General Questions

1. Do you deliver every image you photograph?
A: No, we do not. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery. For example, because we shoot with low apertures, sometimes we take a few extra shots to make sure we have the perfect focus. We don’t expect you to have the expertise or the time to zoom into each image to select the one with the sharpest focus, so we spend hours doing that on our end. In another example, candid laughs and emotional tears are some of the best images from the day. Unfortunately, they can also yield some unflattering facial expressions. We might snap a few extras of any of these moments to make sure we have a great shot with the ideal expression for the moment. With our expertise of processing millions of images each year, we may eliminate ones that we feel are duplicates and only deliver the best one.
2. Does your studio provide videography services?
 A: We focus and specialize in photographic images that capture stories and will be happy to have one of our vendor partners will work with you.

3. Do you do destination weddings?
 A: While jRegentc Photography is based out of San Bernardino County, we serve clients all around the world. Our destination wedding photography packages include the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations (check out our destination wedding FAQs here). 

4. Have you photographed at my venue before?
 A: We have shot at hundreds of venues, so there is a good chance that we have. However, if we have not, we will get to the venue early on the day of and be sure to perform a thorough walk-through to scout out the best photography locations. We also do extensive online research prior to your big day!

5. Do you photograph in JPEG, Small Raw, or Large Raw?
 A: We shoot most of our images in Small Raw with certain situations where we move to Large Raw. Every image is also immediately saved in JPEG as a backup. For our reasoning, please see this section on the Photography Misconceptions page of our website: Small Raw Vs. Large Raw.

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