We would love to work with you! We absolutely love what we do and always have so much fun getting to know the couples we work with.
We've been in the industry for awhile now and there are certain things that we like and don't like:
1.) We don't like waiting, and we know that you don't either! That's why we work hard to get your images back to you within 2 weeks! You'll receive between 600-900 edited images on a disc within 14 days of your wedding! Pretty good, eh?
2.) We hate stress. We try to make your day as stress free as possible! :)
3.) We like when you don't have to pay extra money for prints. That's why we don't have an expensive site that you have to order your prints through. The cd is included with your package so you can print them wherever you'd like!
4.) We like when things are simple. One thing we love to do is make uploading your pictures to the web as easy as possible. We'll include 2 folders on your disc.. One optimized for prints and one for web. That way all of your pictures are resized and ready to be uploaded! No more resizing images yourself :)
Thanks so much,
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Caroline Stiers of Asteria Photography says"Kirby and Gib first met because they were both on the same softball team in Chicago. Gib was the coach and Kirby was the new girl. Suddenly Gib started to notice that he wanted to spend more and more time with Kirby. He was suddenly attending hot yoga classes just to get closer to her… and it worked! Their wedding was truly a fairy tale."
Hello! I’m Caroline and I’m the owner of Asteria Photography. I absolutely love what I do. I love my clients and… well… I LOVE love. People always tell me that the thing that they love the most about my work is that when they’re looking through my portfolio they feel like they’re actually there...
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