Frequently Asked Questions

Will I receive every image you shoot?

Simple answer - No. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images so that you don’t have to deal with these "extras."

Do you do destination weddings? What additional fees are associated with destination weddings?

We are based out of Oklahoma, but are available for desitination weddings. Our destination wedding photography packages include the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations.

What do your wedding photography packages include?

All of my wedding photography packages include delivery of high resolution professionally edited digital files via cloud storage. This images are for you and can be shared with family and friends. Visit here to get a custom quote.

Do you shoot in natural light or in flash?

Yes, :) I love working in all types of lighting conditions. I can use available light or I have plenty of lights to create my own lighting.

What kind of equipment do you use?

We use professional Nikon and Fuji Film Products.

How many photographers do I get?

Depending on the level of investment, you will have at least two professional photographers.

Do you take formal portraits and how much time do you recommend we set aside for them?

The formal portrait session generally takes place in several stages. Family portraits are kept slightly more traditional, while the bridal party and Bride and Groom portraits are usually a bit more playful and contemporary. The portrait session is one of the most essential elements of your photography, so the more time which can be put aside, the more freedom we'll have to visit multiple locations and keep it fun and creative. The key is not to rush this stage so that you don't feel any added stress, as being more relaxed will translate into better images. The amount of time set aside for portraits varies according to family and wedding party size, venue and the structure of the day. Once I know the details of your event we'll work together to set aside an appropriate amount of time to achieve the images you want.