also The Woodlands,
Conroe, Kingwood and Spring Texas
Wedding Photography prices and packages widely vary. Most studios are expensive, while others can be less expensive. There are some price lists provided by real photographers who are members of The Professional Wedding Photographers.
You may have been planning your wedding since you were a little girl. You met the man of your dreams, he proposed. Now you actually have to plan your wedding, setting the budget, finding a wedding venue, making decisions on who and how many to invite, what about flowers, and you must have the perfect dress! try out different caterers, dealing with your future in-laws, the list goes on and on and on..
And then there’s the wedding photography the one thing left to help you remember all your emotions, events and the details after the food has been devoured, the band has played the last dance, the flowers have withered and the guests have all gone. You soon find out that wedding photography is so important and prices widely vary. Some wedding photographers cost just a few hundred dollars to show up and shoot, some charge a few thousand dollars and some charge a small fortune. How to choose. And what is the average price for a wedding photographer?
Truth is, it’s hard to compare wedding photography prices because the numbers do not always tell the whole story, and the average price for a wedding photographer can vary based on several factors. It is important to compare apples to apples.
a real life scenario:
say you find 2 photographers who both have a wedding photography packages that cost $4,000.
OK, lets STOP RIGHT THERE:
I only charge what you can afford! All weddings always get my best work no matter what you have paid me! Because I am about the wedding not the price!
Price is from $500 to $1,400 (travel cost does apply)
A bridal session always included w/ DVD
coverage on wedding day up to 4 hours w/DVD
COPY RELEASE ALWAYS GIVEN TO YOU..
Call me, I will help you understand why this works you.
Tara Jerich is a wedding photographer specializing in weddings 12 years in capturing relaxed portraits, with amazing details and real moments for the coolest couples on planet earth.
Always inclued a copy release DVD
Small $500 2-3 hours coverage DVD included
Med $800 4 hours coverage with brides sitting includes DVD
Large $1,000 5 to 7 hours coverage, brides sitting, engagement sitting
Wedding photography is a lot of FUN! Weddings however are a lot of MONEY if paying for everything yourself, or a lot of work if you diy. ?
I LOVE the diy part.
diy (do it yourself) Weddings are the best to photograph. So I often help brides on how to' and where to find items you'll need.
1) Pick up on what your dress looks and feels like. Because the 'wedding dress' says everything about the two of you.
2) Colors that look the 'best on the Bride' hair and eyes also skin tones all make a BIG deference.
3) the location of your wedding because here's where the biggest amount of your budget comes into account.
3-A) start with how many 'guests'? 20, 50, 100, 200, etc..
3-B) accommodations, hotels, family, friends?
CHART: over 50 becomes a large wedding. as 100 to 200 are common and at a "wedding facility". and really big weddings well really BIG MONEY.
So, let's think out side the box:
The most beautiful least amount of money wedding I shot was at a park. Early in the day the chef started the slow cooking. Wile holding the chosen spot for the arrival.
As The Bride dressing the dress her mother re-designed. The tables are covered the plates are set. The flowers are simply across the long 'endless feast' table. With all the side dishes, Wedding Cake, garnishes, beautiful!
The guests are seated, the groom and minister standing at the front: The lemo pulls up, Father of the brides steps out, assist his daughter. Every one stands, ""here comes THE BRIDE"". Ya da, ya da, ya da you have a big party and you saved a fortune! You get the idea. The photography is beautiful, because 1) you could afford to pay your photographer, Florist, limousine, and a honey moon!
These are just a hint to get you started on the most memorable wedding possible.
REMEMBER: better doesn't mean more money, it just means BETTER!
Houston wedding photographers
Here’s some questions to ask your wedding photographer:
1. Do you take long exposures of the locations?
Long Exposures. Long exposures is a camera technique when a photographer must us a tripod to allow more light and a smaller aperture to create a brighter shot. This will allow for a lot more detail in the photograph.
