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Click Photo Company

20 W. 64th St., nr. Broadway; 212-724-4100; clickphotoco.com In business since 1995, owner and principal photographer Franc Natale heads up a team of six photographers based in New York and Toronto. Specializing in an editorial documentary style, they shoot as many as 80 weddings a year for New York customers; half are destination weddings. Package rates start at $4,500.

Daniel Coyle Photography

5310 City Pl., Edgewater, N.Y.; 800-605-6646; danielcoylephotography.com

Coyle’s NYC-based studio will shoot anywhere in the world, documenting the wedding day with digital, medium format, true panoramic, and 35-mm film. Manhattan weddings start at $5,500, including ten hours, a second shooter, digital film negatives, Internet sharing, and all travel expenses.

Dan Loh Photography

212-765-5904; danlohphotography@gmail.com; danloh.com

A Pulitzer Prize-recipient and former Associated Press photographer, Loh excels at capturing impromptu wedding-day moments. With more than fifteen years of experience as a photojournalist, Loh prefers to shoot digital and brings his laptop computer to ensure blink-free portraits. From $3,900.

Daphne Borowski Photography

146 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 11W; 212-643-3210; daphneborowski.com

From the Hamptons to Newport, beaches are a favorite backdrop for this photographer (she even has a studio in Nantucket); her work captures seaside celebrations in sepia-toned prints that look timeless. From $5,000.

Dave Robbins

718-551-5259; daverobbinsphotography.com

Dave Robbins, a veteran Brooklyn photographer, sees beauty in things others might overlook-from the curious and funny to the off-kilter-which comes through in his imaginative photographs. His unique personality gives his work unexpected depth instead of the staid, clichéd images that are so widely available. From $7,000.

David Willems

212-243-1082; davidwillems.com

Willems’s specialty is panoramic pictures that capture both the guests and the landscape of a wedding. A full day of photography costs $5,000; albums-laid out by Willems himself-are priced from $1,000 and $3,000.

A Day of Bliss

146 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 11W; 212-724-1790 ; adayofbliss.com

Couples shouldn’t be surprised if their photos from A Day of Bliss have a high-fashion sensibility-photographer Wolfgang Freithof has shot Claudia Schiffer, Iman, and Naomi Campbell for magazines such as Vogue. Freithof specializes in destination weddings; he’s traveled as far as Europe and Asia, and shot actor Robert Duvall’s nuptials in Buenos Aires. Prices start at $3,250.

DiScalfani Photography

235 Bond St., nr. Douglass St., Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn; 718-858-2238; discalfani.com

Robert DiScalfani’s classic but spirited wedding photographs come from a combination of his fashion photography, fine-art background, and photojournalistic style. DiScalfani’s prices start at $4,500 for eight hours of shooting, two assistants, and online proofs. His flexible style of pricing allows for clients to create their own custom packages to suit their respective budgets.

Edward Keating

425 Riverside Dr., near 115th St., Apt. 8A; 646-239-2973; edwardkeatingweddings.com

The résumé of this Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer includes seven years of shooting for the New York Times’ "Vows" column. His high-profile clients have included author Molly Jong-Fast (Erica Jong’s daughter), chef Bobby Flay, and actress Lorraine Bracco. Destination weddings are no problem-he has shot in Ireland, India, and Italy. Prices start at $5,000.

Elan Photojournalists

888-800-3526; elandocumentary.com

Each of Elan’s New York-based photographers-Sabine Scherer, Mel Barlow, Shane Carpenter, and Roey Yohai-has a taste for some aspect of wedding imagery; be it saturated color, classical symmetry, quiet moments, or the grandeur of the location. Prices for eight to ten hours of shooting start at $7,500 for lead shooters, $3,500 for associates, and include web hosting and images on DVD.

Erik Ekroth

212-962-2858; erikekroth.com

Ekroth’s photography will capture the spectrum of scenes and settings of a wedding-candid portraits, sweeping landscapes, sparkling interiors, and elegant formal photos. Day rates start at $4,800.

