FAQ

1. What is your shooting style?
On a single wedding day, it’s usually a combination of both money shots (form, controlled set-up – we handle the lighting, guide the poses etc.) and candid shots (informal shots). But, we only put the money shots in our portfolio since that initially defines our style while most of our candids are placed in our albums. Our shooting style also depends on what the client is looking for, that’s why photo styles may vary.

2. What does AVP, OBB & SDE mean?

AVP – Audio Video Presentation
OBB – Opening Billboard
SDE – Same Day Edit

3. How many days before the wedding should the engagement shoot be?

The shortest we’ve ever had an engagement shoot was a day before the actual wedding, but the short span of time was stressful and we don’t want that to happen again. So for best results, we recommend shooting the engagement a month before your big day. However, if you don’t have time or if you’re from different parts of the world, our shortest time period at least 3 days before the wedding.

4. Do we need to feed you?

Have you ever heard of camera blur? We may use top of the line Canon equipment, but that’s what happens when we get hungry. So we highly recommend you feed us and we’ll truly appreciate it. Yes, we eat packed meals and we don’t require feasting at your buffet.

5. How do you block the date?

We do not accept pencil bookings that’s for sure. A down payment of PHP 10,000 is required for you to block the date; it’s both non-refundable and non-transferable. We accept either cash or check.

6. For out of town weddings, what does travel expense include?

Travel expense would include airline tickets, land travel for the whole duration, accommodation and yes, food! We do not require you to treat us like kings so we fly coach, eat native, all-round cowboy style.

7. Do you provide a LCD Projector?

If it’s in Davao we can, but that would be an addition to the price list. We highly suggest an LCD higher than 5000lumens (indoors) or 7500lumens (outdoors) and with a big screen.

8. How do you Suit-up in a wedding?

If your bridesmaids include Julie Roberts or Jessica Biel look-a-likes then we would be decked out in tuxedos, but since we’d be working we’d prefer to be more comfortable on your wedding day. We usually wear comfortable but formal clothes: black long sleeve polos, black slacks, black shoes – in short we would resemble the MIB. If we don’t wear black though, we wear something better. As Will Smith stated, “I make this look good” so don’t worry, whatever we wear, we’ll look good.