engagement session the dress rehearsal. It gives us a chance to get comfortable with each other and gives you a chance to feel out what its like being in front of a camera. By the wedding, you will be a pro.
When will I receive my photos?
I try my absolute hardest to get you a few sneak peaks within the next few days of your wedding. These photos are edited but are not final copies. Though it gives you something to post and hold you over.
During wedding season, galleries can take up to 3-4 weeks to finish.
Are you the primary shooter and is there a second shooter?
I am the primary shooter always when booking with LR Studios. It keeps your cost down and less people hanging around you all day. But if you would prefer to have a second shooter, I have a few fellow photographers with a similar style that I would hire to help!
What do you shoot with?
Canon all the way. For wedding photography I will primary shoot with my Canon Mark ||| and my Canon 6D, you will usually see both of these cameras hanging from my shoulders, one sporting a 50mm or 85mm lens and the other a 35mm.
Do you edit all the photos yourself?
Absolutely. Editing is one of my favourite parts. I like to be very creative with my editing but by no means will I go over board. It will be a happy medium so that your photos look edgy and unique while still keeping a natural appeal.
Are you funny?