We are so excited that you're considering Union Lane & Company for your wedding photography. Before you take the time to view or pricing with us we wanted to take just a moment to tell you what makes Union Lane & Company the new standard for wedding photography companies
When the natural light is perfect we use it but unfortunately on your wedding day we don't know what the light will be. It could be rainy. There could even be an overcast. You might need a picture in the shade, so how do we guarantee that perfect light in every situation?
We're a Team
The next step is for you to take the style quiz and answer our questionnaire, so that we can learn a little bit more about you and your special day. If you have questions, you can schedule a call with one of our wedding day specialists and we can answer all of your questions. Thank you so much for taking the time to learn a little bit about us today and we can't wait to hear from you soon!
A New Standard
Union Lane & Company is not just one photographer. We're actually a group of photographers all taught by our senior photographers. What this means to you, is, let's say that the worst case scenario happens where the day before your wedding, your wedding photographer falls sick or worst, breaks their leg! We have other photographers who can be quickly be there!
Commanding the Room
The next thing we want to talk about is how our staff has learned how to command the room on the wedding day. Have you ever been to a wedding where you were waiting forever at the reception for the bride and groom to show up. It happens all the time. And to be honest with you, most of the time it's the photographer’s fault.
Why Union Lane?
We could spend all day talking about style, but the reality is if you like what you see on the website you already like our style. What we want to talk to you about are the tangible differences. The things that will really make a difference on your wedding day.
It's All About the Attitude
And then there's attitude. We fundamentally believe that wedding photography is 60 percent customer service and only 40 percent photography. It's not that the photography isn't important.