It will all depend on which collection you choose. Typically for about an hour of shooting, plan on receiving about a minimum of 100 fully edited images.
Images will be shared in an online, password protected gallery where you are able to view, share and download your edited, high resolution images.
Depends on which collection you pick but it will typically be around 6-8 weeks to receive your final images. If it takes longer than that I will contact you with an update on your photos to keep you in the loop!
To reserve your date, I will email you a contract to sign and at that time I require a 50% non-refundable retainer fee of the collection price in order to retain my services. The final amount will be due 30 days before the event.
Sorry but I will never hand out RAW photos as I truly believe the final edited photos that I give to you are hand selected and edited to be just right and should be viewed as works of art. RAWs are only part of the art process and the final touches are done in Lightroom. If you think of a photo that wasn't delivered feel free to reach out and ask me and I'll look back through the photos for you! If you can afford it, feel free to buy the RAWs for $200,000. Not even kidding you on this. That's how much I appreciate the art I get to create for my couples.
I can definitely get rid of blemishes like acne or a bruise/scrape unless you don't care having those in the final delivered product. However, I do not photoshop anything else beyond that. I truly believe in showing realistic body standards and that includes you at whatever stage your body is at because I think everyone deserves to feel beautiful on their wedding day.
If you have already signed the contract and put down a 50% non-refundable retainer fee then in order to reschedule or cancel it the deposit is not refundable for any reason. This is because I have put a hold on your first date and have turned down multiple other requests for a wedding that day. That 50% non-refundable retainer fee allows me to recoup my losses for that day. A new deposit will have to be paid and a new contract will be sent over in order to put a hold on your new requested date.