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Cheryl Ford Photography

Lynnwood, WA 98036
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Based in Seattle, WA, Cheryl Ford shoots and edits her own wedding photography. The photographer has a diverse style and ability to capture images that range from modern and fresh to classic and timeless, suited to her clients’ various tastes. Cheryl has a knack for finding the tiniest of personal details that make each wedding unique. She is also capable of composing photographs with breathtaking backdrops and dramatic lighting, capturing the entirety of the scenery in a powerful way. Her photography reflects her clients’ personalities and the environment at the wedding, creating mementos that can allow the couple to relive the day for years to come.

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Joanna Monger Photography

Monroe, WA 98272
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Joanna Monger is a wedding photographer in the Seattle and Sonomish areas of Western Washington. She prefers to document weddings as they unfold in a natural, photojournalistic way, without much posing, and loves to capture happy, emotive couples in beautiful settings. Joanna purposefully schedules only a select number of weddings each year so that she can provide very personalized attention to each couple through the wedding planning process. She was named one of the top ten Best of Western Washington Wedding Photographers in 2016. Joanna also offers family, newborn, engagement, and boudoir photography sessions and has limited availability to travel for destination weddings. She also has a network of wedding venues and professionals to recommend to searching clients in the Seattle area.

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Kayla J Photography

Monroe, WA 98272
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Headquartered in Monroe, Washington, Kayla J Photography is a professional photography business that serves clients in the surrounding metropolitan area. Owner and lead photographer Kayla J is a graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle and opened her storefront studio in 2009. A specialist in portraiture work, the company is available for such services as newborn photo sessions, child photo shoots, family portraiture work, and wedding photography coverage. Products offered by Kayla J Photography include photo albums, family banners, special announcements and cards, digital files, and desk prints. The company can be contacted for bookings by phone or through its official website.

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VisualLife Photography

Bothell, WA 98021
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Jamie VanBuhler is the artist behind the camera for Visual Life Photography. Based in Bothell, Washington, Jamie’s projects range from the Seattle metro area to Michigan, Colorado, California, Oregon, and Kauai. Clients may choose a location or come to VanBuhler’s studio in Bothell. A one-hour photo shoot produces ten high-resolution, edited images on a portable drive. The two-hour session gives clients 20 images. VanBuhler is available for wedding and maternity photography. Newborn sessions take place before the infant is eight weeks old, preferably in the client’s home, where the whole family would be most relaxed.

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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.

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