Eastern-Shore WEddings

Frequently Asked Questions

How far in advance should we book?

It all depends what time of the year it is…but I would say to try for at least 6 month in advance. 

Is it helpful to have a person-in-person meeting?

I think so! It gives us a chance to get to know each other and talk about your expectations. 

Do we really need 2 photographers?

Yes and no 🙂 for most weddings I can photograph pretty much everything on my own, however, there are some times when it is useful to have a second photographer. For example, it is more difficult to take pictures of the bridal suite and grooms suite if they are in different locals. Then it would makes sense to have a second photographer. 

Do you require a deposit?

No, I don’t, however, I require a signed contract to hold the date.

When do we pay you?

Payment is due in full on the day off the wedding.

My wedding is 5 hours long, what package should we get?

That depends on how much coverage you would like, if you want us to take photos of you getting ready I always recommend the the 8 hour package. This ways we will be able to stay throughout the entire reception. 

Do you require a vendor meal?

Yes, please!

How many photos will we get?

We offer a smaller package with about 200 photos, which is ideal if you are getting married at a Justice of the Peace or the courthouse with maybe just a small reception after. With all the other packages we shoot for about 400 hundred high-resolution photos. 

How long does it take to get our photos?

At the beginning of the season, about 3 to 4 weeks, toward the end of the season about 5 to 6 weeks.

How long does it take to shoot an engagement shoot?

Usually about 1 to two hours. It all depends. I usually take half a day out of my schedule so we can have fun and take our time.

I see you live on the Eastern Shore, how far do you travel?

W have photographed weddings as far as Frederick, MD and Carlie, PA, as a wedding photographer traveling is part of the job. 

Do you charge for travel?

No, the cost is included in the packages.