As we were going through the weddings we photographed in 2018 we realized that majority of the couples hired us only for a short time frame; about 2-4 hours.
Back in the day we photographed a lot of 10 hour weddings and slowly more couples were writing us to only cover 8 hours, then 6, then 4, and then even 2 hours.
While we still do a lot of 8 and 6 hour weddings, the amount of couples who inquire about an intimate wedding coverage continues to grow.
A lot can be covered in a few hours! This is good news for those having an intimate wedding or would like partial coverage.
With a small time frame you may worry that the shooting process will feel rushed. I assure you, it is quite the opposite. When photographing weddings we take our time with the bride and groom, wander through streets, stop for coffee, and we let the couple enjoy their wedding. Meanwhile we carry on with our unobtrusive approach. This allows for a lot more in-the-moment photographs.
I like to say that we “specialize” in intimate wedding photography because our personalities lend to the atmosphere of an intimate wedding.
I realize we have something unique to offer to couples. We are street photographers. We are observant, laid-back and unobtrusive.
We have 10+ years experience in weddings and have covered countless weddings in a small time frame without missing anything important. Details which may appear to be unimportant to others, we understand are truly important to you.
That being said, we wanted to tell you that we offer an hourly coverage which includes a few hours under $2,000.
We have lots of examples of intimate weddings and partial coverage weddings on our website, but if you would like to see more you may request to view an online gallery. And if you are interested in less or more coverage time, feel free to inquire of our hourly rate.
Are you wondering if this is a good fit for your wedding? Every year we accept a limited amount of weddings to ensure you get the ultimate best. Send us a message!
Let me know if you are writing us after reading this blog post! :)