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Engagement Photography FAq's

 

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What  is  the  turnaround  on  your  engagement images?    how  long  before  we  can  expect to  see  our  iMages?

A typical turnaround for engagement photos is 2-3 weeks.  I will also send periodic "teasers" as I'm editing engagement sessions as well.  If there is a rush to get "Save the Dates" out I can always edit 10 of my favorites and get them over to you first so that you can get your print order underway.

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should  we  expect  your  images  have watermarks  on  them?

Absolutely not.  Watermarks are a complete eye sore.  I'm not in the businesses of turning people's images into personal billboards for my business - your images will be sent over with no watermarks, logos or insignias unless you've otherwise requested it.

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how  long  are  your  engagement  sessions and  do  we  have  time  for  a  outfit  change?

I don't technically have a set time for my engagement sessions - my goal is for us to go out and have a great time taking fun and relaxed photos.  If you're scrambling around trying to cram in as many photos as you can within a hour session you probably won't be that relaxed, right?  So no real need to keep looking at the time.  Most engagement sessions typically go 2-3 hour and don't need to go much longer than that.  And you absolutely have time for a outfit change!  I would typically say your really don't need more than 2 different looks/outfits, but I'm open to almost anything so please reach out and ask!

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help!   what  should  we  wear?!?!

So I always say stick to these general rules and you'll be just fine.

1.  Pick either warm or cool colors and stick to colors in that realm - so either reds, yellows and oranges or blues, greens and purples.  Sprinkle in all the grays, blacks and whites as you'd like.

2.  Limit the amount of patterns.  Too many patterns not only make for very "busy" images but they also date a image.  Patterns are very trendy and can go out of style sometimes in a year or two, sticking to mostly solid colors with 1 or 2 patterns is probably best.

3.  Don't be afraid to get casual.  If you're bringing 2 outfits, consider bringing a dressy option as well as something a little more fun and casual, too.

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when  is  the  best  time  to  schedule  our shoot?

The best lighting for portraits is at dawn and dusk, so we'd recommend meeting up around 90 minutes before dusk.  Meeting around that time will give us plenty of beautiful natural light to work with and then we can end the shoot with some stunning portrait lighting right at dusk.

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