To put it simply, shot lists take away from the day. There’s no need to worry about us taking the standard wedding day photos like the first kiss, walking down the aisle, etc because we’ll be there with you capturing every moment! We do ask for a list of “must have” family member photos, and we suggest having a point person that can round-up all of the people on this list to make sure that they can be captured as efficiently and smoothly as possible.

Pinterest boards can be a blessing and a curse for photographers. On one hand they provide us with an idea of the style of photography that you prefer. On the other hand, many of the most popular images you see on Pinterest aren’t typically from real weddings. Many of the beautiful images you see brides pinning come from styled shoots utilizing professional models and photographing under the optimal lighting conditions so they can setup unrealistic expectations when it comes to your day. Pinterest boards are great for inspiration but don’t expect your photographer to copy another photographer’s work. Put your trust in your photographer and allow them to capture your day as it unfolds using their artistic talents and vision.