2. Do you use a tripod or mono pod? You do need this to create long exposures?
Tripods and mono pods. Both are used to steady shots. Tripods have three legs and mono podsonly have one.
A landscape shot of the beach barbecue in the Caribbean. Guests were starting to arrive at sunset to have an intimate dinner hosted by the bride and groom. I wanted to see the colors of the sunset, the hanging lights and keep the intimacy of the party. One shot was taken with flash. It’s a nice shot, but you loose the colors of the sky, and it looks like it was taken with a point and shoot. The shot on shot was taken with available light, no flash. Personally I think this shot tells a better story and sets the tone much better. You can see the colors of the sunset, the landscape looks more 3 dimensional and you get that intimate feel. Professional wedding photographers should always take better shots that what others are taking on their point and shoots. After all isn’t that what you’re paying me for? Talk to you photographer, tell them
Here’s a tip for brides viewing a photographers portfolio!
I meet with lots brides and always ask about the environment they want the guest to have. And why? Most bride select locations because they feel a certain way or want it look a certain way to all their guests. So let’s talk about setting the scene. Weddings are about getting great portraits. But, as wedding photographers we should also shoot the environment in which the guests are being entertained. This way when a bride looks back at her wedding photos, she can immediately feel the way she did on that day. Wedding photography is about telling a story, setting a mood and recreating an experience. It's all the small details that make a your wedding portraits beautiful.
Your wedding is as a painting, all the brush strokes added together turns into the most amazing picture.
Getting rid of unwanted things in an image is a good idea. Start with a clean slate and add some details for elegance but keep it simple!
If you can not De-clutter a space then black and whit photography is a good shot too.
All ceremony shots are candid. No fake poses allowed! I want all the emotions to show in your pictures!
The above image was shot with a 'spot filter' I don't do edits, I shoot art live!
This wedding was so hart filled, I will remember for a very long time.
This background was filled with color. Add words and make it a post card.
No fake pose! They really were hideing before the wedding started. lol
This is where someone should have said "all rise for THE BRIDE".
I do planning too, with planing you have better understanding, and better wedding portraits.
Never the less this is a beautiful moment for those who saw The Bride's walk.
The Blackman wedding
The Blackman wedding
Look at those beautiful smiles!
This is casual, fun, romantic outdoor photographers shoot.
Bold, medium bright clothes look best. For example it’s best
to avoid solid white for this kind offsetting. One of you can wear
solid and the other can wear print. Two solids are fine too, but
rather than two identical outfits, I like a some contrast between
girl and guy. Medium to darker color clothes are nice.
another engagement sessions
Avoid hats, sunglasses, and bulging pockets.
For the girl, some texture, lace or straps can look
good on camera with jeans or skirt. For the guy, a un-tucked shirt
can look good with jeans. If you want to go even more casual, then
a nice T-shirt and shorts with some cool sandals can be good.
Bring comfortable walking shoes. A bathing suit can work as a substitute for a dressing room while on location. Textures shows very nice like loose features or curls added into your hair
because this style looks supper on camera. And if possible, please bring someone to carry
your stuff and help with the dress.
All weddings are a bit different, but a basic plan works well for most weddings with an experienced photographer.
If we are at the church and the bride is getting dressed or other getting ready shots, I will not need the ceremony area for the per-ceremony shots. As a portrait and journalistic wedding photographer, I will be capturing everything that is happening on and around us that day. As an artist photographer I will find flattering angles, composition, texture and color. I have
a complete series of family shots that I go through after the ceremony to
document your family sharing your special day. Nothing is left out because I started as a portrait photographer and I shoot latterly have worked in every field of photography. Weddings are almost all I shoot now.
Remember RAW FORMAT for so many reasons.
For the ladies, some getting ready shots are
one (or more) of your girls helping you with your shoes, garter, back of your dress, veil, etc. Most hair and makeup should be done before I arrive. Your bra can cover you while you transition to your dress (then you can pull it out). Loosen shoulder straps one hour before you change into your dress to minimize strap marks.
