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weddings

Pittsburgh wedding photography

 
I offer four collections that include online proofing and your digital negatives. If you’d prefer to build a custom collection, I also offer a la carte pricing, and will walk you through crafting exactly what you need.

Full day wedding collections start at $1900, and the average investment is $2600. Intimate weddings and elopements start at $425, and the average investment is $1200. For more information, see the e-zines below.

Wedding FAQ

Are you available?
You can see my calendar for available dates.

What kind of sessions do you offer?
I photograph weddings of all sorts, and offer portrait sessions for engagements, maternity, newborn, family, my signature wildling sessions for kids, milestones (smash cakes, birthday portraits, and the like), and anniversary portraits. As I say on the home page, love and family.

Do you offer discounts for off-season or midweek weddings?
I do! Off-season for me is between December and March.

What does a la carte mean?
If you’re being extremely literal, it means “by the card.” But for your purposes, it means that you can build your very own collection, that only includes exactly what you want it to. No minimum investment, or surprise separate charges. A la carte pricing for every session that I offer is available in its corresponding e-zine, at the beginning of this page. If there’s something specific you’re looking for, I can find vendors for nearly anything. I’m always glad to work with you to make sure you get exactly what you want.

Can I get your full pricing information?
Of course you can! Scroll up and check out the e-zine for the session you’d like pricing information about. It’s all in there.

What if I’m having a weird wedding?
Good! I embrace weird, and if you’re going for the coveted “strangest photography request” slot, you’ve got a pretty high bar to aim for.

What qualifies as an “intimate wedding”?
If you’re having around 75 people or less at your wedding, I would call it an intimate wedding. Typically, photographing these kind of events is a different experience than huge ballroom receptions or full Catholic masses, which is why they have their own separate e-zine.

What’s an adventure wedding?
It’s really just what it sounds like. If you love the outdoors, and love adventure, there are tons of ways to incorporate that into your wedding. Some folks want to get married on a mountaintop, in a riverbed, or deep in the woods, and I’m happy to be right there with them to document everything.

What if I’m totally not photogenic?
Take a look through my blog. Now consider that nine out of ten of those people told me that they aren’t photogenic, are nervous in front of a camera, and take terrible photos. None of these folks are models, they’re just regular people getting married. It’s my job to make you look great, and it’s my job to make you feel comfortable while we’re shooting, and you look fabulous.

Do you travel?
I love traveling, and I’m happy to shoot your wedding, wherever it may be. Pricing can vary, and I’m happy to get you a quote on that. If you’re in my usual coverage area (which is anywhere between Pittsburgh and Morgantown) you won’t have to worry about it.

Do you do LGBT weddings?
I sure do. My goal is to make everyone I work with feel comfortable and respected.

What’s your approach to photographing a wedding?
I want your wedding to be great. I think that you should get married however you want to, and I want you to have the best day possible. If you’re relaxed and having an amazing time, it shows in your photos, and half of my work is done. I won’t be pulling you away to pose for things, and I won’t be telling you how to cut your cake (I’ll help, if you need it, but I try to stay out of your way for most of the day.) When it comes time to do portraits, I’ll give you plenty of direction (and not, “uh… stand over there and look cute.”) But for the rest of the day, I just want to capture all the little moments that make your day yours.

Where do we start?
The first contact that I have with people is usually through email, although you’re welcome to call or text (you can also fill out the form at the bottom of this page). If you’d like to get the booking process started, just fill out the contact form and I’ll get you all the information that you need. Then if you think we’re a good fit, we can meet up to talk about what you want out of your photographer, and go over your plans for the day. I genuinely love hearing about people’s wedding plans, so yes, I totally do want to hear about your idea for a pie bar. We can do this in person, or via phone/email/Skype. If you’d like to see if your date is available, you can see my calendar. If I’m not available for your date, and you’d like a recommendation for another photographer, feel free to email me at info@mooreclick.com. I have a lot of really talented friends.

When will I get to see my photos?
Your photos will be processed four to six weeks after the wedding. I upload the finished images to an online proofing site so that you can view them right away, and you can also download your files through them. Select photos are also added to the blog and Facebook page. If you’re on Facebook, feel free to tag yourselves and your friends. If you’re more of an instagram person, I add a few photos to my instagram feed as well. If you’ve ordered an album, you’ll have proofs two to three weeks after your photos are finished. You can make changes to the album if you’d like (swapping/adding/deleting photos), and choose an album cover. The album is usually in your hands two or three weeks after the order is made.

What’s online proofing?
I upload all of the finished images, and you’ll receive an email when your photos are available. You’ll be able to view and download all of your photos online, and can send the link to friends and family to view as well, and you are also able to order prints and other products through that service.

Can I print photos from the digital files?
If you book any collection, or add “digital negatives” to your a la carte pricing, then Yes. Yes, you can.

Really?
Really.

I’d still like more information.
Have you checked out the wedding e-zines at the top of the page? There’s tons of great info in there, but if that still doesn’t answer your question, feel free to get in touch.

I’m sold, let’s do this.
To get the booking process started, just head on over to the contact form at the bottom of the page, and I’ll set you up with all the information that you need. If you’re not a fan of contact forms, you can also just shoot me an email.

wedding guide
wedding guide
intimate weddings, adventure weddings, & elopements
intimate weddings, adventure weddings, & elopements

portrait

From booking, to shooting your session, to delivering your files and products, my goal is to make everything hassle-free. Let’s have some fun.

Portraits can also be booked as collections, or a la carte. Collections start at $175, and the average investment is $350. See e-zines below for more information. If you’re looking for personal branding photography for your business, that’s here.

