Do you Travel?

I believe in creating a connection with my clients and am willing to travel to any location that you request. Please contact me for further requests.

How long have you been doing this?

With over 10 years of portrait photography experience, I have honed my skills in capturing beautiful and emotive images that tell a story.

How many photos do we get?

You would get all photos in your section in high resolution and JPG format.

How do we get our photos?

I would send you a link to an online album, which is password protected, so that you can download/share the photos with your families and friends.

Do you edit photos?

Each photo I send to a client undergoes an editing process. This includes adjusting lighting/exposure and color temperature, cropping the image as needed, and adding my own unique touches to the final product. To illustrate the impact of my editing, let's compare an unedited photo with its edited counterpart.

Do you retouch photos?

I reserve extensive retouching for only a few images per wedding or when requested by a client. Examples of such retouching include removing a person from an image, compositing multiple images, or altering the background entirely. For these services, I charge an additional fee to my clients.

Do you offer make-up services?

I do not offer make-up services as part of my photography packages, but I can provide referrals to professional make-up artists upon request.

What should we do for an engagement session?

Here are a few suggestions for making the most out of your engagement session:
1. Choose a location that is meaningful to you both, such as the place where you had your first date or a location that holds a special memory.

2. Consider incorporating props or outfits that reflect your personalities or interests. This could be anything from a favorite sports jersey to a musical instrument.

3. Be yourselves! The best photos come from genuine moments and interactions, so don't be afraid to laugh, play, and show your love for each other.

4. Communicate with me about your vision and expectations for the session. I will be able to offer guidance and suggestions to ensure that you are happy with the final product.

What if the weather is bad during the date of photography?

If the weather is bad on the day of the photography session, here are some options to consider:

1. Indoor location: If you had planned for an outdoor shoot, look for an indoor location with ample natural light, such as a museum, library, or indoor botanical garden.

Reschedule: If the weather conditions are severe or will severely impact the quality of the photos, we could consider rescheduling the shoot for a different day.

3. Embrace the weather: Sometimes, bad weather can create unique and interesting photo opportunities. Consider incorporating umbrellas, rain boots, or other weather-appropriate props into the shoot for a fun and creative twist.

Regardless of the plan you choose, we could discuss the best course of action. With proper planning and flexibility, you can still capture beautiful and memorable photos despite unexpected weather conditions.

How do we book you?

Please contact me through WhatsApp or email. We would discuss the details of your package. Confirm booking with 20% deposit.

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Available for hire in the pacific northwest and beyond. Previous travels include, France, Spain, Canada, Alaska, Ireland, and New Zealand. Contact us for an overseas quote.

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