I make sure that the way I’m interacting, shooting, and editing is reflective of who my couples are and how things actually felt. Its a lot of small little things like this that go a long way. The artistic choices I make aren’t to benefit me because these are your memories, not mine. I focus on quality over quantity so we can create something together you’ll value forever.
I only take on a few weddings and elopements per year and I only take on a few sessions per month. I do this because I’ve been on the opposite end of the spectrum, shooting 70+ weddings per year, and I hated it. I don’t feel it’s fair to my clients if I’m overbooking myself because in the end, they won’t be getting my best work if I’m physically, mentally, and creatively exhausted. Most of my couples don’t just book me for one day, I’m typically shooting at least 4 (engagements, wedding weekends, and day after coverage) and anniversary sessions down the road. So to keep my schedule open for these couples and keep my turnaround time quick, I limit my schedule.