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Fill out the form below and I’ll send you our awesome Welcome Book with all the info you need to know about Britt Lee Wedding Photography, including detailed pricing, info on engagement sessions, and my recommended vendor list. Then we'll set up an in-person or phone meeting to chat with you about your wedding day.
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I can't wait to chat and will connect with you within 24 hours.
Do you have liability insurance?
Yes. If your venue requires me to provide proof of insurance I will need an email address to send it over to them at least a month before the event date.
Have you worked at my venue before?
I have been photographing weddings for nearly a decade. Chances are I have been to your venue at least once. If I haven’t I would love to take a walk through before the big day!
Do you have experience shooting in various lighting situations?
Yes of course! I shoot primarily with natural light, however, I have flashes for when I need them (typically in Churches and Reception Halls). I went to school for Photography and am prepared to tackle any lighting / weather situation thrown at me!
Do you always work with a second photographer? Who are they?
Second photographers are SO important. While I am capturing the Bride getting ready, my second photographer is with the Groom. Everything is photographed from two different angles which means more photos for you! My team of second photographers know the ins and outs of the wedding day and work matches mine perfectly.
How long do we have to wait to receive our photos?
Engagement photos will be ready within 2 weeks after the session, along with a blog post. Wedding photos take up to 6 weeks, however, you will have a 50 + image teaser post the week following your wedding!
We are on the fence about an engagement session. Are they really necessary?
I include engagement sessions in all of my packages because I don’t want to be some girl you met at Starbucks that one time. I want to be a familiar face. I want you two to feel comfortable in front of me so your personalities shine in your photographs. Think of it as a test run - it gets all of the picture taking awkwardness out of the way.