frequently asked questions

I’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. Please email: with any additional questions.

frequently asked questions

I’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. Please email:
with any additional questions.

Do you do destination weddings?

I’m afraid at the moment I only photograph in and around the state of Florida, USA. However, if you have a destination wedding, elopement or other event booked and you want to talk to me about photographing these occasions, please contact me directly and I’m sure we can work something out.

Can you customize a photography session for my needs?

Absolutely! If you view any of my pricing packages for weddings, couples + engagements, families, and maternity sessions, and you would like to discuss a longer or shorter photoshoot, please let me know the details and I’d be happy to design a new package to suit your needs!

How many photographers would you expect to shoot during my session?

For a wedding with a larger number of guests, I would recommend having two photographers shooting the ceremony and reception. This is because the second photographer can cover areas that only having one could not, such as the groom and his entourage getting ready. It also allows a second perspective of the ceremony that one photographer alone cannot capture. For all other photography sessions there is usually only one photographer, depending on the style and type of shoot. If you prefer two, please email me and I can offer a quote for a second photographer.

How many images can we expect to get for any photoshoots?

For the full-day coverage wedding photography on average you will receive around 400 – 600 digital images. This of course will vary from one wedding to the next and will depend on the conditions of the day (weather, time of ceremony etc.). For all other photography (engagement, maternity, portraits etc.) this is based on the package you wish to purchase. Please see pricing pages for full details.

What is the best time to take photos?

The best time of day to take any photographs is 60 minutes before sunset or at sunrise. This is because the sun is lower in the sky and the light will be less harsh.

What happens if it rains?

The weather is beyond all our control. As a natural light photographer I prefer to shoot outdoors at all times. Unfortunately, due to the equipment I use, I cannot shoot if it is raining, snowing, or if there is an electrical storm. If the weather gets the better of us and we are forced to postpone the session, I will offer an alternative day and time suitable to both parties.

How long until I receive my edited photographs?

It will take on average 2-3 weeks for all images except weddings. These will generally take around 4 weeks.

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