A clean dressing room (free of bags, purses, half eaten hamburgers, soda cans, etc.) makes much better photos!
Men should be ready one hour prior to the ceremony or sooner, I will get the final moments of the guys getting ready as well as journalistic and candid shots. Just after the vows you have a few minutes before the formal Portraits. If planning permits, allow 20 minutes for some alone time with the three of us (me, you and your husband) sometime during the day.
me some intimate creativity with the two of you in your wedding clothes. At the reception, I stay close enough to you and your husband to get
shots that present themselves and also for you to wave me over if you want a specific shot with someone. The focus is always on you and your husband but I don’t leave anyone out. I get photos of your guests too. Action shots are great, like him spinning you while dancing! Pump it up and have fun!
I am the best wedding photographer you can find. I am the wedding photographer with every portrait shots you want and much more! And the price you will love, because you can copy everything!.
Wedding photography by: Tara Jerich
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it is all about fitting the best puzzle together with the back ground for ground and middle ground in the best placement with best angles, and then be able and integrating group all at the same time? I find myself smiling just thinking about shooting a wedding gets me excited. I thrive on the whole process.
This family found a photographer "ME" I live 30 feet from the river.
Call me for a family sitting on the river.
Unless I win the lotto I plan to stay. However, if I did win the lotto I would build the most beautiful Castle to shoot weddings! And I do full weddings for service men and woman coming back for free! Wow, how much fun would that be?
We are all struggling with the cost of everything now days. Never the less wedding photography is important. I do not take advantage of others and, I try to give away my efforts and expertise of wedding photography all the time. This may make me look cheap but, I am not! If you cannot afford a 'good photographer for your wedding I charge $300 and up. If you can afford a truly great photographer then you should be willing to pay $2,000 for the same package. My price for photography is meant to be a real gift to all my brides.
I have found a way to cut all unnecessary cost. Starting with this web site. Most other wedding photographers spend thousands to advertise. This site cast me $14.00 a month. I simply have the know how on finding the best for a reasonable amount of money.
NOT A DISCOUNT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER!
And let me say I love wedding photography, getting the best memories of your wedding has been my personal joy for over 12 years now. I found out what I love to do, so I am very good at getting the photography you love.
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This photographer is dedicated. With her practical wedding views, her ingenuity and tireless energy binds weddings and wedding communities together.
This series of portraits began in Houston, Spring and The Woodlands has been a fantastic opportunity in my life. While still preserving the traditions of weddings, you can be sure with this documentary wedding photographer.
Tara Jerich is a freelance portrait fashion documentary wedding photographer based in Houston and The Woodlands area.
Three kinds available: programmed auto exposure, aperture-priority auto exposure and shutter-priority auto exposure.
Used to hold automatically controlled shutter speed and/or lens aperture, in case you need to recompose your picture but want to retain an previous exposure reading.
AF I Nikon
Lens built-in auto focus drive motor. CPU is also built in. AF-I Nicko lenses send information on distance to the camera body and are classified as D-type AF Nicko lenses.
Automatic index, Nikon system for telling the camera's exposure meter what the lens maximum aperture is.
Shutter, Nikon lens mount permitting automatic operation for shutter priority and program auto-exposure systems.
The variable opening produced by the iris-diaphragm through which light passes to the film plane. Measured in f-stops.
Auto exposure systems where in the photographer selects aperture and the camera selects the appropriate shutter speed.
Achromatic, a type of lens which focuses different wavelengths of light on the film plane for improved image sharpness. Especially is useful in telephoto lenses. Chromatic aberration is corrected.
American Standards Association, see ISO.
At the B setting, shutter remains open as long as the shutter release button remains fully depressed.
Series of pictures at different exposures.
A layer or multiple layers of thin anti-reflective materials applied to the surface of lens elements to reduce light reflection, flare and increase amount of transmitted light.
It is the general term for pictures taken at relatively close distances, from 1/10 life-size 1:10 to life-size 1:1.
