Elopement Photography Packages For Every Adventure
both near and far, far away
Let's have an adventure!
For your elopement we'll travel somewhere special; from Downtown Los Angeles, to the majestic waterfalls of Yosemite National Park, to the stunning volcanic vistas of Iceland, all to find the perfect backdrop for your love story. There we will spend the entire day together capturing everything from dawn's first light to your escape into the setting sun. Creating intimate photographs that capture your love. Nothing would make me happier than to be your elopement photographer.
NOT JUST an elopement PHOTOGRAPHER
I'm Norm Roberts the Fifth, an artist who has dedicated his life to perfecting the medium of light for more than a decade. Romantic portraiture has always been a passion of mine. So for me, elopement photography isn't just a way to earn a living, but a method of artistic expression.
I'M LOOKING FOR COUPLES WHO WANT To CREATE with me
Let's make something special together. Whether we are exploring high up in the Sierra or roaming downtown Los Angeles, let's not take photos but create images that tell your love story.
ALL I ASK
is that no matter where your elopement, or what kind of adventure you are having, have fun with it. Let yourself enjoy the crazy wonderfulness of eloping with your best friend, and lover. I promise you the result will be a series of photographs that don't just capture moments, but transforms them into works of art enshrining memories you'll treasure for a lifetime. If you would like a creative photographer as passionate about your elopement as you are, send me a message and we'll plan something wonderful.
HAVE A QUESTION? READY TO BOOK? SEND ME A MESSAGE AND I'LL GET BACK TO YOU RIGHT AWAY.
I want to ensure that you get the very best elopement photographs possible
This is a once in a lifetime event after all, and we certainly don't want to climb that mountain in formal attire again. So while every elopement photography package can be tailored to fit your individual needs there are some things every package includes.
For elopement Destinations outside Southern California
I stay at least three nights at your chosen destination. One for the night of the elopement, one for the scouting day before and a travel day. The day before your elopement is my time to scout things out. I'll check out all the locations you've decided on as well as any spots that catch my eye in between. That way I know exactly where all the best spots are going to be and precisely where I want to take you to for your photographs.
I do not place limits on how many images you will receive.
Does that mean you get every photo I took hastily edited and thrown at you? Not at all. I sort through every photo and select out any duplicates or other photos you'd rather not see. From there, every photograph is color processed with my unique look, then each and every photo is individually edited to look its very best. No batch edits here. I don't do heavy retouching in most cases, as I try to get as close to a finished photograph as possible in camera. I don't see these as simply your elopement photos, they are also my art and they must look exactly how I envisioned them. No cutting corners.
The photos will be shipped to you on a USB drive and web gallery
Included with ever package are the rights to upload and share your photos on social media and print your photos where you like. I only ask that you do not edit or apply any filters when sharing your photos. Your gallery will be up forever, so you can always see your photos on the go or share it with loved ones without worry of it suddenly disappearing.
Last, but certainly not least,
I'm a photograph hoarder. That very first wedding I shot back in 2009, yeah, I not only have every high resolution JPEG I delivered to the happy couple, but every RAW file I shot as well. And it's all backed up on multiple drives. So if in 17 years your computer along with all your wedding photos is stolen by a crotchety old Sasquatch, give me a call and I'll get a new copy of them to you. No one should have to worry about losing their wedding photos to Sasquatches.