Guided Imagery

102 park st A, Yorkville, IL 60560 Map · Phone number
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About Guided Imagery

Portrait of Light is a wedding photography company located in Yorkville, Illinois. They know how stressful a wedding can be, so they work hard to create a calming and smooth experience for you and your partner. Their company is family-owned and -operated, and each member of the team is creative and patient. They not only offer wedding photography, but are also happy to provide videography and photo booth rental as well.

Services Offered
Portrait of Light uses a combination of natural, photojournalistic, and traditional styles in their work. They want to ensure that no detail or moment goes undocumented, so they are happy to use second shooters and only book one event per day. They can also work additional hours and travel to multiple locations as needed. Destination weddings are welcome. Additionally they offer engagement, boudoir, and trash-the-dress shoots, as well as video services. Their high-resolution images can be toned, and are available in many formats including:

  • Albums
  • Canvas prints
  • Digital files
  • Matted prints
  • Prints
  • Proofs
  • Save the dates
  • Thank-you cards
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3 Reviews for Guided Imagery

Recommended by 91% of couples


4.5 out of 5.0
  • Quality of service 4.7
  • Professionalism 3.7
  • Flexibility 4.3
  • Value 5.0
  • Average response time 5.0
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    Kristen Ignarski · Married on 10/25/2019

    5.0
    • Quality of service:
      5.0
    • Responsiveness:
      5.0
    • Value:
      5.0
    • Flexibility:
      5.0
    • Professionalism:
      5.0

    Love! Love! Love!

    We hired Portrait of Light for our wedding and they did an amazing job! Our photographer was great and knew all the good angles and shots to take of us! I am not a fan of getting my picture taken but when I got the proofs, I LOVED them all! Great quality at a great price!!

    Sent on 12/11/2019
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    Michelle Motisi · Married on 02/15/2020

    4.8
    • Quality of service:
      5.0
    • Responsiveness:
      5.0
    • Value:
      5.0
    • Flexibility:
      5.0
    • Professionalism:
      4.0

    Fun photographers!

    On time, on key, fun, and caught moments. Can't wait to see how all the photos come out!!

    Sent on 02/17/2020
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    Jessica Brown · Married on 08/03/2019

    3.8
    • Quality of service:
      4.0
    • Responsiveness:
      5.0
    • Value:
      5.0
    • Flexibility:
      3.0
    • Professionalism:
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    Happy with the photos we received, but disappointed with the service

    We hired Portrait of Light for our wedding and I was honestly not very happy that we hired them. I initially hired them because the price was very good for the services offered and I liked the creativity of the photos on their website. However, I do not feel satisfied with the overall experience. I did not feel the professionalism was great for several reasons. First, when I was speaking to the photographer a month in advance of the wedding to plan final details, they were hesitant to talk with me at that time rather than 2 weeks before the wedding. I asked if they would like to reschedule the call to 2 weeks before the wedding, but they agreed to have it at the time we planned. We went over the details, however they did not seem to write anything down because they called me the day before the wedding asking to clarify several details that we had already discussed several weeks before. This was stressful for me because it did not seem like they were prepared for my wedding. Second, when I was booking the photographer, I initially wanted to book them for a longer period of time so I could get getting ready photos in the morning with my bridesmaids. I asked if they could come several hours before our wedding and meet us at the hotel where we were getting ready, and they said no because the time was too early in the morning (I was asking for 8 am or so, nothing ridiculous). Instead, they wanted to meet us at the venue one hour before the wedding to take photos. This was not my preference but I agreed since it seemed like it would be enough time to get some photos before our ceremony, and it would save us some money. However, the photography team was late. This is completely unacceptable on a wedding day, especially when the time has already been limited to take photos. We almost did our first look photos on someone's cell phone because the photographers were late - completely unacceptable. Third, we did not get any professional family photos taken. This was very upsetting to me. I had been planning to give the photographer a shot list, but in the busyness of the planning leading up to the day, I did not have time to put one together. However, I feel it is the photographer's job to ensure family photos get taken. I was very upset that there was not time budgeted for this. We did have a tight timeline for photos, but this should have been priority. If the photographer was willing to be there for more time like I had originally asked, there would have been more time for family photos. This is the thing I regret the most about our wedding - not having these memories captured to look back on. The only family photos we have are the unprofessional ones taken on peoples' phones. Thank goodness we at least have those. Lastly, we were only given a DVD with our highlight video. Our photos came on a USB, but the video was only available on DVD. Seeing as my husband and I do not own a DVD player, it has been difficult for us to access our video. We were told we would not be able to get the video in another format until the photographer purchases a new software and they were not able to tell us when that would be.

