Photographers near Philadelphia, PA

1024 Total Vendors



PA, DE, & NJ, PA

George Street Photo & Video


Philadelphia, PA

Ashley Gerrity Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Twisted Oaks Studio


Marlton, NJ

The Artist Group


Philadelphia, PA

The Pros





Serving All Pennsylvania, PA

Matthew Szoke Photography


West Chester, PA



Philadelphia, PA

Morina Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Perfect Day Photography


Serving S NJ, PA, and DE, NJ

(mattnnat) photographers


PA, Nationwide,

Anastasia Romanova Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Perfectly Paired Photography


Bryn Mawr, PA

Art Work Photography


Mount Laurel, NJ

Martin Reardon Photography


Jenkintown, PA

Robert Turi Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Tracie Kitt Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Barone Photo


Philadelphia, PA

Lakatos Photography


West Chester, PA

Chris Hensel Wedding Photojournalism


Media, PA

Tere Schubert Photography Inc.


Wilmington, DE

Carley K Photography


Philadelphia, PA

Pat Robinson Photography


Wilmington, DE

Tyler Boye Photography


Blue Bell, PA

Cliff Mautner Photography


Philadelphia area, PA

Nathan Desch Photography



Wedding Bug


Serving Nationwide,

Lorenzini Wedding Photography


Greater Philadelphia Area, PA

Uncorked Studios Photography


Philadelphia/Destination, PA

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Photographers in Philadelphia, PA

You've picked out your dream gown. You've booked a palatial venue. And you've met with your caterer to customize a menu fit for royalty. Now all that's left to do is find the perfect wedding photographer to make sure all the wonderful memories are kept alive for a long, long time! When it comes to shooting your Philadelphia wedding, you have a dizzying array of choices. Narrow down your search with a little help from our Philadelphia wedding photographer listings. By comparing styles, packages, and prices, you'll come up with the one that can do a beautiful job of chronicling the most special day of your life. Begin by deciding on your wedding photography style. The most common styles are traditional (the usual scripted portraits) and photojournalistic (every moment of your wedding day captured candidly). Try to explore further because some Philadelphia wedding photographers have an even more unique approach to shooting--vintage inspired, for example, which would be great if you have a retro-themed wedding. When you've cut down your choices according to style, look at their packages and prices. Things to consider include the number of photographers who will be working on your wedding, and how long they will be shooting. If it falls within your budget, go for an all-day shooting package with two photographers. That means more pictures, and more beautiful memories!


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