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Joel Greenberg & Wendy Stewart Photography

274 Water St., nr. Dover St., Ste. 4F; 212-285-0979; wedphotos.com

This duo ’s vivid portraits and joy-filled spontaneous shots have earned them rave reviews for 15 years. Packages (from $2,950) include wedding-day coverage with two photographers, an engagement-photo session, a set of 4 x 6 prints, web upload, and hi-res digital files. (good value)

Josephine Photography

609-306-4309; josephinephotography.com

Husband-and-wife Josephine Sittenfeld and Thad Russell (both RISD grads) have an artistic sensibility. For example, they’ll wait in a car’s backseat to capture a shot in the rearview mirror of newlyweds kissing. Focusing on portraits, they prefer to get to know the couple beforehand. Packages (from $4,750) include full-day wedding coverage, an online gallery, and digital files.

Joseph Lin Photography

347-724-6259; jlinphotography.com

Lin’s positive energy and quirky style allow his subjects to relax and have fun despite being in the spotlight. His work has been featured on Style Me Pretty, and he is often a go-to choice for wedding planners. From $7,000.

Joshua Brown

646-374-8688; joshuabrownphotography.com

Brown worked as an editorial photojournalist before taking up wedding photography full-time 17 years ago. He also specializes in wedding films. Basic photo or video packages, which include eight hours of coverage, begin at $3,500. (good value)

Joshua Zuckerman Photography

260 Marlborough Rd., nr. Beverley Rd., Prospect Park South; 212-228-7584; joshuazuckerman.com

Zuckerman’s background as an award-winning photojournalist translates to classic, spontaneous wedding photographs. He books a limited number of weddings each year, ensuring that he can work closely with each couple. From $4,900.

Joye Photography

917-282-5325; joyephotography.com

Wedding Photojournalist Association–award winner Celeste Joye was trained at the International Center of Photography and has taught black-and-white photography at Parsons School of Design. Preferring a variety, she shoots in both digital and medium-format film and makes memorable coffee-table albums. Packages from $5,500.

Judith Rae

917-363-9094; judithrae.com

Passionate about capturing the images that illuminate the beauty of life, relationships, and love, Rae combines fine art and photojournalism to document the details and moments of a wedding day. Engagement-photo shoots and destination-wedding coverage available. Prices upon request.

Julian Ribinik Photography

212-256-1646; julianribinik.com

Ribinik photographs from unexpected angles to capture memorable stills that emphasize the cityscape. He has covered weddings on multiple continents and been featured in Style Me Pretty. Packages, from $5,900, include two photographers, DVDs of digital negatives, and an online gallery.

Julie Skarratt Photography, Inc.

447 W. 18th St., nr. Tenth Ave., Ste. 3E; 212-877-2604; julieskarratt.com

The in-demand Skarratt, who has shot for InStyle and Vogue and at events like the Metropolitan Opera Gala, brings an editorial sensibility to her wedding photographs. She knows how to capture the energy of a New York wedding but does many destination events as well. Past clients have included Robert Downey Jr. and Jerry Seinfeld. From $10,000.

Karen Cunningham Photography

917-319-2288; karencunningham.com

Cunningham, who shoots “Vows” for the New York Times, draws on her background as a photojournalist to create documentary-style wedding pictures. Once hired, she spends time getting to know the couple. Prices start at $500 per hour and include a website and a flash drive. She also offers a two-hour City Hall package for $800. (good value)

Karen Hill Photography

646-688-3385; karenhill.com

Hill’s background is in fine-art photography (she’s a graduate of the Yale School of Art), and her pictures range from soft, subtle portraits to energetic action images. Couples adore the evocative candids she shoots in both film and digital. Prices upon request.

Karen Wise Photography

917-539-9908; karenwise.com

Wise, who has a B.F.A. from RISD, draws from her experience as a professional food and portrait photographer when capturing the beauty and elegance of scenery, formal dress, flowers, details, and menus. She favors magazine-quality, medium-format film because of its color and vibrancy. She was named one of American Photo’s top ten worldwide wedding photographers. Film and digital packages from $6,500.

Kathi Littwin Photography

88 Wyckoff St., nr. Smith St., Boerum Hill; 212-924-4205; kathilittwin.com

A fine artist turned wedding photographer, Littwin takes pictures with a particular style that pays homage to her roots. Proficient in scenic, still-life, and fashion photography, she creates cinematic images that recount every moment of the day, from the first dab of lipstick to the last good-night kiss. From $4,000; albums from $1,200.

Katie Osgood Photography

646-360-0384; katieosgood.com

Osgood brings a lighthearted vibe and artistic eye to wedding photography, preferring the humorous over the contrived. She takes full advantage of natural light, capturing the beauty of the setting as much as that of the characters involved. Packages start at $5,500 for Osgood and an associate shooter for eight hours, digital files, and a web gallery.

Keatings Wedding

646-239-2973; keatingweddings.com

This Pulitzer Prize winner co-created the New York Times’ “Vows” column and shot it for seven years. A black-and-white master, he has photographed hundreds of weddings over the years at destinations ranging from the Upper East Side to India. From $5,000.

Kella MacPhee Photojournalist

kellamacphee.com

MacPhee takes a candid, carefree approach to photography; her images capture the spontaneous and poignant feelings fueling each moment. She uses a variety of lenses, including a fish-eye. Packages start at $3,200 for eight hours with a hi-res CD, a portrait panel of the couple’s favorite shot, a book of 100 best-of shots, and online viewing. (good value)

Kelly Guenther Studio

347-683-1867; kellyguentherstudio.com

You’re in good hands with Guenther: She’s a Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist. Her team includes seasoned photographers who have shot for the New York Times and Rolling Stone. A full day with Guenther costs $6,800 (including a DVD, brag book, top 100 slideshow, and online gallery); the same package with one of her associates goes for $4,500. Proofs and handmade albums are available à la carte.

