One of the most frequent questions that I get asked is “How many hours of wedding photography coverage do I need?” When you’re just starting to plan your wedding, it can seem overwhelming! If you’re looking to get a rough estimate of how many hours of photography coverage you need on your wedding day, I’ve put together this guide.
The reception is often the most memorable and best part of any wedding day. The portraits are taken, the ceremony is over, and all that’s left to do is have fun with your closest friends. Here are 5 tips for brides to make the most of your wedding reception.
I love capturing all of the little details that brides have worked so hard to plan. It’s probably one of my favorite parts of wedding photography. Rings, jewelry, invitations, programs, and florals are all included in the details that I usually shoot. Here are suggestions for brides and photographers to get the very best detail shots.
It’s traditional for the bride and groom to wait to see each other until the bride is walking down the aisle. A less traditional, but also popular option, is doing a first look. As a photographer I’m a huge fan of the first look. Here’s why:
One of the questions I get asked the most is, “How much time do I need for wedding pictures?” Whether you’re a photographer shooting your first wedding, or a bride planning for the big day, here’s what you need to know!