Depth of Field
Range of acceptably sharp focus in front of and behind the distance the lens is focused on.
Is a series of metal blades that can be manipulated to form a larger or smaller opening through which the light is admitted.
New evolution of the art of photography where images are scanned into an electronic format and then processed with software such as Photo shop.
Code printed on film cartridges providing most cameras with film speed information.
One piece of glass comprising the internal optics of a lens.
Electronic Optical System, Canon's current line of auto focus cameras with accessories.
E TTL Canon
Evaluative, through-the lens flash metering.
Exposure Value, A number that represents available combinations of shutter speed and aperture offering the same exposure effect when scene brightness remains the same. Each EV number can be applied to various shutter speed and aperture combinations.
Light striking a sensitized material film or paper emulsion.
Exposure consisting of a combination of flash and available light balanced to produce a pleasing mix of the two.
An ultra wide angle lens which purposely introduces barrel distortion so straight lines near the edges of the frame appear to curve out worldly.
Image degradation caused by stray light which passes through the lens but is not focused to form the primary image. Often caused by light bouncing off internal air-to-glass surfaces.
The distance from an optical center of a lens to the image plane when the lens is focused to infinity.
An image ratio width vs. the height that makes the most pleasing, balanced impression on the viewer. Panoramic are long and skinny, square negatives often make it hard for the viewer to recognize the central focus of a composition. The 35mm format is pretty close to a golden rectangle.
Two or more elements, people cemented together within a lens. Lenses are described as having a certain number of elements in a certain smaller number of groups.
A mounting device, usually built onto the top of a camera, that enables flash unit, or speedlight, to be mounted on and triggered by the camera.
International Standards Organization, the number represents the film's sensitivity to light. A higher ISO number indicates the film is more sensitive and requires less light for a proper exposure.
Macro focusing, applied to zoom lenses, moves the lens groups, enabling lens to focus closer than the normal focusing distance from close-up shooting.
Wedding photography to me is the most important type photography I do. I have only one opportunity to get the shot right! As it has been said there are no real re-takes at a wedding! Of course I do take many mutable shots every chance I can. This is why brides know that a pro-photographer is the only choice! That does’t mean all 'pros' are a good choice either. I have all the experience as the best in this business, still every shot at a wedding will not turn out. The nature of the job. So for all my weddings I say do the very best you can, and then enjoy your day! As the photographer I'll do my best to get ALL your shots, and I don't want you to worry about a thing! To help calm all my brides I remind them you did all you could, let the day come about, whatever 'miss-hap's' happen, I'll get the shots and typically those are the ones you end up loving!
If you do not have a 'planner' allow the photographer to tweak the display. A few inches can really make a big difference in the pictures. That goes for the placement of the bridal and full 'wedding party' as well Daring the ceremony. I cannot tell you how many weddings the bridal party is so far away from the bride and groom. As a result I can only get a shot of the full room rather than the party in front. Like good flower design groupings near each other are the best way to go.
All the bridal party and this includes Parents need to be dressed at least 30 minutes before the wedding starts. This will allow time for all the maids and parents to have some great portraits taken.
I start photographing as soon as I arrive. I shoot the "place" anything that is beautiful. Then the bride getting dressed with her Mom and or maids. I 'run' to photograph the groom and all his fellas, Father and Mother of the groom. Now, back in to shoot the bride getting dressed, posed and not, dressing time calls for some really beautiful portraits. OK, time to get some of your guest while waiting just a few mines before the wedding starts. I love the chance to shoot the bride and her maids peeking over or around hiding just before they walk down the else. I get mutable shots on everything that happens. The details of you holding each other’s hands while getting married. Close up and full church. This is where I LOVE to get it all. Because I cannot say "hold it" I can only shoot what is there happening. And this is where I shoot all stiles. It is also where I get the most emotions so, although it is the most stressful time it is what I'm all about, and why I love wedding photography in the first place.
