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FAQ

Q. What is your style?

A. My experience as a photojournalist and passion for artistic wedding photography allow me to capture genuine moments and the mood of your special day.

Q. How did you get into photographing weddings?

A. I began photographing weddings six years ago after one of my colleagues at a newspaper job asked me to photograph her wedding. Since then, I have been blessed to photograph over one hundred weddings as well as working as a staff photographer at one of the leading newspapers in Virginia.

Q. Do you photograph family group photos?

A. Yes! I take all of the traditional group photos you would expect of any wedding photographer. However, my goal is to go above and beyond those expectations by using my experience as a photojournalist to also capture the candid moments, details, and emotions of your big day.

Q. Do you work with an assistant during a wedding day?

A. Yes. I’m blessed to work with Rebekah Loftis, a talented photographer and a wonderful assistant. She usually helps me from the beginning of the day until the end of the reception.

Q. How many hours do you typically work on a wedding day?

A. My goal is to document your entire day from the early preparation to the final send-off. There is usually not a set time limit because I want to capture as many sentimental moments of your special day as possible. Therefore, I try to work with your schedule; usually by starting a few hours before the ceremony and staying until the end of the reception.

Q. Can I make prints out of the high-resolution CDs you provide?

A. Yes. I want to make obtaining copies of your wedding photographs easy for you. With the CDs, you can make unlimited prints at any photo lab for your own personal use. However, please note that these disks are not intended for commercial use and you must consult Daniel Min Photography if you intend to use them for commercial purposes.

Q. OK. Then how do we hire you?

A. I would love to meet you in person to discuss details about your wedding day and get to know each other more during a consultation meeting. Then you can sign a contract and pay a retainer- 30% of the total payment- to officially reserve the date. I’m based in Williamsburg, but happy to travel to meet you and photograph your wedding in all of the Virginia, D.C., or Maryland area.

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