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Alice Garik Photography


This photojournalist-cum-artist has published her photos in magazines like National Geographic World and GQ. She brings the same detail-oriented eye and sensitivity to her wedding work that she exhibits in her art. Upon request, Garik can produce museum-quality prints and platinum printing of your favorite shots from the big day. From $4,000.

Ali Smith with Alice-in-Weddingland


The team of celebrity-portrait photographer Ali Smith and award-winning photojournalist Joshua Bright have years of experience producing wedding photographs, artfully combining modern portraiture and editorial styles. Their approach is relaxed and personal-but always professional. Prices start at $3,500 and include two photographers for eight hours of shooting.

Amber Photographer


Amber Johnson is a native Australian with a background in fine arts who likes her photos to be spontaneous and playful. Having shot for a number of magazines and calendars, she creates wedding images that show an editorial talent. She delights in creating unique albums, which are included with some packages. Price upon request.

Andreas Rentsch

146 W. 29th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Studio 11W; 646-942-8551;

Swiss-born Rentsch has 25 years of experience. His informal photographic style captures all kinds of decisive moments-the formal tableaus, bursts of emotion, and other chance events that make each wedding unique. Prices begin at $2,950 and include up to ten hours with Rentsch and another photographer, plus proofs, and a CD.

André Maier Photography


With a photojournalistic approach to weddings, Maier aims to capture the beauty of unguarded moments. With a keen eye for the extraordinary, he thrives on drama and spectacle. Maier speaks French, German, Spanish, and English. For $8,000 he will shoot for the whole day, with unlimited time and number of images, and hand over the original negatives. Internet sharing is available.

Anja Hitzenberger


A wedding specialist, Hitzenberger excels at photographing intricate ceremonies and nontraditional weddings inconspicuously, for images that capture movement and spontaneity. She will also set up an online photo gallery where clients can view and order prints. From $4,500.

Anthony Vazquez


NYU grad Vazquez has created an innovative style fusing the worlds of fashion, photojournalism, and traditional photographic techniques. Leaning towards the dramatic, Vazquez’s end product is far from conventional wedding work. Prices upon request.

Arbor & Ivy Photography

126 Siwanoy Blvd., nr. North Rd., Eastchester, N.Y.; 914-337-1179;

For a more than a decade, Joseph Pregiato has blended photojournalism and portraiture, attracting loyal clientele who benefit from his unlimited camera time. Many of his clients are brides sent to him by their sisters, cousins, or friends. Packages start at $2,500, which includes unlimited time, unlimited images, and free online proofing.

Autumn Lin Photography 917-939-4899;

Lin cut her teeth in photo documentary by shooting events in the United Nations. She uses those photojournalistic skills to capture a wedding’s details and distinctive moments. Packages start at $4,800 for Lin, $3,500 for an associate, and include eight hours of shooting, a DVD, a proof album, and online proofs.

Barnaby Draper Studios

199 Lafayette St., nr. Broome St., Ste. 4A1; 212-505-3535;

The talented London-born Draper spends most of his time in New York; the rest of the year he’s jetting from one destination wedding to another. Clients fly him all over-from Virginia to the Bahamas, Atlanta to Monaco. His rate is $6,500 per day, plus travel; he usually books one year in advance. Couples often opt for the video package as well, which gives them film coverage of their special day

Belathée Photography


As modern as it is timeless, Belathée’s aesthetic combines a blend of fine art photojournalism and portraiture. Once the day is over, photographers Annabel Braithwaite and Dorothée Brand create a beautiful custom-edited, printed, and bound album. Destination wedding? The duo is bicoastal and available to travel anywhere. From $4,500.

Big Cake Photography

42 W. 24th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-600-4461;

Zoe Diamant Sherman and her associate photographers take pictures that capture subjects at their best. For $3,500 you will get eight hours with Sherman and an associate, an image preview, online image hosting, digital negatives, and a 100-image DVD slideshow.

Bill Fredericks Studio

214 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., fourteenth fl.; 212-268-2640;

IIn business since 1985, Bill Fredericks and his team of six photographers shoot as many as 200 weddings a year. Equipped with their own artisan black-and-white lab, they print their photos right in the studio. Package rates start at $3,950.

Brett Matthews Photography & Video

86 Mineola Ave., nr. Elm St., Roslyn Heights, N.Y.; 516-621-4242;

Started by Sheri Lamagna in 1993, the studio’s wedding shots have been published in Vanity Fair, the New York Times, and InStyle. Combining photojournalism with artistic flair, the photographers at Brett Matthews create unforgettable images-which can be put together in coffee-table book-like albums. From $4,000.

Brian Dorsey Studios

79 Reade St., nr. Church St., Studio 2C; 212-227-6772;

What sets Brian Dorsey and his team of award-winning photographers apart is that they’re so much fun to work with. They use their ability to make clients comfortable to capture moments that are real, rather than posed. Packages begin at $8,925 for couples lucky enough to find Dorsey available on their date (he typically books up to two years in advance), while full-service packages with his associates begin at $6,425. Destination rates are slightly higher.

Cappy Hotchkiss

41 Wyckoff St., nr. Smith St., Cobble Hill, Brooklyn; 718-596-6609;

An experienced photographer, Hotchkiss photographs weddings with clarity and style-her crisp shots display both a timeless elegance and a knack for capturing the unique feel of each occasion. From $5,000 for eight hours.

Casey Kelbaugh


A photographer for countless publications, including the New York Times, Financial Times, and Boston Globe, Kelbaugh enjoys shooting weddings because they offer a chance to capture meaningful, intimate moments. His portfolio shows an impressive array of lushly vibrant portraits. From $5,000 for the day.

Celeste Joye Photography

147 W. 4th St, at Sixth Ave., Ste. 1; 917-282-5325;

Wedding Photojournalist Association-award winner Joye was trained at New York’s International Center of Photography and has taught black-and-white photography at Parsons School of Design. The basic package ($5,000) includes eight hours, a second shooter, prints, and a high-resolution CD of images. She shoots in digital- and medium-format film and makes stunning coffee-table albums ($1,000 to $3,000).

Christian Oth Photography

307 Seventh Ave., nr. 28th St.; 212-634-7949;

Christian Oth and his team of photographers are sought out by the city’s top wedding planners and style-savvy brides. Oth and his associates’ photojournalistic skills, coupled with a modern sensibility, earned them a coveted spot on American Photo’s top-ten list of best wedding photographers in 2007. From $4,500.


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