FAQ Page

 

 

 

Q:  Do I get  a copy of my images?

A:  Yes!  I provide full resolution images without a watermark to all my clients so they can print and share their photos online.  I also provide professional printing services.

 

Q:  How many photos will I get?

A:  Because each wedding is different (the size of the wedding, and the amount of hours we work), there isn’t an exact number.  However most clients will receive between 50-100 photos per hour worked.

 

Q:  Do you offer wedding packages?

A:  Yes, email me at [email protected] and I’ll provide you with a brochure. 

 

Q:  I like your packages, but I don’t need everything in them.  Can you customize a package for me?

A:  Of course!  If my packages don’t fit your needs or budget, I’d be more than happy to work with you to try and make it work.  From there we can build a package that better suits your needs.

 

Q:  Do you offer wedding albums?

A:  Yes!  I offer packages with and without wedding albums.  I also offer albums as an a la carte option.

 

Q:  How much is the deposit?

A:  For Intimate wedding packages (2 or 3 hours long, a $500.00 dollar non-refundable retainer is required.  For weddings six hours or longer, a $1,000.00 non-refundable retainer is required.  This amount is applied to the balance of your of your package.

 

Q:  How far in advance should I book your services?

A:  Typically clients book photographers six months to one year before their wedding.  Booking is on a first come first serve basis.

 

Q:  Do you do videography?

A:  No.  However I do offer a wonderful Photo Video slide show that many clients prefer over a video.  Under the Portfolio tab, select slide show to see some examples.

 

Q:  Do you offer discounts?

A:  Yes!  I offer military discounts as well as discounts through select vendors.  Please let me know where you’re getting married and who referred you. 

 

Q:  Are you insured?

A:  Yes.

 

Q:  Why are engagement sessions important?

A:   As a photographer, I get asked this question all the time.  "Do re really need an engagement session?"  My answer is absolutely!  Clients typically look for ways to tame their wedding budget, and many times the engagement session is one of the first things to be cut.  When I meet with a couple for the first time to discuss their wedding day, I encourage them to add an engagement session to their package.  Here's why... 

  • Engagement sessions allow the couple to get to know the photographer, and vice versa.
  • It's a bonding experience for both parties.  
  • In an engagement session, a photographer can coach the couple on how to take flattering images.  And on their wedding day, posing in front of a camera will be second nature.
  • Engagement photos are like a trial run.  When clients get their images back, they can have a conversation with one another and with the photographer to discuss what they liked, what they didn't like.  This is key for the photographer. He or she can then cater the preferences of their clients on the day of the wedding.
  • Unlike weddings, engagement sessions are usually stress free.  There aren't any details the couple needs to worry about.  There is no timeline.  They aren't relying on anyone or anything.  It's an intimate moment for the couple to show how they feel for one another in front of the camera.
  • It's FUN!!! Who doesn't like to have flattering photos taken of themselves?  What would you rather have in your living room?  A selfie on your wall, or a professional portrait?

 

Q:  Do you offer photo booth services?

A:  No.  However I can provide on location 4x6 photo printing with framing.  The image quality is far superior to the standard photo booth.  I can provide you with a photo booth partner if you really want one!

 

Q:  What is your cancelation policy?

A:  In the unfortunate event of cancellation or postponement, David England Photography reserves the right to keep the non-refundable retainer. Client acknowledges that when booking a specific date and time, the Photographer cannot pursue other work or obtain new booking for the reserved time.