DomingoPhoto.com has been shooting weddings and events since 2007, serving hundreds of customers throughout the southern California region (and some other awesome places, like Hawaii, Nevada, Washington, and Arizona, to name a few).
Here's what you need to know for a wedding:
* How many photographers will cover my day if I hire you? DomingoPhoto.com is a boutique wedding photography business. As such, it's just me, and I've been providing services since 2007. As a team is needed (secondary photographers, videographers, photo booth), I turn to the highly skilled community of freelancers to help me out.
*How many hours will you be at my wedding?
I usually consider a day to be 6-8 hours, and I'm flexible. I want to be thorough, so I try to be there for hair/make-up preparations, so everyone can get comfortable with me being in their presence (we all feel awkward with a camera in our face, and shooting at hair/make-up alleviates that awkwardness). Expect me to be there as guests arrive at the ceremony, the ceremony itself (duh), and portraits thereafter. I'll also cover almost all the reception festivities, from intro to toasts to cake-cutting, to bouquet/garter toss, and some dancing. If you are making an official outro, I'll stay for that as well.
* Do you provide other services, like prints, and albums?
I provide a basic premium album, with 20 sides (10 pages) and we start off with 20 to 30 images, for a basic price of $400. Albums can be customized with more pages and images, and each page is $100. As for prints, these are only provided through gallery orders.
* How many pictures you take?
Lots! I shoot lots, because there are times when someone might blink (who doesn't feel awkward when a stranger points a camera at you?) or make some weird expression. I want to make sure I have choices. The final picture count will end up being about 50 to 100 images per hour of shooting time. So, expect about 300 to 600 images during a 6-hour wedding.
* Do you edit the images?
I do slight adjustments, so that the images on final delivery are color- and exposure-corrected. Actual retouching of images are charge separately and done when needed for large prints.
* Do you use professional gear?
All gear is fairly current, but you really should look at the final product that I deliver (examples on my gallery pages, of course). I'd use an iPhone if I could, because the images it produces are stellar. But it's just not fast enough, and I'd miss key moments. Whatever gear I use, trust me to deliver the goods.
* Is travel extra?
Not outside of the general southern California region, from San Diego to Santa Barbara to San Bernardino. If your wedding is within this triangle, travel is included in the quote.
* So, my wedding is in Paris, France. Will you travel?
Yes, as long as you pay all expenses and incidentals. It's negotiable, but reasonable. I have a current passport, so you don't have to worry about that.
View my work at http://domingophoto.com.
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