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LGBTQ Wedding Photographers

Find professional LGBTQ wedding photographers near you. Choose your photography vendor by location, past experience and customer reviews. Find the best same-sex wedding photographers in your area.

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Advice From EVOL.LGBT

How to choose an LGBTQ wedding photographer?

Start With Your Style
Starting to think about hiring a wedding photographer? Kick off the search by looking for photographers whose photos you love. Browse portfolios and save any that stand out to you.
Understand the Options
If you know your wedding date, you’re ready to begin the search. When considering options think about timing, how many shooters you want, who gets photo rights, and if packages are customizable.
Start a Conversation
Once you’ve found a photographer whose look you love, it’s time to learn if your personalities click. (Pun intended!) Reach out via EVOL.LGBT’s “Request Quote” feature, which walks you through the key pieces of info to share.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check answer to common questions about choosing LGBTQ wedding photographers.

How much does a wedding photographer cost?

In general, wedding photographer prices in the U.S. tend to range between $1,150 and $3,000, with the average wedding photographer cost hovering around $2,000.

Can you negotiate wedding photographer prices?

Yes, should try. You need to reflect that you value good photography and you are not looking for a cheapest wedding photographer, but sometimes a discount can benefit both parties.

Do you tip wedding photographer?

Yes, usually I tip, as a general rule, it’s not necessary to tip the owner of the company (which wedding photographers often are), though you could tip $100 or more if you feel so inclined. If there is an assistant, tip the assistant $50 to $75.

What to ask wedding photographer?

Before your wedding shoot you better ask your wedding photographer about all details like payment schedule, working style of a photographer, arriving and departure plan for a photographer, things photographers focus on, the way in which images will be stored and backed up, retouching details and timeline for processing and delivery.

Do satin wedding dresses photograph well?

Satin will photograph better when it’s not a pure white. Instead, soften the look with an off-white or ivory. It’ll still look really white in the photos, but without becoming too fluorescent and glaring.

Do you need two photographers at a wedding?

Yes, it is necessary to have 2 people to capture both the bride & groom getting ready if they are in different locations and getting ready at the same time. During your ceremony, it is impossible to capture the bride walking down the aisle and the groom’s reaction to seeing her for the first time.