Frequently Asked Questions
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How do we book Liz Stewart Photography for our wedding date?
How long before our wedding should we book Liz?
How do we schedule the phone consultation?
How long will the consultation take?
How much is average cost for wedding photography?
What’s the lowest cost for wedding Photography?
When are payments due?
Does Liz Stewart Photography accept credit cards?
Can we customize a package without a 2nd photographer?
Does Liz Stewart Photography provide videography services?
How are the image files saved and archived?
How long will my files be archived?
Can I download high-resolution images?
What is the resolution of the images?
Are the final image files watermarked?
Do we have permission to print the images?
Can I order prints through Liz?
How large can I print my images?
Can I print my images in both color, and black and white?
Do you offer albums?
What kind of equipment does Liz use?
What happens to the images when they are edited?
When will we receive wedding images?
When will we receive engagement images?
How many images can we expect to receive in the final gallery?
Will images be shot on film?
Who owns the copyright to the final images?
Who is the second photographer?
Do we need a permit for pictures at monuments and memorials?
Why should I hire (and pay for) a day-of coordinator?
How much time do I need for getting ready photos with bridesmaids and groomsmen?
What is a First Look?
Why should I consider a First Look?
What is an unplugged ceremony and why should I consider one?
How much time do I need to set aside for family formals?
What are the most common family and wedding party group formals?
How much time do I need for my wedding party formals?
What are the most common wedding party group formals?
What is a timeline?
What is a shot list?
Where did your photography career begin?
How long have you been photographing weddings?
What do you wear on a wedding day?
What if you’re unable to make it on a wedding day?
What’s your favorite part about being a photographer?