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Best Wedding Photographers in Sherman Oaks, CA

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Sherman Oaks Wedding Photographers on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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Brian Kramer Photography

4416 Mammoth Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 91423

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5.0 (9)
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5.0 (3)

Why choose this provider?

Brian Kramer Photography is one of the special events and wedding photographers serving clients in Sherman Oaks. A graduate of Otis Art Institute and Parsons School of Design, Kramer started his photography business in 1981 and has since photographed celebrities, royals, and political figures. Available for a limited number of weddings yearly, he can set up an on-site digital studio with photo printing services, and he also does engagement sessions. Brian Kramer Photography welcomes both domestic and international photography jobs.

Venice, CA 90291

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5.0 (3)

Why choose this provider?

Wendy Waddell Photography is located in Venice, Los Angeles, California and performs family photography, child photography, wedding photography, bar/bat mitzvah photography, and event photography. In addition, this company provides maternity photography, infant photography, and milestone package. Event photography includes the Korean Dol birthday, which is the celebration of a child's first birthday. This company's family session includes the indoor and/or outdoor location of the client’s choice, custom viewing session at the client’s home, social media sized images, and a bonus of 1 - 10x10 professional enlargement. The milestone package includes the three sessions throughout the first year, newborn, sitting and standing are recommended, custom viewing session at client’s home, social media sized images, and bonus- 1- 10x10 professional enlargement per session and 1st year milestone album design. Wendy Waddell Photography captures candid moments and captures endless memories.

Los Angeles, CA 90066

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5.0 (6)

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Based in Los Angeles, CA, Attila Iuhasz Photography specializes in wedding photography services to Orange County and the surrounding areas along the West Coast in Southern California. They are also available for destination weddings. As storytellers who document each wedding through powerful imagery, the studio strives to capture the tiny details that make each wedding special to the bride and groom. The website offers recommendations and clickable links for their favorite wedding venues on the West Coast. They also specialize in engagement sessions, boudoir photography, and portrait photography for actors and models. Affiliations include Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI).

Compare our Top Wedding Photographers

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Brian Kramer Photography
4416 Mammoth Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 91423
Wendy Waddell Photography
Venice, CA 90291
Attila Iuhasz Photography
Los Angeles, CA 90066

FAQs

  • Introduction

    Because of the sheer number of weddings that happen each year, wedding photography is a booming industry. Couples engaged to be married should take great care in finding a wedding photographer before their big day that suits their style.

    Many people think all wedding photographers are virtually the same, but this is incorrect. Some photographers prefer unusual arrangements, angles, and uses of light in their images. They may also have unique styles and filters when editing wedding photos. This makes it very important if you're planning on getting married and looking for a photographer to take the time to find one whose style aligns with what you're looking for.
  • What does a wedding photographer do?

    Wedding photographers take pictures of the wedding ceremony, the bridesmaids and groomsmen, and the families of the bride and groom. They also often photograph the major events of the reception and the guests to help preserve memories of the entire affair.

  • What makes a good wedding photographer?

    A good wedding photographer can faithfully recreate special memories, taking care to capture the most important moments of the wedding and reception. They're able to fulfill the requests of the couple getting married and help them choose the best images from the event.

  • How do I pick a wedding photographer?

    Couples can find their wedding photographer by asking friends and family for recommendations or checking out local listings. It's important to review portfolios, pricing, and availability. When you've picked a few that pique your interest, speak to them in person to make sure they're a good fit.

  • What should I ask a wedding photographer?

    Before you make a final decision about your wedding photographer, you'll want to ask several important questions, such as:

    • Can we see your portfolio?
    • How many weddings have you shot?
    • How much do require for a deposit?
    • What packages are available in our price range?
    • What is your editing style?

  • How much does a wedding photographer cost?

    The cost of a wedding photographer depends on various factors, including their experience, photo packages, and the length of time you need them. According to Brides.com, a wedding photographer can charge anywhere between $1,000 and $10,000 for their services.

  • Why are wedding photographers so expensive?

    A wedding photographer's fee reflects their experience, training, and ability to fulfill your vision and requests. The time needed to complete the process for a single wedding makes a difference as well. For a standard eight to 10 hour wedding, a photographer may spend as much as double that culling and editing photos.