A: Where each wedding couple wishes and expects something different, we design each collection to suit you. Give us a call and we can customize a collection that suits exactly what you are looking for!
Q:Do you require a deposit to secure our wedding date?
A:Eagle Photography’s policy is that to secure any date, we require a signed wedding agreement and a retainer.This is because we want to protect you as much as ourselves. Dates can get filled very quickly and we want you to know that you have us set in stone for the date.We book up to 24 months in advance and with this policy we can be sure which dates we have available for other couples.Your retainer will be applied to your wedding collection.
Q:Which methods of payment to you accept?
A:Eagle Photography accepts most major credit-cards, money-orders, and cash.
Q:How many pictures will you take at my wedding?
A:On average, couples can expect to receive between 800 and 1000 images from their Big Day, these numbers can obviously fluctuate with the coverage included in the collection that you choose.
Q:After the wedding, how long will it take before my pictures are ready?
A:Generally, images are ready in about four weeks from your ceremony date.
Q:Do you shoot Film or Digital?
A:Eagle Photography has been 100% digital for almost 12 years now!Capturing your wedding digitally gives us the flexibility that we require and our couples expect.Digital allows us to capture everything in full vibrant color and then have the ability to convert any images you wish into Black & White, Sepia Toned, and even add a Splash of Color certain aspects of particular Black & White or Sepia Toned images!
Q:I understand there are two real styles of photography… portraiture and photo-journalistic, what is your style?
A:First let’s discuss our definition of the two…
The Portraiture Style of photography is a more posed, directed type of photography.To us this could mean something as simple as fixing the Bride’s train, fixing one of the groomsmen’s botonniere, having the bridesmaids hold their flowers at a similar height during the formals or fixing mom’s necklace so that it lays around her neckline properly.The devil is in the details and that’s what we are looking for when we adjust something before we create an image.There is some interaction between Eagle Photography and the folks we are photographing, sometimes just a little, sometimes a bit more.We want to make sure things are perfect so we do what we can to make it so.
Photojournalism in our definition is capturing the elements of your wedding the way you have planned them.There is zero interaction between Eagle Photography and the folks we are photographing.This is where we capture all of the emotion of the day, the love and the true relationships you both have with everyone.These moments cannot be posed; it would be unnatural and awkward.We capture many of these images with a long lens so that we are not only capturing them as they happen but more importantly, we are not interfering with them.
Q:Can we request certain pictures be taken?
A:Absolutely!We want the input on what you are expecting to see.Your wedding is all about you and we want to make sure you have what you want!Most couples actually make us a list of pictures they want to have.They make the list prior to the day of the wedding, so there is much less pressure and time to go over the requests.
Q: Are the vendors at my wedding (photographer, videographer, and band/DJ are automatically fed at my wedding or is it our responsibility include them in the guest count?
A:Most facilities do indeed feed the vendors, but some do not.Make sure to mention them to the function coordinator.It is also very beneficial for couples to have the vendors in the same room/area as the guests, you wouldn’t want the photographer or videographer missing Aunt Edna dancing with mom or dad now would you?