Pricing & Packages

EBP Elopement Package

Up to 4 hours of coverage
Wedding ceremony coverage
Formal Portrait Session
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EBP Simplicity Wedding Package

1 Photographer
6 hours of coverage
8x8 Album
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Professional Photo editing
High resolution digital files


Exposure Best Value Package

2 Photographers
8 hours of coverage
Bridal/Engagement Session
8x8 Flush Mount Album
Professional Photo editing
High resolution digital files
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EBP Ultimate Wedding Package

2 Photographers
10 hours of coverage
Bridal/Engagement Session
10x10 Flush Mount Album
16x24 Canvas Gallery Wrap
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High resolution digital files



How do I reserve my wedding date?

I require a 50% deposit of your total package price due at the signing of the contract for your date to be considered ‘booked’!

Do you travel?

Yes, yes, and yes! I have traveled all over the country for weddings and for personal fun as well. Currently, all 2020 wedding/elopement bookings in the United States have no travel fees.

Why should I consider a 2nd shooter?

My photography style is a blend of documentary + traditional. I love to get alll those formals that mom will love but I also want those natural, in-between moments. having another creative with me guarantees that we are getting all the important moments of your day, and even the things that you might have missed.

How many images can I expect to receive?

While the actual number usually varies from wedding to wedding as the events vary, you can always expect between 75-100 photos per hour of coverage. Not all of these photos will happen within the same hour, but the math usually evens out to that. For example, if you booked the 8 hour package you would receive between 600-800 images! I never hold back images that I think you would love, but I do sort through and professionally retouch every photo, so you are getting the best parts of your day captured in the best way possible!

What is the "First Look"?

A First Look is when the couple choose to see each other for the first time before the wedding. When you do a first look, it allows you to take all of the pictures of your wedding party (and sometimes your family) before the ceremony even occurs. This allows time for the newlyweds to enjoy their reception without being tied up with taking individual and wedding party formals.