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QUESTIONS

Deciding on your Wedding Photographer can bring up a lot of questions, I made a set of frequently asked questions trying to make it easier. If you can’t find an answer to your questions please don’t hesitate to call me at 410-216-1008 or send me an email at rickephotography@gmail.com

How would you describe your working style?

I would describe myself as a photojournalist with a touch of fine art portraiture.

How would you describe your photography style?

I would describe my images as artistic (bold, crisp, clean).

Can I give you a list of specific shots we would like?

Of course, I always try to get all the shots my couple wants, while also planning ahead for what will work best.

May I have a list of references?

Yes, I have list of references upon request.

Are you the photographer who will shoot my wedding?

Yes I will be the main photographer the day of your wedding, I always bring a lighting assistant and if necessary a second photographer.

Do you have liability insurance?

Yes and we can name a venue upon request request.

What’s your refund cancellation policy?

When you book your Wedding with us we make sure we set that date just for you, since we have to block those dates we only return the retainer payment if we can find another event for that day.

How long after the wedding will I get the proofs?

My timeline is 4 weeks, however I always strive to deliver even sooner.

Do you have backup equipment?

Yes I have two camera bodies, several lenses and several flashes and lights.

How will you be dressed?

Professional Attire

What’s the delivery method?

You will have access to a private online gallery where you can view, select, and download all of your images in full resolution. You can also order prints right from your gallery.

We love your candid pictures — do you also do group photographs?

Yes, of course! Having group images of entire families is an essential part of documenting your celebration. I work to ensure that capturing these posed images is a quick, relaxed, and fun process. However, a set of posed groupings can take more time than it may seem. For planning purposes please allow at least 3 minutes per grouping.

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