You’ve got Questions? I’ve got answers.
Here are the most frequently asked questions I get, take a minute to read through them and don’t hesitate to reach out with any more.
How many weddings do you take each year?
Each year this changes, but this year I’m only accepting 15. I do this so I can give my couples the best experience and photos possible and not spread myself thin. I focus on quality, not quantity. I’m not in this for the money, I’m in this for you.
How long have you been a photographer?
I started when I was 19, shot my first wedding when I was 20, and am now 40! So I’ve been at it for two decades!
How many images will we receive from our wedding?
While every wedding is different and unique, a typical wedding client receives anywhere between 500-800 images for their wedding day coverage. My clients always get the best of the best!
Are the images we receive edited?
Yes! Every image you get will be edited. The type of edited I offer includes color correction, exposure adjustment and my secret ingredient that gives your images that “Erin Long Photography” pop!
Can we post our images on social media?
Absolutely! I encourage that you do! I only ask that you kindly credit me so that your friends and family know where to find me.
What is Your Turnaround Time?
The turnaround depends on how many images I take, how busy I am (wedding season gets very busy!), my travel schedule, and the holidays. Typically, for e-sessions it takes 30 days or less, and for weddings it can take 90 days or less. I try to get them back to you as soon as possible while making sure I give time and attention to each and every image.
What happens in an emergency if you can’t be there?
In an emergency, do not worry! I will give my 110% to make sure your wedding day is covered. I am part of one of the most amazing networks of talented photographers in the area. If I was unable to attend your wedding due to an emergency, I would replace myself with someone equally as talented (or better!). But, rest assured, I know that your wedding day holds great responsibility which I take very seriously. I simply don’t take “sick days”.