    Overall, the photos that we did receive were beautiful. They came out very well, but the process of getting there as well as the lack of family photos were a real disappointment. I would not recommend this photographer for weddings - they would be better for other kinds of photo shoots.

    Sent on 11/01/2019

    Guided Imagery's reply:

    I am sorry you feel this way , I apologize that I had appointments earlier that day and couldnt change the time to come earlier , also I asked which family member were present and that you wanted photos with but none of them seemed to be around and no 1 was sent to round them up for photos or I would have gladly taken them . And I did tell you I would re make your slide show as soon as I could and asked you if you did get it to play , it does say dvd in the original agreement but I was going to make an extra, different type just for you . We were not late , we were on time and we did plenty of first look photos , I always double and triple check details, as they do tend to change, I dont think that should be degraded and the time you had for a photographer wasnt as long as you're saying you needed now . That's not fair at all . Your wedding reception went beyond the time we were hired for and we did stay at no extra charge and took photos till the venue was cleaning up and the DJ was done . Your wedding was beautiful, you were beautiful and the photos were wonderful. I'm very sorry you felt the need to leave this type of review

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Guided Imagery FAQ

  • What is the starting price for your wedding photography services?
    $ 500.00
  • Which of the following are included in the starting price?
    2nd Shooter
    High-Res Images
    Multi. Locations
    Albums
    Digital Files
  • What is the price of your most popular wedding package?
    $ 895
  • Which of the following are included in the price of your most popular wedding package?
    2nd Shooter
    Add'l Hours
    Boudoir Shoot
    Engagement Shoot
    High-Res Images
    Multi. Locations
    Trash The Dress
    Albums
    Digital Files
    Prints
    Proofs
  • What primary photographic style do you identify with?
    Natural
    Photojournalism
    Traditional
  • What photography services do you offer?
    Additional Hours
    Boudoir Shoot
    Destination / Travel
    Engagement Shoot
    High-Res Images
    Multi. Locations
    One Event / Day
    Second Shooter
    Toning
    Trash The Dress
    Video
    Wedding Portraits
  • What photography items do you offer?
    Albums
    Canvas
    Digital Files
    Matted Prints
    Prints
    Proofs
    Save the Date
    Thank You Cards

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  • 102 park st A, A Yorkville, IL, 60560 See on map
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Guided Imagery frequently asked questions

What photography services does Guided Imagery include in the starting price?

Guided Imagery includes the following photography services in the starting price:

  • 2nd Shooter
  • High-Res Images
  • Multi. Locations
  • Albums
  • Digital Files

What photography services does Guided Imagery include in their most popular wedding package?

Guided Imagery includes the following photography services in their most popular wedding package:

  • 2nd Shooter
  • Add'l Hours
  • Boudoir Shoot
  • Engagement Shoot
  • High-Res Images
  • Multi. Locations
  • Trash The Dress
  • Albums
  • Digital Files
  • Prints
  • Proofs

What photography styles does Guided Imagery offer?

Guided Imagery offers the following photography styles:

  • Natural
  • Photojournalism
  • Traditional

What photography services does Guided Imagery offer?

Guided Imagery offers the following photography services for weddings:

  • Additional Hours
  • Boudoir Shoot
  • Destination / Travel
  • Engagement Shoot
  • High-Res Images
  • Multi. Locations
  • One Event / Day
  • Second Shooter
  • Toning
  • Trash The Dress
  • Video
  • Wedding Portraits

What photography materials does Guided Imagery offer for wedding events?

Guided Imagery offers the following photography materials for weddings:

  • Albums
  • Canvas
  • Digital Files
  • Matted Prints
  • Prints
  • Proofs
  • Save the Date
  • Thank You Cards

What percentage of users recommend Guided Imagery and which are the most valued aspects of their wedding services?

Guided Imagery is recommended by 67% of couples who have used their services. Their overall rating is 4.6 out of 5 with the following breakdown: 5.0 in average response time, 5.0 in value, 4.7 in quality of service, 4.3 in flexibility and 3.7 in professionalism.

What kind of wedding service promotions does Guided Imagery offer?

Guided Imagery currently offers 1 gift promotion and 1 offer promotion for wedding services.