HOW MUCH IS IT GOING TO COST?
FULL DAY COVERAGE
No time limits. No overtime fees. No worries. Just sit back and enjoy your day! Includes two photographers, an engagement session, and an album.
Hey, I get it! A package may not be your ‘thing’. Don’t need full day coverage? No problem. Only includes the things you want.
Let's talk about prices...
You’re busy and you want to get pricing information quickly. And, you are probably looking at a lot of wedding photography websites and seeing that there are a lot of differences in pricing information. Why is that? One thing I have learned after nearly twenty years photographing weddings is that every wedding and every couple is unique.
And no, I am not just saying that to make you feel special…even though you are! There a lot of factors that can effect pricing. Your wedding might require overnight travel…or even a plane ticket…or I might even have to bust out my passport. You might be having a multi-day event, a weekday or ‘off-season’ wedding, an intimate gathering, or an elopement.
I don’t want to tell you one price and then after you give me more details, you get another price. That just feels disingenuous. Also,I want to make sure you’re getting everything that you need.
Some couples like the idea of packages where photographic coverage, an engagement session and wedding albums are bundled together. Others prefer the bespoke approach, where they can add items from an a-la-carte list of services to create their unique collection.
I want to give you the most accurate information possible based on your wedding and your needs. I pride myself on getting to know my clients so I can provide them with the best possible service.
While I am happy to share my standard wedding photography packages with you, and give you a sense of my pricing with the starting rates listed above, I want to work with you to create a package that is exactly what you want! If you want more information, please reach out and tell me more about your wedding and how I can help you! Trust me, it will only take a few minutes.
Frequently Asked Questions
• Do you travel?
Yes, I often travel to cover events. As far as travel fees, I include travel within a 50 mile radius of New York City. Outside of that area, we'll talk about what you have planned so I can give you an accurate rate.
• How long will it take to receive our pictures?
Most often, I will deliver your images within 2 weeks of your wedding day. In the event that it might take longer (if things are especially busy) I will let you know. But you will never wait more than 3-4 weeks.
• How do we book you?
Given the state of the world and the Coronavirus pandemic, I have changed my booking retainer policy. Until further notice, I will accept a retainer of $500 to reserve the date of your wedding. You will receive a contract to sign electronically and you'll be able to make payments and access all your information through my online client portal.
• Do you offer albums?
Yes! I offer a wide range of photo albums. Prices for these books start at $900.
• Do you offer video?
Yes, I have a team of videographers who work with me. Video is only available as an add on if you're already booking me for photography services. Packages with video start at $5400.
• Do we receive all our photos?
Yes. They're your photos. The only pictures I do not deliver are the ones where someone is blinking, making an awkward face, or the photos is just somehow unflattering. I normally deliver 800-1200 photos per wedding, but I don't set limits. If it's a great shot, you're going to get it.
• Do you only photograph weddings?
No, but weddings are the main part of my business. I also photograph other types of events (bar/bat mitzvahs, corporate events, etc.) as well as portraits, branding photo sessions, headshots, and more. I also volunteer my services to a number of charitable organizations.
• Can we see full galleries of weddings?
Yes, I recommend it. Just let me know which weddings/photos spoke to you so I can get a sense of what your style is.
• Do we need a second photographer?
I recommend having a second photographer if there will be more than 125-150 guests, if you are not planning to see each other before the ceremony, or if your venue is so large and spread out that I physically can’t cover all the grounds alone. Small, intimate weddings may not require a second photographer. In fact, having another photographer might be overwhelming. Large, extravagant affairs would be better served by having a second photographer (and in some cases a third) to ensure more comprehensive coverage.
• Can we meet before we book?
You've got a busy schedule. Do you want to take time out of it to go somewhere and feel like you're being sold to? I'm happy to meet with you if you'd like, but I find that many couples find it much more relaxing to set up a FaceTime or Skype (or something similar) meeting where they can get a sense of who I am without leaving the comfort of their home. Just let me know what you'd prefer.
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Planning your wedding can, at times, be a stress factory, but it doesn’t have to be! When you book me, you get the benefit of my experience working on hundreds of weddings. And, even before you book me, I’ve even put together dozens of helpful articles to guide you through the process.