We’d love to book you! What are the next steps?

All that’s required in booking me is a signed agreement and retainer. Dates are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and most couples book me about 9 months in advance.

Contact me for details and we’ll get the ball rolling.


What equipment do you use?

I shoot with two Canon 5d mkIII cameras and use the following lenses: 50mm 1.2L, 35mm 1.4L, 85mm 1.2L, 45TSE and 135mm 2L. I’ll also bring along the occasional polaroid camera here and there.


How do you describe your style?

My style is a mix of photojournalism with fine-art portraiture. I prefer to 
take a fly-on-the-wall approach, to let moments unfold naturally in front 
of me and to interpret them like a storyteller. When the moment is right, I also love creating stylized portraits of the love-smitten couple. Combining those two approaches results in what I believe is a beautiful and honest record of the day.


Do you shoot family photos during a wedding day?

YES! Family photos are one of the most important things on a wedding day and I always make sure to carve out time to capture them.

Should we do an engagement session?

I love engagement sessions. Not only are they a chance for us to collaborate and create something authentic, they’re a chance for you to connect before the wedding, to get comfortable with each other in front of me and my camera so that when the big day arrives, you are comfortable, relaxed, and completely in the moment.


Do you have insurance?

Absolutely! Lev Kuperman Photography is insured through Hill & Usher for liability coverage of  up to $2,000,000. Let me know if your venue requires a certificate of insurance.


How many weddings do you shoot per year?

I limit myself to no more than 25 weddings per year. It is incredibly important to me to give all my clients my full attention, and to be fully dedicated to each and every wedding and keep things fresh and exciting for myself.


How many images do we get?

For an average 8-hour wedding, I usually deliver between 500-700 fully-edited images.