As creative storytelling photographers, we aim to artfully record and present the authentic story of your day. We don't think success is based on only capturing a few nice pictures but in getting the images that tell your story and for you to look back at these with great fondness throughout the years. Not only do we want to capture moments, but also the feelings and emotions that are generated by them. We look for interesting light, angles, and backgrounds, and often, use unusual experimental techniques to turn your wedding portraits into works of art. Real moments for real couples that create your visual legacy and the first family heirloom.
What is your Style?
We are very calm, mellow people who tend to blend into the scene rather than bring attention to ourselves and our cameras. That, combined with our documentary style, will have you both used to us within the first half-hour of your getting ready time. Most couples tell us it felt like we were just one of the gang, hanging out with everyone. The only time you'll be aware of the cameras is during the family group photos and creative portraits, and during this time we will guide you through everything. You can just be yourselves, and we will take care of the rest
My fiance is uncomfortable having his picture taken. How can you help him on the wedding day?
Yes! A wedding collection would not be complete without good details and family photos, and we take all the photographs you would expect out of any wedding photographer. But our goal is to also past those expectations and give you photographs that you never even imagined.
Do you photograph details and family formals?
When you contact us about shooting your wedding, we will send you a full gallery of a real wedding to look through. You will see that we are very thorough with our coverage, including photos of your dress, jewelry, shoes, flowers, food, and reception decor. There is no need to give us a shot list. The only list we will ask for is your list of family group shots.
Should I give you a shot list?
We always have at least two photographers at each wedding. The second photographer is chosen from a list of very talented people we are used to working with. The second photographer is responsible for shooting the groom getting ready, all details, providing a second angle on the ceremony and reception, and assisting the lead photographer with off-camera lighting for creative portraits.
How many photographers will be at my wedding?