Kelly Williams Photographer

917-613-5260; kellywilliamsphotographer.com

Williams loves to shoot telling moments — such as the bridal party ditching their shoes before hitting the dance floor or a glance between the bride and groom from across a sea of admiring guests. She especially loves working with the kind of laid-back brides who are, for example, up for being photographed eating pizza pre-wedding. From $800 for two hours. (good value)

Kimberly Coccagnia

845-440-8256; kimberlycoccagnia.com

Coccagnia and her partner, Barry Donovan, take a documentary-style approach to weddings, snapping key moments as the day progresses. Expect candid nontraditional images, such as a bride eating an ice cream in Brooklyn Bridge Park on a sweltering day in June. From $4,000.

Kristine Foley Photography

419 Lafayette St., nr. 4th St., fourth fl.; 917-435-1406; kfoleyphotography.com

Foley uses her background in fine-art photography to document weddings as they unfold. With attention to lighting and composition, she creates images that stand on their own as works of art. From $3,800. (good value)

KSD Weddings

54 W. 40th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 917-396-0368;; ksdweddings.com

Tina Doshi and her team shoot only 50 weddings a year so they can get to know their subjects. They specialize in multicultural nuptials and seek out colorful shots, such as one of a bride cupping her wedding ring in her henna-tattooed palms. Cinematography services also available. From $4,000. (good value)

Laurie Rhodes

646-734-2591; laurierhodes.com

Award-winning photographer Rhodes specializes in artistic documentary photography and unstuffy portraiture. In a 15-year career, her work has been featured in glossies like Glamour and People. Albums and fine-art prints are available. Prices start at $3,300 for six hours of coverage; hi-res, color-corrected digital files; and an online gallery. (good value)

LDV Photography

718-578-8297; ldvphotography.com

Leslie dela Vega, who shifted her focus to weddings in 2009, takes a photojournalistic approach, finding candid moments large and small. Her easygoing approach makes clients feel comfortable, to the point where they sometimes forget she’s there. Packages start at $1,900 for four hours of coverage, one shooter, a flash drive with images, and an online photo gallery. (good value)

Les Loups

lesloupspicturesandsongs.com

Ro Agents and Kenan Juska are a husband-and-wife team offering couples a two-in-one package: Ro, a documentary and portrait photographer, shoots the wedding with an artistic eye (from $5,700), while Kenan, a radio DJ, keeps the dance floor packed (from $2,700). Whether hired together or separately, Ro and Kenan work closely with clients to ensure that the photos and music reflect each event’s vibe.

Leslie Hassler Studio

211 W. 20th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 7W; 212-645-7971; lesliehassler.com

A former Ford model, Hassler takes a personal approach by shooting only a handful of weddings each year. She collaborates with her husband, Miguel Goodbar, an Argentine photographer. Hassler’s work has appeared in Rolling Stone and on the cover of GQ. From $3,000 to $12,000. (good value)

Levi Stolove Photography

415-846-6409; levistolovephotography.com

Stolove, whose love affair with photography began at age 13, maintains a playful sensibility. He captures the warmth and passion between a couple by documenting small details and abstract angles. From $3,800. (good value)

Lev Kuperman Photography

917-828-4430; levkuperman.com

With every photo, Kuperman tells part of a larger story that recounts the entire wedding day. He offers a variety of collections with leather-bound albums, linen books, a photo booth, and engagement sessions. From $6,000 to $13,000.

Lilian Haidar Photography

52 Macdougal St., nr. King St., Ste. 4C; 212-260-0129; lilianhaidar.com

The widely published Haidar collaborates closely with her clients, building on their personal aesthetics to produce compelling narratives. She shoots weddings, as well as travel and lifestyle events, both nationally and internationally. From $5,000.

Lily Kesselman Photography

212-204-6518; lilykesselman.com

Former events planner Kesselman focuses on portraiture and is a member of the Green Business Network. Her lively photos are full of color and candid moments. Full-day packages include an online gallery, proofs, a DVD of images, and an engagement session. From $5,650 for Kesselman; from $3,850 for an associate. (ecofriendly)

Lisa NYC Pix

917-453-8203; lisanycpix.com

This contemporary artist, who has taught photog­raphy at Columbia’s School of the Arts, shoots nontraditional photos, such as a bride surrounded by men in Speedos on a New York street. Wedding packages start at $4,500.

Liz Ligon Photography

917-526-1631; lizligonphotography.com

With boundless energy and a love of people, Ligon will happily over-photograph the bride and groom, friends, and family — just like she would her own. She shoots with a partner, photographer Claudio Papapietro, who is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal. Working as a couple allows them to capture those moments that can often go unnoticed. Prices upon request.

Londin Photography

917-655-2832; londinphotography.com

Ian Londin is in demand for his magazine-worthy style — he’s a contributor to the New York Times and Elle. He often shoots in both digital and film. Packages start at $6,000 and include a DVD of hi-res files, an online gallery, and a proof book.

Loreto Caceres Photography

516-457-7559; loretocaceresphotography.com

Caceres loves working with natural light and capturing emotion in her images, such as a bride’s first glance at her gown in the mirror. Packages can include an heirloom album, proof prints, hi-res images on a USB, and thank-you cards. Six-hour coverage begins at $2,000. À la carte packages also available. (good value)

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