 

Portrait FAQ

When are you available for a session?
You can see my calendar for available dates.

What kind of sessions do you offer?
I photograph weddings of all sorts, and offer portrait sessions for engagements, maternity, newborn, family, my signature wildling sessions for kids, milestones (smash cakes, birthday portraits, and the like), and anniversary portraits. As I say on the home page, love and family.

But a few times a year, I’ll cover a concert, or do some promotion photos, so if you have something interesting get in touch at info@mooreclick.com. If you’re running a local business, and are looking for headshots or behind the scenes photos, this page is for you.

What does a la carte mean?
If you’re being extremely literal, it means “by the card.” But for your purposes, it means that you can build your very own collection, that only includes exactly what you want it to. No minimum investment, or surprise separate charges. A la carte pricing for every session that I offer is available in its corresponding e-zine, at the beginning of this page. If there’s something specific you’re looking for, I can find vendors for nearly anything. I’m always glad to work with you to make sure you get exactly what you want.

What do you mean by “session fee”?
If you’re opting to just pay a session fee, and purchase prints or files individually, then the session fee only includes my actually coming to take your photos. I’ll upload your proofs to a site where you can view them, and if you love them (which I obviously hope you love them) you can purchase digital files with print rights, and/or physical prints. I’m happy to send you all of the pricing information, and I do not have a purchase minimum (although I *do* encourage you to get some real, physical prints, and I wrote a whole blog post about why,) so there won’t be any surprises.

If you’re opting for any of the collections in the e-zine, the session fee is included in the cost. You can also add prints or files from the a la carte menu to your collection.

 

What is a print credit?
I find that offering specific prints – say, 8 wallets, two 8x10s, and six 5x7s – is a hassle for folks. It’s never quite the right arrangement of sizes. Instead, I offer a print credit that you can put toward any of the products that I offer.

Can I get your full pricing information?
Of course you can! Scroll up and check out the e-zine for the session you’d like pricing information about. It’s all in there.

But I just need one photo, not a whole session.
That’s not a question, but I’m gonna answer it anyway. Because I generally do lifestyle portraiture (and not a more rigid studio set up), it takes almost as long to get one great shot as it does to get twenty. It’s a process. That said, I do sometimes offer mini-sessions. Since they’re all done in a central location, it’s a little more like a studio set up, and the sessions are shorter and more affordable. If you’d like to know when those are available, sign up for the newsletter.

What if I’m interested in weird portraits, like at a chocolate factory or on a mountaintop?
Good! I embrace weird, and if you’re going for the coveted “strangest photography request” slot, you’ve got a pretty high bar to aim for. Let’s get weird.

What if I’m totally not photogenic?
Take a look through my blog. Now consider that nine out of ten of those people told me that they aren’t photogenic, are nervous in front of a camera, and take terrible photos. None of these folks are models, they’re just regular people. It’s my job to make you look great, and it’s my job to make you feel comfortable while we’re shooting, and you look fabulous.

Do you travel?
I love traveling, but it can be prohibitively expensive for portraits. If you’re interested, I’m more than happy to get you a quote. If you’re in my usual coverage area (which is anywhere between Pittsburgh and Morgantown) you won’t have to worry about it.

Do you work with LGBT or non-traditional families?
I sure do. My goal is to make everyone I work with feel comfortable and respected.

Where do we start?
The first contact that I have with people is usually through email, although you’re welcome to call or text (you can also fill out the form at the bottom of this page). If you’d like to get the booking process started, just fill out that form and I’ll get you all the information that you need. Then if you think we’re a good fit, we can talk about what you want out of your photographer, and go over your plans for your session. If you’d like to see when I’m available, you can see my calendar.

When will I get to see my photos?
Your photos will be processed two to three weeks after your session. I upload the finished images to an online proofing site so that you can view them right away, and you can also download your files through them. Select photos are also added to the blog and Facebook page. If you’re on Facebook, feel free to tag yourselves and your friends. If you’re more of an instagram person, I add a few photos to my instagram feed as well. If you’ve ordered an album, you’ll have proofs two to three weeks after your photos are finished. You can make changes to the album if you’d like (swapping/adding/deleting photos), and choose an album cover. The album is usually in your hands two or three weeks after the order is made.

What’s online proofing?
I upload all of the finished images, and you’ll receive an email when your photos are available. You’ll be able to view and download all of your photos online, and can send the link to friends and family to view as well, and you are also able to order prints and other products through that service.

Can I print photos from the digital files?
If you’ve purchased a digital negative for that image, then Yes. Yes, you can.

Really?
Really.

I’d still like more information.
Have you checked out the e-zines at the top of the page? There’s tons of great info in there, but if that still doesn’t answer your question, feel free to get in touch.

I’m sold, let’s do this.
To get the booking process started, just head on over to the contact form at the bottom of the page, and I’ll set you up with all the information that you need. If you’re not a fan of contact forms, you can also just shoot me an email.

wildlings guide
wildlings guide
newborn & maternity guide
newborn & maternity guide
family guide
family guide
kid and family photographer • pittsburgh, uniontown, brownsville

i’m ready to book

Wonderful! I’m happy to meet with you in person or via Skype to hear all about your plans, discuss your expectations, and see if we’re a good fit for each other. If you’d like to get the process started, just email, call, or text.

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“I could not have asked for a better photographer than Caroline to capture our wedding day. She was extremely receptive to exactly what we asked for, prompt, professional and fun! Our pictures are gorgeous (says everyone, not just me!) I cannot say enough wonderful things about her and I certainly can’t see anyone being disappointed in her work. If you hire her, sit back and relax – you made an excellent decision!”
– Corey (see Corey & Mike’s wedding)