I’m looking for a wedding photographer.Â Who are you?
I am an Austin-based wedding photographer who works attentively and diligently to capture the emotion of your special day.Â I look for natural light and unmistakably candid moments.
How can I get in touch?
Email me at email@example.com or fill out the contact form on this website. Click here!
What do I do to book you?
Call or email to set up an in-person meeting.Â We’ll go over my contract and you’ll pay a deposit fee to reserve your date.Â I also offer electronic contracts to accommodate busy and far-away clients.
Where do you shoot?Â Do you travel?
I shoot in the entire stateÂ of TexasÂ for free. I will travel anywhere else for a negotiable fee, which is another reason why you should contact me!
Why are some of your pictures in color and others black and white?
I want your images to be as beautiful as possible.Â Sometimes black and white is more appropriate for a classic look.Â Other times color photography best expresses the vibrancy of a wedding celebration.Â With both styles, I can tell a more complete story.
I don’t see a lot of formal shots.Â Do you do formals?
My philosophy is that formals should feel natural and show your personality.Â Tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll send you some examples.
What’s special about you?
I’ve been shooting weddings since 2009 and have had an abiding passion for photography since the third grade.Â I’m a camera nerd with about a dozen vintage cameras (plus the digital ones I use to shoot weddings).Â As a wedding photographer, my goals are to put you at ease, provide a high level of service and create beautiful memories.
When I was in elementary school, my art teacher showed me a book of assorted art pieces and asked me to pick the ones that stood out. All my favorites were photographs. In high school I finally got to take an actual photography class with a darkroom. My first experience watching the paper slosh around in the solution tray, slowly revealing a fully formed photograph, was an unforgettable moment. During college I began studying photojournalism and learned the many facets of telling a story with a camera. Learning photography tips from close friends and spending countless hours in the Fine Arts Library inspired me to make photography my profession and not simply a hobby.
Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson would cover the silvery parts of his Leica with black tape so as not to draw attention to himself. I too believe the best way to achieve a great photograph is to catch people in their natural state.Â I am unobtrusive and respectful while providing you with beautiful documentary-style photographs of your big day.
Please contact Zach at (830) 237-6048 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to arrange a consultation.