your photography style?
I have my own particular style of
photographing weddings. It is a blend of both tradtional and contemporary
posing, that I find to be a more relaxed, informal type of photography,
allowing the couple to enjoy their day, capturing those special moments
when they occur spontaneously. I do not specialize in the current trend
of photojournalistic photography. I use both black and white and sepia
film for those who would like a different look to their photographs.At
this time I still prefer the look of film over digital capture and a preview
book of original photographs for my clients to take home rather than online
What type of camera do
you use and do you take back up equipment?
My choice of camera is a medium format. The camera is
designed to use a larger negative to give you the best quality prints
and enlargements. Of course I take back up equipment with me. Despite
using the finest equipment made, there are a few instances when thngs
can break, so it is imperative to take one or two complete back up systems
to every event.
What happens if you get
sick or for some reason cannot photograph my wedding?
I have been extremely lucky during the course of the
last 15 years of photographing weddings, in as much as I have never been
sick. In the event of sickness or some other catastrophic reason for not
being able to be there, I have an associate that would cover for me. If
my associate was unable to be there also, a very competent photographer
belonging to the Professional Photographers Guild Of Austin, (of which
I am a member (see links) would be able to stand in for me.
What happens if I need
to cancel or postpone my wedding?
Hopefully this will never happen. If you decide to postpone
your wedding to another date and I am still available, all deposits will
transfer over to the new date. If you decide to cancel completely, and
I am unable to book another wedding on that date, you can either use your
deposits towards some other photography service or forfeit them.