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Best Family Photographers in Tulsa, OK

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8301 E. 51st Street Suite 115, Tulsa, OK 74136 Rating

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5.0 (21)

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Fresh Focus Photography is a Tulsa-based studio that specializes in portraiture. The company is owned and headed by Brenda Timmons, who offers a wide range of services including family portraiture. The photographer holds family portrait sessions outdoors, and takes group photos of families in scenic locations such as forests and parks. Brenda has been working as a professional photographer for more than two decades. She also takes portraits of newborns, babies, children, high school seniors, expecting mothers, and pets.

Tulsa, OK 74055 Rating

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5.0 (57)

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L&R Photography is a family portrait photography studio which specializes in natural light photography. They photograph children, babies, couples, families, and high-school seniors for clients in Tulsa and the surrounding areas. There is a 40-60 minute session for family, child, and maternity photos which produces a minimum of 25 images, and the photographer offers a brand-new baby, first-48-hours session which lasts for up to 2 hours and produces a minimum of 35 images. All images are fully edited, high-resolution, and supplied via a password-protected online gallery. The business is owned and run by Lindsey Mohr, a fun loving Nebraskan who loves making people smile, and has been known to "break out in a happy dance mid-session" when she's getting the perfect shots.

5026 East 101st Street, Tulsa, OK 74137 Rating

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4.8 (42)
5.0 (34)
1.0 (1)

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Photographic Designs is a full-service business that offers clients sessions in its fully equipped studio in Tulsa and on locations chosen by them and suggested by the photographer. Each session will begin with a consultation between the photographer and family, will typically include an assistant who will manage the professional lighting, and can include using software to personalize images chosen for wall displays. Photographic Designs can also deliver and install large portraits.

8220 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74137 Rating

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4.7 (27)
5.0 (1)

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Studio D is a full-service photography studio in Tulsa. Its professionals coordinate with families during pre-portrait consultations to set the tone and determine the specific details to be included in the family portraits. They can enhance raw photos with fun borders, sepia or black and white finishes, and soft vignettes. Families can also have their photos printed on greeting cards and mini books designed by the firm's staff. Studio D also handles pet and special event portraits.

1611 South Elwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74119 Rating

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4.8 (5)
5.0 (3)

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Andy's Fine Portraits is a photography studio based in Tulsa that provides family portraiture services. The studio was established by Andy Leithner, who has 25 years of experience serving the community and photographing family milestones. Its portfolio employs traditional, posed, and photo-journalistic portraiture, set on location or in the studio against a backdrop. In addition to family photography, the studio also offers photo sessions for high school seniors and coverage for weddings.

71 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74112 Rating

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5.0 (38)
5.0 (20)

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Emily is a wife, mom, and photographer who started Emily Wilson Photography a few years ago to offer families the same professional-quality photographs she takes of her own loved ones. Ms. Wilson completed her Bachelor of Science in Photography in 2016 and has since worked in and around the Tulsa area. The photographer's images range from traditionally candid to striking posed images that draw the eyes to particular parts of the photograph.

Tulsa, OK 74137 Rating

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5.0 (2)

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Zeller Photography was founded in 2004 by Lori Zeller as a family-focused photography studio, which specializes in taking family portraits from babies to high school seniors. Lori enjoys capturing family gatherings, and she is proud of her studio's reputation for quality, professionalism, and personalization of service. Customers in Tulsa praise the skill with which Lori captures the emotions and moods of the children she photographs.

4868 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74135 Rating

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5.0 (60)
5.0 (47)

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Andrea Murphy Photography serves families in and around its Tulsa location. Ms. Murphy specializes in capturing fresh and candid moments between families, often in natural outdoor surroundings that make use of sunset and sunrise. When appropriate, the photographer will use limited props that reveal the fun side of the subjects. Ms. Murphy also specializes in photographing new members of the family and the start of families at weddings. Boudoir photography is another of her specialisms.

Compare our Top Family Photographers

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Fresh Focus Photography
8301 E. 51st Street Suite 115, Tulsa, OK 74136
L+R Photography
Tulsa, OK 74055
Photographic Designs by Rachel Williams
5026 East 101st Street, Tulsa, OK 74137
Studio D
8220 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74137
Andy's Fine Portraits
1611 South Elwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74119
Emily Wilson Photography
71 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74112
Zeller Photography
Tulsa, OK 74137
Andrea Murphy Photography
4868 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74135


  • Introduction

    A family photographer is a skilled professional who uses artistic ability and a camera to take pictures of families. These professionals use photography equipment and photo editing software to create visually pleasing images of small and large family groups.

    You can have this type of photo taken when welcoming a new family member, such as when a baby is born or a child is adopted. You can have family photos taken annually to show how fast your children are growing or to commemorate an annual event or favorite holiday.

    Additionally, you can choose the type of setting and fashions that best fit your lifestyle for these photos. You can be as formal or casual as you like and have the pictures taken indoors or outside to suit your family’s preferences.
  • What is family photography?

    Family photography is taking pictures of groups of family members. These can be small groups of immediate family members or large groups that include members of your extended family. Settings can involve casual or formal events that are held indoors or outdoors.

  • Why do you need family photos?

    Family photos create a visual record of your family. These photos can create memories for you to cherish for a lifetime. Family photos also make way for future generations of your family to feel connected to you and your family.

  • What do family photographers do?

    Family photographers help you choose a visually interesting setting. They also typically manage lighting to help your photos come out looking bright and easy to see. These photographers may work in a studio that you visit, or they can also sometimes come to a location you choose.

  • Why do people get family portraits?

    People get family portraits to display at home and to share with loved ones. The photos can be used to commemorate the birth of a new family member and also be used to show how much family members change over the years.

  • How long should a family photo shoot last?

    A family photo shoot can be as short as half an hour or take as long as a couple of hours. Things that affect the amount of time it takes to complete a family photo shoot include the number of outfit changes and background settings you want.

  • How many pictures are in a session?

    The number of proofs you get from a family photo session varies based on the package you choose to buy. However, it’s common for a family photographer to provide a client with 35 to 60 images per session.