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The best way to reach me is always through email at hello@kaylalee.com. I generally respond to all emails within 24 hours.

What is the best way to contact you?

The retainer is $1000 for weddings and 1/3 down for elopement packages less than $2000; remaining balances are due one month before your event. The invoice will be accessible through HoneyBook (it's like PayPal for creatives). 

What can we expect as far as the retainer goes?

This makes my day! The first step to making it official would be to inquire and receive the Kayla Lee Photography Wedding Experience Guide, which will explain the package options as well as the a la carte items (and the little goodies available, just for you)!

We love your work! How do we book?

Um, YES! As a historian and a journalist, I absolutely love the idea of meeting my couples in their own settings. I have no boundaries within the state of Minnesota, and want so badly to shoot in each one of our 87 counties (21 down already).

Are you open to travel for a wedding?

I use gentle gesturing to "pose" you, which creates opportunities for your natural movements and interactions to be front and center, so only the authentic you shines through!

How would you describe your posing?

How long until we see sneak peek images?

After your wedding, expect to see images on social media within 48 hours, a blog by the end of the week, and delivered gallery within 6 weeks!

What's in your camera bag on a wedding day?

My main camera body is a Nikon D5. My lens arsenal includes: 14-24mm wide angle, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm portrait, 105mm macro, 135mm, and a 70-200mm zoom. My film camera is a Pentax 645, with either a 75mm or 150mm lens with it. 

What kind of photography do you do?

I am primarily a digital photographer, but I do dabble in film photography as well. I believe both mediums serve their purpose in telling your narrative so I strive to incorporate both when appropriate for your love story. 

Questions

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