Features Overview

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Q: What is Fine Art Photography?

A: “Another style that often gets mixed with other styles is fine art wedding photography. This one usually involves creative framing, lighting, composition, and post-production techniques. Photographers who do artistic wedding photography are always anticipating moments where they can use fine art techniques and capture unique images. There’s no real posing involved, although it’s become common for shooters to slightly change the posture of their subjects and the placement of items—particularly wedding paraphernalia like rings, bouquets, and the outfits—to achieve their desired composition.

This style is similar to portrait wedding photography in the way that it’s not commonly preferred to be the only approach used for a wedding as it can greatly limit your results. However, if you’re going to be a secondary or tertiary shooter in a wedding photo team, you can execute this style with confidence that there will be others taking care of securing other key shots of the day, particularly traditional and photojournalistic ones."


Posting / Modeling Questions

Q: My fiancé and I are really bad with posing. We don’t know where to look or know what to do with our hands. Can you help us with that during the photoshoot?



Booking my wedding Questions

Q: When will we get our images back?


Q: How many images will we get?


Q: I want to book you right now, but I don’t know how this will work.


Q: What forms of payment do you accept?