[apane title=”My Approach to Wedding Photography”]I graduated Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photojournalism and I take a photojournalistic approach to my wedding photography. I strive to capture your wedding day as it unfolds focusing on “the decisive moment” and emotions that encompass one of the most incredible days of your life! I want my clients to enjoy their wedding with minimal interruption from me knowing that I am documenting the story of their day.
While I have my own creative style, I also feel that it is very important to incorporate your ideas as well. Each couple has a unique vision for their wedding day. I love to get to know my clients beforehand so I can combine my style with their needs. It is this reason that I offer complimentary engagement sessions to couples who are interested in having me as their wedding photographer.  After reviewing my work, if you feel like my style is a fit for you, I would love to set up a consultation.[/apane][apane title=”Answers to Common Questions”] Q How many years have you worked specifically as a wedding photographer?

  • I have been shooting weddings professionally as Jennifer Langdon Photography since 2006 and for family and friends since 1999.

Q Do you bring an assistant/second photographer?

  • Yes, I always have a second photographer with me. I feel a second set of eyes is an extremely important part of wedding photojournalism. My assistants share my vision and contribute to your wedding by photographing the event and assisting with lighting when needed.

Q What type of camera do you use?

  • I use Nikon D700’s that I have chosen specifically for the high image quality in low light situations. I bring a variety of lenses, battery packs, flashes and memory cards with me and so does my assistant.

Q How many photos do you take per wedding?

  • Unlimited! I take as many frames as I feel necessary to get the complete story of your wedding. This also means there is no specific number of images you will receive after the wedding. Each wedding is different and it depends on how many hours I’m hired to shoot.

Q After the wedding, how soon can my family and friends view the pictures?

  • The final images will be available in an online gallery within 6 weeks after your wedding date.

Q What happens if there’s an equipment failure?

  • I have built a system to minimize image loss.  I have a second Nikon D700 camera body, flash and overlapping lens to cover any equipment failures.  My assistant has another set of equipment that is the same quality as mine.  I use Lexar professional memory cards that provide image recovery in the event of memory card failure.  Furthermore, my use of a second shooter adds duplicate coverage to the most critical parts of your wedding day in the event of memory card failure.  I back up on a server immediately following the wedding.  This being said no method is 100% effective at preventing lost images.

Q What is your backup plan in case of an emergency?

  • Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, it would take an extremely tragic situation for me to be unavailable for your wedding. In the event of an emergency, my assistant is a proficient wedding photographer with a business of her own and a similar style to mine. I am confident she would be able to step in seamlessly in the case of the most urgent emergency.

Q Do you carry liability insurance?

  • Yes and copies can be provided upon request.

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