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Q: What makes your work different from other photographers' work?

A: I work to create 'timeless' photos that you can look back on in five years or even fifty years and not feel that they are 'dated' or trendy.  I also aim to capture dynamic and exciting photos from the dance floor that is a step above our peers.

Q: How long will it take to receive our wedding photos?

A: It generally takes 6 to 8 weeks after your wedding date to receive your high-resolution digital files.

Q: How many photographers will be there at our wedding?

A: I will always hope to work with a second photographer at your wedding in order to get multiple perspectives but have recently added a starter package that is for a solo photographer. I highly recommend having two photographers at a wedding so that the second photographer can  get great images of family and friends while the primary photographer is working with the couple, and for other vantage points.

Q: Are there travel fees that are not included in your wedding packages?

A: All wedding packages include free travel within 75 miles of Burlington, Vermont. There are additional fees outside of these areas. We are also happy to work with you on a destination wedding and will work hard to make that happen with you.

Q: How much are your wedding photography rates?

A:  If you'd like to receive our full price list please fill out our contact form. Please reach out to me if you are planning an elopement, a destination wedding, an intimate wedding, weekday wedding, or anything out of the ordinary and we can talk more about custom packages.

 Q: How do we reserve our date?

A: A 50% deposit and signed contract is required in order to get your wedding day on the calendar. The final balance is due on the day of your wedding. 

Q: Do you offer wedding albums, wall art, prints, or other items?

A: Yes! We offer all sorts of prints and family heirloom albums.

Q: Do you provide the RAW files from my engagement session and/or wedding day?

A: We typically 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. However, on occasion we may provide RAW images along with our post-produced JPG’s for an additional fee and restrictions.

Q: What rights do I have to the digital prints?
A: You have the right to reprint images and share all your photos for personal use.  However you may not sell your images for profit or publish your images without the written consent of Isaac Wasuck Photography.

Q: Do you have liability insurance?

A: Yes, not only for my own piece of mind, but many venues require the photographer to have liability insurance. 

Q: Do I have to order prints through you?

A: We highly recommend ordering prints through our professional vendors, but it is not required. The difference in quality is HUGE when it comes to ordering through a local printer and a professional lab, so we encourage clients to let us help with prints. We have an online ordering gallery to share with other guests to make it easy for them to print fantastic photos of the day as easily as possible.

Q: Do you deliver every image you shoot?

A: No, we do not. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery.  We don’t expect you to have the expertise or the time to zoom into each image to select the one with the sharpest focus, so we spend hours doing that on our end. In another example, candid laughs and emotional tears are some of the best images from the day. Unfortunately, they can also yield some unflattering facial expressions. We might snap a few extras of any of these moments to make sure we have a great shot with the ideal expression for the moment. With our expertise of processing tens of thousands of images each year, we may eliminate ones that we feel are duplicates and only deliver the best one.

Please let me know of anything else you're curious to learn about.

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