Just after the wedding, before the reception is typically the time to get all the "formals". I start with the bride and groom, tell them that they are furniture don't go anywhere. Then I photograph the parents. Keeping the parents I get everybody in frame, then I slowly I peel away the largest groups into the smaller groups to shoot all "Portrait" work hear. Ending 'the formal portrait with the bride and groom kissing yet again.
Candid, Paparazzi, portrait photography are all very needed for the best coverage at most weddings. You just want one who will get the shots while not making noise or interrupting the ceremony.
My last wedding I was told I was like a Paparazzi but, “in a good way”.
Venettespecializeing in wedding photography for 12 years.
It is my insporation to be a real help to all my brides.
It's as easy as a walk in the park...
If a "picture is worth a 1000 words, go to my
This is not too soon to start planning her wedding...
Houston Texas Wedding Photographers, Photography Links, Wedding photographer, Tara Jerich is an exceptional talent who is passionate about her work and clients. Considered by many to be the best wedding photographer in Houston.
Artist 9 years, in mix medium landscape minerals & wall paintings.
Architectural (on the board) drafting 14 years.
Other than that I helped build an airobatic air plane, a Pitts special" Designed in the 1930s bi-plane.
Dad was 7th in world in compaction airobatics, and a national I.A.C. judge.
I was a regional judge & met the Blue Angles one year.
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Face it I have almost shot it all but for one, your wedding. I am ready.
format' this is:
The setting best for all SLR cameras,
and for weddings it is a MUST HAVE!!!
I include a Hi-Def. /D.V.D.For Weddings, portrait and all 'sittings' commercial needs also.
1) I offer you the 'free to copy' D.V.D. (with release form)
I am the only photographer 'I know' of who gives
This much, with this much wedding and portrait experience.
A copy right release --- Is really is a big deal...
And most photographers will not let you keep the right to copy.
2) You do not have the cost of additional portraits!
Other photographers make you pay that "arm and a leg"
In the first place, after wedding orders,
You may be broke by then.
3) I don't have a 'set price because:
I will be happy to speak with you by phone:
We can find the price you need.
That means you must call before you are so over whelmed with so many lurches... I am easy going very helpful, and highly experienced.
4) What can you afford?
I will not be over $1,400 and I have been a blessing and shot weddings for as little as $300
BUT YOU NEED TO CALL.
I am not just about money but, I do need a little.
5) make the call because; I love to help Brides.
Bride, or Mother of the Bride, you'll love me...
Also, (this is how I save us both a lot of money) included in every wedding a 'completed' copy right release form. This is what will allow you to go anywhere and copy the images. This includes Face book, family e-mail whatever.
I will be happy to speak with you by phone:
We can find the price you need.
That means you must call before you are so over whelmed with so many lurches... I am easy going and highly experienced.
Affordable Wedding Photographer
In Houston, The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe, Tomball, and Kingwood.
Tara Jerich of: WeddingPhotosHouston.com
Bridal Sitting: is all about that 16X20 it is a Classic!!!
Your Mom will adore it while she misses her little princes. Also may hang it in your Hubby's office.
With the copy release you will want to hand out a bunch of wallet size 'portraits. Save the date with text on a 4x6 is a good idea just address the back add a stamp and you are set.
With copy release you only pay to processing!
about preview wallet 25cents/ 4x6 50 cents/5x7 $1.50/ 8x10 $3.00/ 11x14 $8.00/16x20 $20.00
You get the idea I make everything simple for you and me.
This can be at The Church, where the wedding will take place, a Park, a City scape water view.
The background for 'portraits'
Mostly a little muted. Or crisp and all the details really show.
Save the date with text on a 4x6 is a good idea just address the back add a stamp and you are set.
- Portraits of Bride and Groom
Introduction of the Parents and Wedding Party
- Grand Entrance and Introduction of the Bride and Groom
- First Dance - Bride and Groom
Blessing before Dinner
Wedding Toast - best man and maid of honor ++?
- Dinner is served (take a moment to rest and try to eat!!!)
