FAQ - Weddings
What are your rates?
Wedding photography package prices are dependent on wedding location and availability. Contact me here or at Hello@JohnMyersPhotographer for current package pricing.
How do we book & pay?
Once you decide on your wedding package, I'll send you a contract that will need to be signed and returned with the retainer fee. Once those two items are received, next step is to celebrate.
Will you travel?
I will travel anywhere for a wedding and package costs are the same. Only additional costs are the travel.
How many photos do we get?
I typically deliver between 500-700 images.
Do you provide a print release for the photos?
Yes and my online gallery offers the ability to purchase prints as well. What you receive are the edited high resolution digital images that you can take and print on your own.
Do you recommend engagement session?
Absolutely. Engagement sessions allow us to build a relationship before the wedding. It will help get you comfortable in front of the camera before spending an entire wedding day with me photographing you. It also helps you get a feel for my style of shooting. BUT if we don't get to take engagement photos together, we'll still get incredible images from the wedding day.
When should we schedule our engagement session?
It will all depend on your use of the photos. If you'd like to use them for save-the-date cards then it's best to schedule the session months in advance. If there is no need to have them done by a certain date then we can schedule them weeks before the wedding day.
Do you have insurance?
Sure do. Let me know if your venue needs my info.
What equipment do you use?
I shoot with 2 Nikon D750 cameras with a wide range of professional lenses. I also bring all my own lighting equipment for the day.
Who is your 2nd shooter?
2nd shooters vary from wedding to wedding depending on their availability. Regardless of the person, they will be professional, well dressed and a great photographer. A 2nd photographer will help cover more of the event and ensure no moment is missed.