We are based across the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California.
Our primary style is photojournalism. This is the least intrusive way to capture the real moments and authentic feelings of your wedding story. Only with this, every time you look back at your photos, you will relive the moments of the day. It will remind you of the love you had for each other, and the reason why you both said “YES, I DO!
Many couples told us that they feel so awkward in front of a camera. But on the wedding day, our photojournalism approach always put them at ease and feel like themselves. Indeed, they don’t have to act in front of the camera. They just need to be in the moment and let us capture their natural state.
Formal photos with friends and families are always an important part of a wedding. We do it all the time, we just don’t usually post those photos on our website.
Our goal is to tell your wedding story beautifully and completely. To do so, we take lots of photos. At some point, the photos will become repetitive. After the wedding, we carefully select and edit the best photos. The unflattering or repetitive photos will be removed so that you are not overwhelmed. Our clients usually receive 300 to 800 images, depending on the length, activities of their wedding.
Every single image is individually checked and edited before being delivered. As such, it’s a process we will never ‘fast track!’ Editing can take up to 8 – 12 weeks.
If you view them on electronic devices (phone, tablet, computer, tv, etc.), there is almost no difference. The difference between them only visible if you plan to make large prints (like canvas or album). For more details, you can check out this post about high-res and standard-res.
Yes, we offer Premium Signature Album, the best-handcrafted album you will ever have. We usually take all the hard works (selection, design, inspection) while you are on honeymoon enjoying your great time together.
We take every precaution when it comes to weddings but Public Liability and business insurance in a no-brainer!