FAQ

FAQ

Q: Do you deliver every image you shoot?

A: No, we handpick and went through each images we shoot during the events. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery, and make sure we have the best quality of images.


Q: Have you shot at my venue before?

A: We have shot at hundreds of venues, so there is a good chance that we have. However, if we have not, we will get to the venue early on the day of and be sure to perform a thorough walk-through to scout out the best photography locations. We also do extensive online research prior to your big day!

 

Q: Which photographer will be shooting my wedding?

A: Typically, the photographer you meet with will be the photographer for your engagement session and wedding. You may request to meet with a specific photographer; otherwise, we’ll make the decision based on personality, availability, language abilities, and your referral.

 

Q: What is your photography style?

A: The HN Wedding team is acclaimed for developing a unique style of wedding photography that is deeply rooted in wedding photojournalism while influenced by fine-art and fashion photography. We love using creative lighting, unique perspectives, angles, compositions and artistic post-production refining to bring out our clients personalities and beauty while telling their wedding story. We pride ourselves on not just being photographers, but rather artists creating unique and expressive imagery.

Q: Do you do destination weddings? What additional fees are associated with destination weddings?

A: While HN wedding is base out in Vancouver ,BC. we serve clients all around the world. Our destination wedding photography packages include the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations.

Q: Do you touch up all the images in our image download?

A: Yes we do. Every image we deliver is post produced with our unique signature style of post production. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, selective black and white processing, clarity adjustments, tone-mapping, and other corrections.