That’s a great question and I get it often, so I figured that it was time for a blog post.  The best way to answer that question is to  ask a few questions of my own first.

Visualize your wedding in your mind.  If you are like my other brides, you have been thinking about your wedding for the past 20 years or more.  And you’ve probably been thinking about your wedding shoes for the past 6 months.  What do those images look like (dreamy, posed, artsy, real, emotional, etc.)?  How do the photos make you feel (now and 20 years from now) and why?  And lastly, how do the images show the love between you and your groom?

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That last question is the most important because I believe that everyone deserves to have the love between you and your groom (and friends and family) captured on your wedding day.  And that’s what I do, and that is what differentiates me  and makes me better than the other photographers you are looking at for your wedding.  Remember that you aren’t paying for an album, or prints, or a CD when you hire a wedding photographer.  It really doesn’t matter how nice or big your album is or how many pages you have in your album.  If your wedding images are terrible (don’t capture the love or the moment or how you imagine your wedding), you will be left with nothing to remember the love and joy of your wedding day.  And that is what you are paying for when you hire a wedding photographer.  You are paying for how you will remember and feel about your wedding—and how other people will remember and feel about your wedding.DDP0492uplight-2
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