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Wedding Packages

Caylor Wedding Packages 2016


Premium Package  -  $ 4,100 with CD, $ 3,500 without CD
Coverage begins 2 hours before the ceremony and lasts until 10:30 pm
At least 400 images in your online gallery

Deluxe Package  -  $ 3,600 with CD, $ 3,000 without CD
Photography begins 2 hours before the ceremony and lasts until 8:30 pm
At least 300 images in your online gallery

Standard Package  -  $ 3,100 with CD, $ 2,600 without CD
Photography begins 2 hours before the ceremony and lasts until 6:30 pm
At least 200 images in your online gallery

Petite Package  -  $ 2,100 with CD, $ 1,500 without CD
Photography is limited to 4 consecutive hours
At least 150 images in your online gallery

Purchase of a CD includes a license to print your own copies.

 


All wedding photography packages include:
•    Engagement Session with one 11x14 portrait and five digital images
•    Pre-wedding planning session with Kathleen Caylor
•    Color and brightness corrections on image files
•    Online viewing and ordering 
•    One — 11x14 wedding portrait with clear coating
•    12x12 Album with 40 Images ($ 850 value)
•    Basic retouching on the images chosen for the album

Payment Terms:
$ 500 to reserve your date
Balance of package due two weeks before the wedding

Prices are subject to 5% sales tax.



A sidenote...
How can you tell if the photographer you're considering is a professional?
 
First, you should see several complete weddings, start to finish, from any photographer you’re considering.  It’s relatively easy to get a few lucky images from a wedding day.  But, can your photographer get consistently good images all day long?  Seeing images from the whole day is the only way to know what you can expect.  It also indicates that the photos were taken at a real wedding, not at a photo-shoot set up with models under controlled conditions for the purpose of creating a portfolio.  Photographing a real wedding is not like photographing models! 

Second, beware of websites where the same bride and groom (or perhaps 2 or 3 sets of people) keep coming up in the sample images.  This indicates a photographer who hasn’t photographed more than a handful of weddings.  Anyone with a few years of experience can and will display dozens of different wedding couples. 

Third, even if you really like a photographer's black-and-white images, be sure to see what they look like in color.  Displaying mainly black-and-white images may indicate that the photographer is not skilled at color-balancing their images, and they are trying to hide this weakness.

Yes, all photographers have to start somewhere.  And some new photographers may be good at wedding photography.  But, if you want to be sure of what you're getting, then look for someone with a proven track record.

To see several of Kathleen's weddings - real ones, from start to finish - click on the Client Proofing tab, and then on the Weddings folder.