Your wedding is one of the most memorable and cherished days of your life. Choosing the right photographer to capture every pretty little detail, your magical first kiss and all the perfect moments in between, can be such a hard decision. I am here to ensure that your day is documented in a timeless and beautiful way that captures all of those moments that you never want to forget. From our initial chat about your wedding, the time leading up to the day, to the delivery of your wedding images, I strive to make your experience, easy and fun and to leave you with images that you will love for a lifetime. I want you to enjoy your wedding day and know that your photos are in very safe hands.
Full wedding day coverage starting at $3,300
8 hours of coverage with myself and a professional second photographer
print and sharing rights
How do I book with L&B Photography?
-All I require is a signed contract and a $100 retainer (for portrait sessions) or a 30% retainer for weddings.
How long will it take to get my images?
-For portrait sessions it takes around 2-3 weeks to get your final gallery. For weddings it takes around 8 weeks to get your final gallery.
How many images will I get?
-For portrait sessions I always say 50 or more. For weddings I like to say 50 images per hour or more. Ask to see a full gallery to get a better feel of the amount of images you’ll receive.
How many photos will be edited?
-All of your images that I deliver will be edited. I believe in only providing a fully finished product.
Can I post my pictures on social media?
-YES! Please share away! Why take pictures if you can’t show them off, right? All of my weddings and sessions come with a full print release.
When is the best time to photograph?
-I like to shoot my sessions as the sunrises or within the 2 hours prior to sunset. They are the best times to get photos in pretty, soft light. However, I am well versed in shooting in any light and am very experienced with artificial lighting as well.
Why shoot film?
-I love the way film looks. It captures light and color in a way that digital just cannot. I feel that film is timeless and will never look dated or like an “editing trend”. I edit my digital images in a way that emulates film as well.
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
— Aaron Siskind