1. How long does a portrait session last?

The majority of portrait sessions take somewhere between 1.5-2 hours.

2. How long will it take to see my photos?

I try to share a social media preview within about 48 hours. Portrait session galleries will be shared within about 1-2 weeks. Weddings take a bit longer, since there are many more images to edit! I typically share your wedding gallery within 6-8 weeks.

3. Will my photos print with the “Dunks Photo” logo on them?

The logo that you see are for online-sharing purposes only, the original files that you receive are high resolution with no logos on them.

4.What is your style of photography?

For weddings our team shoots in a photojournalistic, artistic and classic style. We love having fun with you and telling a story of your day through candid shots but we also feel that posed images with family and friends are a welcome part of the experience. Most of the day, we are observers and watch moments as they unfold. We are as unobtrusive as possible but will guide you throughout the day to get the photos that you desire.

Our #1 goal is for you to have a finished product that you can look through, which allows you to relive and feel all of the emotions of the day.

For portraits,  I often pose people throughout the session but I also like to observe the subjects and have them interact in a laid back way. I don’t feel that every photo has to have the subject looking right into the camera, some of my favorite photos are candids caught in between the poses.

5. What should I wear to my portrait session?

I encourage you to dress in a style that you feel represents who you are as a person. If you don’t feel comfortable, don’t wear it! Since I wouldn’t consider myself a fashionista by trade, I have made style guides on Pinterest. Feel free to follow me at www.pinterest.com/dunksphoto for ideas on what to wear.

6. What kind of camera gear do you have?

I use Canon cameras and a variety of Canon zoom and prime lenses. I also use off-camera lighting, which has made a big difference in my techniques and style. While I feel professional gear is important, it will only get you so far; the best thing to do is learn how to use it correctly!