Yes, you definitely can! Although I do encourage you to get your photos printed via my online gallery, you do receive full print rights with every digital file delivered.

Why do I strongly suggest you get your photos printed by me? I can assure you, it’s not a money grab or a sales tactic because my prints are very competitively priced — it’s because I believe your special day deserves the best treatment!

I work directly with a professional printer here in Edmonton and the difference can be noticed than, say, getting your pictures printed at Costco or Walmart due to elements like the paper quality, the print machine itself, and a little more professional TLC! Not only will the paper and ink quality ensure a better representation of the digital file, it will make your prints last longer and more durable against finger prints and sun fading.

Yes, I offer custom, handcrafted keepsake albums along with a selection of other à-la-carte products, including prints, gift boxes, reclaimed wood frames and canvases.

Please inquire if your are looking for anything in particular, I can most likely help you out!

No, I do not. I start by eliminating test shots, duplicate shots, out of focus shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that are simply not perfect. You will however receive your promised amount of photos – and the ones you do receive will absolutely be the best of the best!

Yes I do touch up all the images that are delivered to you and no, there is no extra charge for this service as this is routine work for every session that I shoot. All your images are individually assessed for colour and tone, and edited appropriately with my unique signature style of post production. Small blemishes and distractions are also then taken care of before the photos are sent off to you. If enlargement prints or albums are ordered, I will put in a little extra more time editing those select images.

Please note however, that digital manipulation – which is very different from editing and touching up – will come at an additional charge (please see question below for clarification).

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