Best Wedding Photographers in Salem

Laurels
Laurels

We did the research for you!

Learn more
  • checkboxLicensing
  • checkboxUser Reviews
  • checkboxMystery Shopping Calls

Wedding Photographers FAQs

Learn more
Amy Booker Photgraphy logo

Amy Booker Photgraphy

Albany, OR 97330
Visit Website

Founded in 2009, Amy Booker Photography is a wedding photographer who has served the Salem area for over a decade. Booker captures warm, emotive, and colorful images, and is willing to travel for destination weddings. She also offers maternity, family, senior, children, and couple portrait sessions. All sessions are dog friendly. Images are available to clients through digital download and are backed up for five years. The photographer provides the client with full personal printing and sharing rights.

Visit Website
Becerra Photography logo

Becerra Photography

Corvallis, OR 97330
Visit Website

Becerra Photography is a wedding photography studio based in Corvallis. The business' wedding packages include features such as personal printing rights, an online gallery, a reception slideshow, an engagement session, and a second photographer on the day of the event. The studio also shoots engagement photos, family portraits, and commercial photos. Becerra Photography won Oregon Bride Magazine's Best of 2010.

Visit Website
Danielle Peterson Photography logo

Danielle Peterson Photography

Salem, OR 97306
Visit Website

Danielle Peterson Photography is a photographer with over 10 years of experience serving customers in Salem. The company offers all-inclusive wedding photography packages that cover pre-event consultations, photo editing, and retouching. Customers can receive a sneak peek within 24 hours, and review the photographs in a proofing gallery later on. High-resolution images are available for digital download or can be purchased as prints directly from the online gallery. Danielle Peterson Photography is a member of the Best Wedding Oregon network.

Visit Website
David James Visuals logo

David James Visuals

Jefferson, OR 97352
Visit Website

David James Visuals is a wedding photography business based in Jefferson that will travel around the world for destination weddings. The photography studio's wedding packages include a USB drive with high-resolution images. The photographer aims to capture genuine moments and laughter, with some posed portraits of the wedding party. Clients have praised David James for his passion for photography and dedication to his work.

Visit Website
Emily G Photography logo

Emily G Photography

Portland, OR 97201
Visit Website

Emily G. Photography uses a style that has been described as laid back, organic, and joyful. The Portland-based photography studio captures wedding photos, family portraits, child portraits, baby portraits, boudoir photos, and professional headshots. The business sells add-on items such as coffee table books, linen albums, and Italian leather albums. Clients have praised the photographer for her professionalism and quality photos.

Visit Website
Erica Ann Photography logo

Erica Ann Photography

Portland, OR 97201
Visit Website

Erica Ann Photography has been photographing weddings in the Salem area since 2008. The photography studio prints specialty products including mixed media art, wall art, and wedding albums. The photographer's work has been featured in Junebug Weddings, Oregon Bride Magazine, Oregon Bride, The Knotty Bride, Ruffled, Bow Ties and Bliss, and other publications. Clients have praised Erica Ann for her talent and passion for photography.

Visit Website
Eugene Pavlov Photography logo

Eugene Pavlov Photography

Salem, OR 97301
Visit Website

Eugene Pavlov Photography captures wedding and engagement photos as well as family portraits, food photos, maternity photos, model photos, and high school senior portraits. The photographer's work has been published in 1859 Magazine, Denim Grace, and Oregon Bride Magazine. Clients have given positive feedback for Eugene Pavlov's romantic, inspiring, and fun photos.

Visit Website
Juan Carlos Photographer logo

Juan Carlos Photographer

Salem, OR 97304
Visit Website

Juan Carlos Photographer has more than 20 years of experience in photography. The Salem studio travels anywhere in Oregon to shoot a wedding. The business' wedding packages include features such as an engagement session or bridal session, professional editing, a disc of all the edited images, online hosting, and a custom album. Clients have given positive feedback for the photographer's passion for photography and romance.

Visit Website
Laurie Marie Photography logo

Laurie Marie Photography

Salem, OR 97306
Visit Website

Laurie Marie Photography captures wedding and engagement photos in the Salem area. The studio photographs family portraits, child portraits, maternity photos, newborn photos, special event photos, and high school senior portraits. The photographer also captures commercial and fine art photos.

Visit Website
Powers Studios logo

Powers Studios

Portland, OR 97209
Visit Website

The founder of Powers Photography Studios has been shooting photographs for more than 20 years. The Portland-based photography studio's wedding package includes a print release, teaser images, hand-edited photos, and fast photo delivery. Clients have praised Powers Photography Studios for its supportive, professional, and attentive photographer and fast response time.

Visit Website
Quinn Burke Photography logo

Quinn Burke Photography

Salem, OR 97301
Visit Website

Quinn Burke Photography is a wedding photography business based in Salem, Oregon, although it also serves the area including Portland, Eugene, and Bend. Quinn's work focuses on artistic, expressive images taken on location at weddings. He provides customers with well thought-out wedding albums that are meant to be keepsakes, not just collections of pictures. Quinn Burke also offers portrait photography; he photographs subjects in natural settings. Graduating seniors, expectant mothers, engaged couples, and families are among the subjects of his portraits. Couples who have hired Quinn as their wedding photographer praise his friendliness and professionalism and the amount of care he puts into their wedding albums.

Visit Website
RobProPhoto logo

RobProPhoto

Portland, OR 97214
Visit Website

RobProPhoto is an award-winning photography studio based in Portland. The business photographs weddings and engagements as well as special events, family portraits, business headshots, and other types of portraits. The studio shoots photos on film upon request. RobProPhoto has won the WeddingWire Brides' Choice Award and is a member of the American Society of Professional Photographers, the Oregon Professional Photographers Association, Professional Photographers of America, and other organizations.

Visit Website
Steele Photography logo

Steele Photography

Portland, OR 97205
Visit Website

Steele Photography uses an elegant and contemporary style in its photos. The Portland-based photography studio provides fast photo delivery, sharing options, two photographers at the event, and custom wedding albums. The business also photographs high school seniors. Clients have praised the studio for its responsive and easygoing staff who shoot quality photos.

Visit Website
Tekoa Rose Photography logo

Tekoa Rose Photography

Salem, OR 97301
Visit Website

Tekoa Rose Photography captures the personalities of the subjects in front of the camera. The Salem photography studio's wedding packages include an in-person consultation, wedding timeline planning, a private online viewing gallery, a print release, and a custom designed album. The business also offers elopement packages that are priced by the hour and include a download of high-resolution files.

Visit Website
Back to Providers

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much do wedding photographers make?

A: According to Salary.com, the median annual income of a wedding photographer is just under $50,000. Many wedding photographers are independent contractors and either have another part-time profession or take photos of other events, such as baby showers and engagements.

Q: How do I become a great wedding photographer?

A: To develop your skills as a wedding photographer, you need to know your equipment and its capabilities. Seek training from a professional, take courses in photography, or find a mentor to assist — experience is key. Networking is important when you start out. Research, experiment, and practice with lighting and different styles to broaden your skills.

Q: What do I need to get started as a wedding photographer?

A: In terms of physical equipment, all you need to shoot your first wedding is a couple of high-quality lenses, a camera body, a flash setup, and film or memory cards to store images, if you're shooting digital. You'll also want to bring backup equipment and make sure your gear is insured in case anything happens.

Read All FAQS

Wrong city? Here are some nearby places:

Search for Wedding Photographers near you