Best Wedding Photographers in Puyallup


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Amanda Howse Photography

8922 176th St Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98375
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Business Description

Amanda Howe Photography photographs weddings for clients in the Puyallup, Washington, metro area. This business conducts photo shoots at a studio location but also delivers on-site service to wedding ceremonies an receptions. Founder Amanda Howe provides live coverage of ceremonies as well as carefully constructed portraiture for the bride, groom, and family members. Edited photo albums are available in various packages. This studio also specializes in high school graduation and family photo shoots.

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E B Peterson Photography

Puyallup, WA 98371
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E B Peterson Photography is a wedding photographer that provides wedding, architectural and outdoor portraits to the people of Seattle, Tacoma, and the surrounding Washington area. Eric Peterson employs a combination of digital and film in his work, as well as a special exposure style to create an eye-catching 'hyper-real' effect distinct from other photographers. He is also available for product and art photography, real estate and location photography and events, ranging from band performances to parties to Santa sightings! Eric aims to give clients a professional experience and capture the subject's beauty in a way other photographers cannot.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do wedding photographers make?

According to, 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.

How do I become a great wedding photographer?

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.

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

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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