- Cutting the Wedding Cake
- First Dance - Bride and Groom
- Special Dances - Bride with Father,
Groom with Mother, etc.
- Main Dance (every one invited)
- Bridal Bouquet Toss
- Bride's Garter shoots it far...
- Dollar Dance (if desired)
- More Dancing
- Last Dance - Bride and Groom
- Exit - Bride and Groom
- End of Wedding Reception.
With Tara all of your portraits are saved and ready in one week for all the family and great friends enjoy and to share...
NO OTHER CHARGES!
Your wedding starts months in advance, and for us "girls"
Well, we were just born this way!
Tara will help with all your wedding dreams,
The best ideas to have the best wedding possible.
Tara will help...
See the 3 gallery then call me.
Or check me out:
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Houston was founded in 1836 on land near the banks of Buffalo Bayou. It was incorporated as a city on June 5, 1837, and named after then-President of the Republic of Texas—former General Sam Houston who had commanded and won at the Battle of San Jacinto, which took place east of where the city was established. The burgeoning port and railroad industry, combined with oil discovery in 1901, has induced continual surges in the city's population. In the mid-twentieth century, Houston became the home of the Texas Med center the world's largest concentration of healthcare and research institutions
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Did you get yours? Call Tara it is not too late.
Father of the bride's experission... Awsome!
Houston Wedding Photographers
Specializing in Wedding photography
for: The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe and Kingwood.
There are quite a few Houston wedding photographers available to take pictures. Photography tends to be a protected art by the law through copyright and moral rights. Publishing certain photographs can be restricted by privacy law.
I give you the right to copy as much as you want.
Copyright in a photograph lasts for 70 years from the end of the year in which the photographer dies.
Houston Texas Wedding Photographers, Houston Texas Wedding and Photography Links Wedding photographer, Tara Jerich is an exceptional talent who is passionate about her work and clients. Considered by many to be the best wedding photographer in Houston, Tara is available for weddings in north Houston areas.
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It was an honor to have this shoot.
Feel free to call if can't find it and you just want to see.
An photographic image is:
Is an artifact that depicts or records visual perception, for example a two-dimensional picture, that has a similar appearance to some subject usually a physical object or a person, thus providing a depiction of it.
Photographer rehearses taking a critical wedding photo, using her brain. During the film era, photographers favored color negative film and medium-format cameras, especially by Hasselblad. Today, many more weddings are photographed with digital SLR cameras as the digital convenience provides quick detection of lighting mistakes and allows creative approaches may be reviewed immediately.
Because of diminishing film use, some photographers continue to shoot with film as they prefer the film aesthetic, and others are of the opinion that negative film captures more information than digital technology, and has less margin for the exposure error. Certainly true in some cases, it should be noted that exposure in a camera's native Raw image format which allows for more under- and over- exposure than JPEG varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. All forms of RAW have a degree of exposure latitude which exceeds slide film - to which digital capture is commonly compared.
Currently, it is fair to say that many professional labs have a greater capacity to provide services in post-production for film compared with digital, such as quickly generating adequate prints in the event of some over- or under- exposure. This should change over time, with manufacturers like Kodak announcing a commitment to further develop streamlined services in the area of professional digital lab output.
Photography Technology has evolved with the use of remote triggers and flashes. Wedding photographers are now able to take advantage of traveling light and having the ability to use creative lighting.
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17593 Highway 242, Conroe, TX 77302
Specialties: Receptions, Including Decorations, Gazebo Weddings, Flower's, Elegant Country Weddings, more...Receptions, Including Decorations, Gazebo Weddings, Flower's, Elegant Country Weddings, Catering
17103 Bam wood Dr
915 N Frazier St, Conroe, TX 77301
Houston, TX 77090
17110 North gate Forest Dr, Houston, TX 77068
15833 Old Conroe Magnolia Rd, Conroe, TX 77384
9595 Six Pines Dr, #900, The Woodlands, TX 77381
This photographer is a dedicated Christian.
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