Erik Freeland

646-942-7099; erikfreelandweddings.com

Freeland honed the documentary style he uses to reveal emotional moments at weddings as a photojournalist. He previously worked for Time, the New York Times, and Newsweek; as photographer for U.S. News & World Report in the nineties, he frequently traveled with Bill Clinton. From $3,000, including digital photos, a DVD, and a website.

Eva Dahl Photography

917-449-2460; evadahl.com

Eva Dahl’s candid photographs find beauty in the unusual-a sensibility she refined while working for Martha Stewart Weddings, Swedish Elle, and the Fader. Dahl will shoot for eight hours with an assistant ($4,500; an additional photographer is $500). Her fee also includes negatives, 750 images, proofs, and a DVD.

Fadi Kheir Photography

212-795-1473; fadikheir.com

Award-winning photographer Kheir has shot the weddings of countless art directors and even a few rock stars, who love his reportage style. Focusing on candid shots that capture the emotions of the day, Kheir will also create made-to-order albums. Packages start at $4,250 for an eight-hour day and include a custom website where guests can view slideshows, send pictures, and order prints.

Farnaz K Studio

430 E. 14th St., nr. First Ave.; 212-529-5390; farnazk.com/bridal

Farnaz K, a fashion photographer for over ten years whose work has appeared in Elle and Vogue, ventured into wedding photography because it interested her as an outlet for creative expression. Her stylized portraits of brides draw heavily on fashion technique and imagery. From $4,000, including a full day’s coverage and a lighting assistant.

5 West Studios

303 Fifth Ave., at 31st St., Ste. 1811; 212-956-0077; 5weststudios.com

Spencer Lum and 5 West Studios can turn a ¬wedding-day story into a string of photos that will put the average coffee-table book to shame. Lum, who’s been shooting weddings for five years, offers full-day coverage and credit toward an album, starting at $4,000. 5 West can also provide day-of videography, DVDs, and raw footage ($3,400 and up).

4 Eyes Photography

48 W. 21st St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-414-8757; 4eyesphotography.com

Kellie Walsh and Rupert Rogers of 4 Eyes- wedding and fashion photographers who shoot as a team-have won several awards for their work. Specializing in imagery they describe as "timeless, romantic, and stylish," they take care to capture the spontaneous moments that make each wedding day unique. They are available for travel worldwide. From $4,000.

Fred Marcus Photography & Videography

245 W. 72nd St., nr. West End Ave.; 212-873-5588; fredmarcus.com

Billy Baldwin, Donald Trump, and Eddie Murphy are a few of Andy and Brian Marcus’s high-profile clients. In business for more than 64 years, Fred Marcus has one of the best reputations among those who appreciate a formal and traditional style. Rates start at $3,500.

Greg Kessler Photography

72–15 37th Ave., nr. 73rd St., Ste. 4G, Jackson Heights 718-726-8315; gregkesslerweddings.com

Kessler made his name in the music industry taking pictures of acts like Phish, Dave Matthews Band, and Béla Fleck and the Flecktones. Shooting weddings for the past seven years, he is always present but never intrusive, and excels at capturing quirky, intimate moments. Prices start at $4,600 and include ten hours, an assistant shooter, online galleries, and a proof book.

Gina Renzi Photography

646-717-3965; ginarenziphotography.com

As a team, Gina Renzi and Jude Hawkens are a match made in wedding-photography heaven. Her training as a painter and illustrator, and his work in documentary film and photography (along with fourteen years of experience), guides them as they capture each important moment of the event. Prices begin at $7,500.

Gramercy Park Photo

60 Gramercy Park N., nr. 21st St., Ste. 9H; 212-989-2345; gramercyparkphoto.com

Ira Fox has a knack for capturing charming and candid moments-evidenced in the hundreds of weddings, events, and portraits he has shot. For a decade, his narrative photography has showcased the drama, emotion, and humor of each event. From $4,200.

Gruber Photographers

315 W. 57th St., nr. Eighth Ave., Ste. 18C; 212-262-9777; gruberphotographers.com

Many brides consider the work of Terry deRoy Gruber, celebrity and party photographer, to be the crème de la crème of wedding photography and can’t imagine getting married without him. His reputation and experienced staff of six are widely coveted. From $4,000.

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