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What is so special about photographing weddings?

Does your studio do headshots, individual portraits, family portraits, newborn shoots, commercial photography, or other types of photography?

How many hours do you suggest we set aside for wedding day photos?

How many images are delivered for a wedding day?

Are all of the images edited?

When can we expect to see our wedding images?

What is the purpose of two photographers?

What is the difference between print rights and copyrights?  And what do I get?

Do you provide the digital negatives after the shoot?

Do you provide RAW files from the shoot or wedding day?

Are there travel fees for shooting weddings outside of Tuscaloosa?

How do I reserve you for my date?

Is there a style or quality difference among the photographers?

Yes!  JMP does headshots, individual portraits, family portraits, maternity portraits, and senior portraits. JMP does not do Newborn portraits but can recommend you to a fantastic Newborn photographer.

Weddings are a huge cornerstone in a couple's life.  It's a life changing event in history that will forever impact the generations to follow.  Photographing a wedding is special because we are able to capture the story of the couple and give them something to look back upon, as well as an heirloom to pass along to their loved ones.

Yes.  All of our wedding packages come with digital negatives of the wedding day.  For information on other session types, please visit the following link.  Other Portrait Session Info.

Take a look at our Ideal Wedding Photography Timeline to see a detailed breakdown of how much time you would need to have set aside for your wedding photos.

Once your wedding images are processed, you will receive an email with instructions on how to view them.  Processing of wedding day images takes approximately 4 weeks.

Each of our packages comes with image downloads. However, we do not provide RAW (unprocessed) files from our shoots because we believe in delivering a finished product. In fact, we’re often shooting with the end (post-produced) product in mind. Delivering a final product is part of the art in our photography business. 

Yes.  All of your images are edited and touched up.  Additional touch up requests may be made for $50 per image.  Print images ordered over size 8x10 include fine detail touch ups that include, but are not limited to, stray hairs, blemishes, under-eye shadows, etc.

You get the print rights to your images up to size 8x10 and you may print them whenever you want. However, you may not sell your images for profit or publish your images without the written consent of JMP Weddings, as JMP Weddings has ownership (copyright) of the images taken.

JMP does not guarantee a specific amount of images to be delivered, however, we typically deliver between 60-80 images per hour of coverage. Keep in mind these numbers may increase or decrease depending on the flow of the day and the number of events/activities needing to be captured.

JMP does not charge a travel fee for any wedding that takes place with in 90 miles of JMP Weddings Studio.  Weddings beyond that point are charged a $0.55 per mile for every mile over 90 miles.

All dates are reserved once we receive your signed contract and retainer fee.

No. We take every measure to ensure consistent style and quality among our photographers. We have developed the unique style you see in our work over time. Each image is reviewed to ensure our quality and style are consistent. We trust that the quality and style of photography you receive will be consistent. 

Having two photographers at a wedding allows us to be two places at once.  While one photographer is getting pictures of the bride getting ready with her bridesmaids, the second photographer can get pictures of the guys getting ready with his groomsmen. Having a second photographer allows for a second perspective of your wedding day.  It allows us to truly capture your day as it unfolds from different viewpoints and give you the best combination of both.

JMP Weddings Q&A