Welcome to our Photography FAQ section
Here are a few things you may have in mind.....
What motivates you to continue taking pictures economically, politically, intellectually or emotionally?
This is an important question for ANY photographer to consider. Even if you do not take photographs for money, clarifying why you do it, what you get out of it, and what bothers you about it is enormously important. Most successful photographers have answered this question, whether implicitly or explicitly. They have built their careers on playing to their strengths.
Exactly what it is you want to say with your photographs, and how do you actually get your photographs to do that?
Different photographers have different end goals for their work. The most successful ones are those who can consistently get their work to say what it is they want, even if they cannot articulate what that is or how that happens.
How do you get the person, place or thing that is in front of the camera onto the film, chip or paper in just the way you want?
I refer to the joke about getting to Carnegie Hall by “practice, practice, practice!” I have refined my skill as a photographer by taking thousands and thousands of pictures (possibly millions) over the years. I have developed my eye for making and critiquing images by listening to the frequently-critical input of the many talented photographers I have worked with over the years. I also strive to photograph only those things I know I can photograph well, and those things I am interested in photographing.
Are you the photographer who will shoot my wedding? If so, will you have any assistants with you on that day?
Yes and Yes
If my wedding site is out of your area, do you charge a travel fee and what does that cover?
Yes we do apply a travel fee and it covers the insurance, ware-n-tear on vehicle and equipment due to travel.