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Weddings are joyous events, but they are also a lot of work. You need a photographer who is focused, flexible, and organized, yet easy going. This will be fun.

Contact me via website, via phone 612-242-7790 or via email becca@beccadilley.com


Wedding coverage always includes final images in high resolution (digital negatives), and online gallery of images.

Wedding coverage starts at $2900 for up to 10 hours of coverage with assistant photographer. Most couples spend $3600-$5000 for coverage + albums.


Q. Can we print the images ourselves? Is there a watermark?
A. I always give you the high resolution edited files for each wedding, always without a watermark. You can do whatever you want with them, as long as you enjoy them and you do not resell them. I do recommend that for larger prints that you either have them printed through me, or use a professional lab to ensure good color and archival quality.
Q. Do you retouch the images?
A. I edit everything before you ever see it. Usually that includes color correction, some conversions to black and white, and a few other artistic flourishes, and occasional retouching. If you have specific concerns, let me know before the wedding so I can shoot with that in mind. Occasionally, weddings call for some light retouching to fix unexpected blemishes, and I am happy to do that, too.
Q. Do you work with a second shooter?
A. All the images you see on my site are photos taken by me, and in general a second shooter is not necessary. I usually bring an assistant to local wedding to carry my gear and they will shoot when they are not actively assisting me.
Q. How long have you been a wedding photographer?
A. I have been a full-time wedding photographer for over 7 years. I have shot hundreds of weddings, yet each one brings a new set of opportunities and challenges. I love being able to document so many wonderful stories.
Q. Our location is really dark/bright/windy/wet: can you shoot it?
A. I believe one of the most important parts of being a wedding photographer is being prepared and having a lot of different tools available no matter how the day unfolds. I use many types of lighting and lenses to provide coverage no matter if your wedding is on a yacht or in a cave.
Q. Do you use a shot list?
A. The majority of what I do is to document the day that you plan, without a shot list. However, I want to make sure we capture the family formals that you want and so I do recommend a shot list for those images.
Q. Do I have to feed you?
A. Well, I do have to eat at some point. But I am not picky and many venues have the option for a vendor meal which would suit me fine. If you want to seat me with the guests, I am a lot of fun with old college friends and rowdy coworkers.
Q. How do you dress for weddings?
A. I dress in black dress casual. Between the weird positions I get into for poses and the multiple cameras hanging off me, I can not blend in as a guest. I try to be as unobtrusive as possible, and my dark attire is part of this. I have even been called a wedding ninja before.