Frequently Asked Questions

 
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How would you describe your style of photography?

My style is a creative blend of photojournalism and beautiful portraiture.

During weddings, I capture the day as it unfolds. I am a documentary photographer by nature. It is what moves me. I look for emotions and those subtle personal moments. I want people to look at my images and really feel something!

During portrait sessions, I love capturing organic and real portraits. Yes, I will help you look amazing but I'm definitely not barking out posing orders lol.  Your session and images are centered around your personality and your everyday life. Rather than going to a studio and creating a standard “portrait," we will work together to come up with a session concept that truly fits you. I work on location in your home, neighborhood, business, or favorite date location—places that have meaning for you. This helps keep you relaxed and also lets me document your real life.

What are your rates?

Portrait sessions start at $99. A nonrefundable fee of $25 is required and applied to your balance.

Weddings start at $650. A nonrefundable fee of $100 is required and applied to your balance.

I would love to book you! What do I do next?

So glad you’re ready to book! We’re going to create some amazing images together!

Simply fill out the form on my Contact page, and I’ll get in touch with you as soon as I can.

How long does it take for us to get our photos?

For portrait sessions, you’ll get your photos within 2 weeks. For events and weddings, within 3-5 weeks.

 

What camera do you use?

I get this question a lot, and I have a sneaking suspicion that it’s on a “What to Ask Your Wedding Photographer” list. Honestly, it really doesn’t matter what a photographer uses as long as they are professional grade and the resulting images fit your style.

That said, I personally use Canon professional cameras with a variety of fixed and primes lenses. I also make sure to show up to every session, event, and wedding prepared with backups. The equipment I use makes sure that I can create the visual esthetic that defines my style. 

Do you deliver every image you shoot?

No, I do not. I eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions, and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery. For example, because I shoot with low apertures, sometimes I take a few extra shots to make sure I have the perfect focus. In another example, candid laughs and emotional tears are some of the best images from the day. Unfortunately, they can also yield some unflattering facial expressions. With my expertise of processing thousands of images each year, I may eliminate ones that I feel are duplicates and only deliver the best one. Please note that I will err on the side of delivering a memorable and meaningful image that is not technically perfect. 

How many photographers do you work with? 

Most of the time I am a one-woman show.  However, if your wedding needs an additional photographer (like if you have more than 200 guests and/or a really big wedding party), I know many great wedding photographers to invite. 

Are you insured? Our venue requires all wedding vendors to carry insurance. 

Yes, I am insured and I can provide your venue with a certificate if needed.

Who has the rights to the images?  

You have the rights to the images for personal use and Clicks 2 Pixels Photography maintains the rights to use the images for promotional purposes.

What are your current prices for prints?  

Very affordable!  As an artist who hands over digital images to her clients, and therefore loses control over the final product; I beg you to not take your files to print at a local pharmacy or the like. Generally, they print on low-quality paper using machines that aren’t color balanced and could potentially cause me a heart attack if I happened to see the fate of my images!  As part of your package, your edited images are posted to your own password-protected gallery where you can order prints, canvases, and more easily and effortlessly.