Wedding photographers are the cornerstone to helping you relive every precious moment of your wedding day. If you’re searching for the right photographer for your event, then there’s no doubt that you’re going to want the best-of-the-best! Philadelphia is one of the largest wedding markets in the country, so there is definitely a lot of talent to choose from in our city. Just to make things easier for you newlyweds, here’s a list of Philadelphia wedding photographers that we love and we think you will too! Keep scrolling to see our list of local photographers and get a glimpse of their incredible work that has been featured on our website.
Ben and Ashley make up Deibert Photography, a husband-and-wife team based in Philadelphia with roots from NYC.
Each client is special to Ben and Ashley. They take the time to get to know you, your relationship, your family and are firm believers that in order to tell your love story through photography, you should be on this journey together, and maybe become friends along the way!
By focusing on a candid / classic blended approach to our photography style, Ben and Ashley ensure you get beautiful, creative images, but still look (and feel) like yourselves! Seeking out the “real” moments amongst people is their specialty.
J&J Studios crafts a blend of classic and dramatic imagery with an emphasis on wide angle, environmental portraits, back lighting, and off camera lighting. They make ordinary moments absolutely beautiful by changing small things in photos to make them shine. Their images are bold, contrasty, colorful and as close to a film look as possible.
If you’re looking for those epic portraits and raw, candid emotions, Nik is the photographer for you. He is also owner of Morina Cafe located in Germantown. Sip an espresso or latte while Nik blows you away with his incredible photography. He’ll also be one of the best dressed people at your wedding – seriously!
Salt & Sonder is a boutique style wedding photography studio, run by JD Land, and based out of the Philadelphia, PA. JD photographs a limited number of weddings per year and specializes in true wedding photojournalism. Being invisible and capturing moments as they naturally happen.
I’ve been a Philadelphia wedding photographer for 15 years working with couples that want natural and timeless photographs. At Jordan Brian Studios, I believe your day should be a laid back, joyous celebration without any interruptions. I’ll direct when necessary, but I’m there to capture the love between you, your friends, and family.
Tami & Ryan are a husband and wife team with over 12 years of wedding photography experience! They focus on truly getting to know their couples and providing them with a stress-free experience, while capturing the story of their day and the genuine emotions surrounding it. As a past couple once said, ” They have such an innate ability to make you feel instantly comfortable with them!”, which then results in the most natural, beautiful images!
“Natural. In the sense that it is completely focused on having my clients be themselves. I may use the natural light of the room or I may create dramatic, epic lighting. In all of the photographs, the common theme is having my couple not feel posed. I want them to hold each other like they would when snuggling on the couch, laugh at each other’s jokes, dance together like no one else is there. All of these pieces are what makes a photo magical. “ See her “Romantic, City-Chic Engagement Session”
From Kim: “This world, your lives, my own life and the people I love — I can’t help but photograph it. What started as a curiosity and a fun past time as a kid, and no I won’t tell you how long ago that was, has turned into a passionate career over my lifetime. Besides being a mom, nothing makes me feel more alive and like I am fulfilling my life’s purpose than when I pick up my camera. I have been photographing weddings, families, corporate events and everyday life for as long as I can remember. I was still a child when I picked up my first camera and had that feeling like ‘oh…this. this is something of me.’ Not just what I love to do, but like ‘this is who I am.'”
From Alli: “You can thank my Irish dad and Italian mom for turning me into a wedding photographer in Philadelphia. Family first, and yep, Catholic mass or bust. I grew up looking forward to every time my entire extended family could be in the same room. What’s a wedding? Everyone you love in the same place. One of the first weddings I ever shot ended with everyone singing their family’s traditional Irish drinking song. The second? I ended up sitting next to the bride’s grandmother who spoke only Italian and well, the rest is history. I had officially found a job in my happy place. Being a wedding photographer provides me with remarkable insight into the human experience. I believe that movement and laughter create the drama that makes moments real. Our experiences are the reason for the stories that build us. Documenting your wedding is about much more than imagery; it is sharing that experience with you, your family, and your friends. I see every wedding as an opportunity for a new experience that will in turn build me as well.”
From Colin, describing his style: “Honest and real. I believe weddings are much more than cakes and flowers. My style starts with getting to know the people who are going to be in front of my lens. I want to spend quality time on that part, so when they get there I can capture them in the most genuine way possible. I want a couples’ photos to reflect what matters to them and who they are in this time of their life. I also love capturing laughter and silliness, and the unspoken things that weddings bring to the table. I think a person in love and a person laughing uncontrollably show vulnerability in different ways. Vulnerability makes for awesome, goosebump-making photographs.”
We love Aly’s super strong and film-like photography. Aly is passionate and excited about capturing those intimate, in-between moments of your love story. Focusing on real emotion and expression, she can preserve those feelings for a lifetime.
From Daniel: “One of my past couples said it best, ‘He’s so much more than a photographer. He’s along for your journey, not just the wedding day. So when he arrives it’s like hanging out with an old friend.'”
What we love about Daniel is how he can create the most unique and epic photos in some of the most photographed places. Whether it’s city hall, broad street, or any of the many city parks, He’ll create something no one has seen before.
Gene brings his two-decade photography experience to capture your wedding day in an authentic and enjoyable manner. When you’ve been photographing weddings that long, you just know what to do. And that frees you up to focus on connecting with your bride and groom. That’s why you see such authentic emotion in Gene’s work.
Brittany and Ricklin, a wife and husband team, work side by side to make their couples feel at ease during the day while capturing their love in breath-taking photographs to create the couple’s first family heirloom. We especially love their country weddings, taking full advantage of the beauty of nature.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer with a clean, modern, artistic style, who gives high attention to details and outstanding customer experience, contact Iryna! Her striking wedding portraits are some of our favorites!
Megan is a documentary wedding photographer that specializes in capturing the emotional and unscripted moments of your wedding day. Her clients often tell her that she is a very calming presence on their wedding day. This calmness and personal commitment to your story, allows Megan to capture your day in a very real and intimate way.
From Brandi: “My goal as a photographer is to give each client a special and significant experience as a way to capture their own, personal story. I become friends with every couple I work with and through this friendship I document their love exactly how it exists- unique, sometimes messy, always beautiful, and one of a kind. While posing definitely has its place, I truly do believe that the best images happen in-between the poses, they are the images that you won’t even realize I am clicking my shutter for. You’ll be doing a lot of laughing, running, and probably some dancing too.”