Langley Wedding Photographer - Angela Ruscheinski Photography

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Frequently asked questions about wedding photography in Langley and Vancouver, BC


wedding faq

You’ve got questions, I’ve got answers


How far in advance do you book?
Typically I book 12-18 months in advance, but please contact me at any time to check my availability!

How do we book? 
I do a 50% retainer to hold the date and a signed contract. The remaining balance is due the week of your wedding.

How many photos can we expect to receive? 
I typically deliver around 80 to 100 individually edited images per hour of coverage but every wedding is different. It is my goal to capture your day fully and authentically, leaving nothing important out!

How long until our photos are ready?
I always send a preview collection within a week of your wedding with lots of my favourites from the day. Nothing makes me happier than seeing you share these images right after the big day! Delivery time for the full wedding is around 10-12 weeks for summer weddings.

Can we add more time if our wedding is running behind schedule? 
Absolutely! I will never go home without your approval (and hugs). If you need me to stay longer, I’m there!

Do you have a second shooter?
I do! If you want a more minimal package, I am completely comfortable and happy shooting solo for weddings that are around 150 guests and smaller but no matter what, the option to add my second shooter is always there!

What about destination weddings? Do you travel?
Absolutely! Topping my wish list right now is a summer wedding in Banff, a sandy elopement at Burning Man and to return to Iceland!  

Can we see a full wedding gallery?
Yes! I’d love to show you a wedding in it’s entirety. Shoot me a message and I’ll send you some links!

We don’t know what we’re doing… will you coach us?
Posing (without letting you look ‘posed’) is something that I’m super passionate about! I’ve actually done some teaching on it to other photographers at workshops like the Camp Collective and Experience ARC so you’re in good hands, I promise!