Meera Graham Photography
Let's dare to do this sh*t our own way.
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Investment


INVESTMENT

Anything worth doing is worth giving all I’ve got.

I take a three-part approach to making the money part of this fair, kind and straightforward…for all of us.

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#1 - ZERO-BULLSHIT COVERAGE

No nickle-and-dime stuff crap.
My work is all-inclusive!

EVERY ONE
of my packages includes my hands-on support in the year leading up to your wedding, which includes our "DIG DEEPER" Experience, engagement photo session, and documentary coverage of your entire wedding day (up to 11 continuous hours). Oh, and lots of love, time, attention and a few goodies. BOOM.

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#2 - ZERO-BULLSHIT SUPPORT

Money can be a big source of stress, so all my couples get a (free) WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY REGISTRY to help you get the memories you want. You can ask for gifts towards coverage, prints or albums. That way money isn’t a barrier if memories are a priority to you.

#3 - ZERO-BULLSHIT PRICING

I work with couples across the country. Since I already give you the full treatment with every single package, I offer three simple packages to choose from: no album, album, and an option for more extensive coverage (up to 14 hours) if you need it. Other than a retainer, you don’t pay anything until the day of your wedding. Simple.

My people prioritize capturing authentic memories and diving deeper together.
Most spend $5000 - $7000.

For weddings outside Montana, I include a flat rate for travel, which varies depending upon where you are in the country.

I also offer elopement experiences; talk to me!

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Doing something that doesn’t fit in the typical boxes? I love you already!!
Get in touch and tell me what’s up, and we can collaborate to figure out what works. I’ve done everything from elopements to camp-weddings. Documentary photography is about who you really are, not what you’re “supposed” to do.