Why do you shoot most weddings with two Photographers?
By using two pro Photographers we can give you the best coverage possible. There are many things that happen during the wedding day that can benefit from being shot from a different vantage point. Also, by using two Photographers we can cover candids of the ladies and the guys getting ready at the same time.
What kind of camera do you use?
My primary camera is the Canon 5D Mark III. This is one of the most advanced professional digital camera in the industry. It shoots at 22.3 megapixels with a full frame sensor that ensures the best image quality. All of our Photographers shoot with the most advanced pro gear.
Do you bring backup equipment?
All of our Photographers bring backup cameras, flashes, lenses, batteries and other gear on your wedding day
Do you charge extra for editing and special effects?
After every wedding we edit the photos and color correct them for you. We use various effects to make your photos look the best. There is no charge unless the retouching is extensive.
How many photos are typically taken at an average wedding?
On a typical full wedding day we may shoot from 2000 to 3000 images. We never count shots so we will shoot as much as we can at every wedding.
How much has to be paid before my wedding day?
A $500 deposit will reserve your day. After that we will take additional payments before your wedding day. The remaining balance is not due until 30 days before your wedding.
What forms of payments do you except?
We accept cash, checks and all major credit cards (even American Express).
How early should we reserve our day?
As soon as possible. We are sometimes booked one and a half to two years in advance for popular wedding dates.
Do you travel and is there a travel fee?
We love to travel! We are based in Albany, NY and will cover most areas in a 60 mile radius of Albany with no extra charge. Some weddings (especially destination weddings)we may only charge travel expenses. Everything is on a case by case basis. We will be happy to talk to you about your specific situation.