Q: “Do you deliver every image you shoot?”

A: No we do not. The shots we do not deliver are typically shots where you or your guests are making expressions that are unflattering. For example, when a person laughs, we have to shoot several images consecutively for us to capture his/her expression. Unfortunately, when we laugh we usually make several unflattering images before and after. So what we do is select the images with the best expression from the 

Q: “Do you provide partial day coverage?”

A: We do not provide partial day coverage on weekends. On weekends we only accept clients that require at least 8 hours of coverage or have a budget of $3,000.00 and above.

 

Q: “Do you guys do destination weddings? What additional fees are associated with destination weddings?”

A: While Lin and Jirsa Wedding Photography is based out of Los Angeles and Orange County, we serve clients all around the world. Our destination wedding photography packages are simply our standard packages plus the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations if necessary. Because of our frequent trips to the San Francisco Bay Area, special, lower rates may apply depending on the specific circumstances. Emailjoseph@linandjirsa.com for details.

 

Q: “Have you shot at my venue before?”

A: We have shot at hundreds of venues so there is a good chance that we have. If we have not however we will be sure to perform a thorough walkthrough with you prior to your wedding day.

 

Q: “Which Master Photographer will be shooting my wedding?”

A: The master photographer you meet with will be the master photographer for your engagement session and wedding. Don’t worry, we’re not going to have some random person show up on your big day! You may request to meet with a specific photographer, otherwise we’ll make the decision based on availability, language abilities, and your referral. For example, if Chris shot the wedding of your friend who referred you to us, he would likely be the one meeting with you; or if you needed a Cantonese speaker, Pye or Justin would likely meet with you. If you are wondering whether there are differences in style and quality between the master photographers, click here.