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About Us specializes in elegant, photojournalistic wedding photography for less-formal or outdoor wedding ceremonies.  If you're looking for a photographer with experience, a great eye, top-notch equipment and an easygoing demeanor, look no further.
      Alan Pollock has been a photographer with The Cape Cod Chronicle since 1996, and his lens has captured the essence of the Lower Cape in thousands of published photos.  A lifelong Cape Codder, he has photographed weddings from Provincetown to Woods Hole and beyond.

Same-sex Weddings?

Since Massachusetts became the first state to allow same-sex marriages, has photographed many gay weddings, and we actively market our services to this market.

"It gives me great pleasure to be there when two people commit to each other for a lifetime," owner and photographer Alan Pollock said.


 There are plenty of ways is different from ordinary wedding photographers, and our pricing is one of them. 

Shooting fee  +  Prints or DVD  =  Total Cost

     My shooting fee is an hourly rate of $500.  I require a minimum number of hours per job, and this is negotiable, based on the type of coverage you'll need.   Then, you buy only the prints you need, in the quantities you want.  Since the prints are purchased from a private, online gallery, you can either purchase prints for your guests or give them access to the gallery to browse or purchase pictures for themselves. If you prefer, you can purchase a data DVD of the images and have your own prints made.

Alan Pollock photographing a shark-tagging expedition.
Alan Pollock, photographing a shark-tagging expedition.

Responsible is a very small business.  But it's got a very big commitment to the community. We regularly donate photographic services and prints to worthy local charities.  Our favorite is the Cape Cod and the Islands Chapter of the American Red Cross, where photographer Alan Pollock regularly volunteers his time as an emergency social worker at the scene of local house fires.  We've also donated prints for auction by Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod, the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance, Harwich Junior Theatre and the Art of Charity Foundation.  
     Do your part.  Volunteer or give to your charity of choice!

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