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The Brenizers


Tatiana Breslow, who has received awards from Brides magazine and The Knot, and husband Ryan Brenizer have shot over 1,000 weddings between them: intimate backyard affairs, big-city bashes, and extravagant Moroccan-casbah blowouts. You can expect elegant portraiture and unexpected details. Prices upon request.

Brett Matthews Photography

224 Fifth Ave., nr. 27th St., second fl.; 212-337-0111;

Known for classic elegance with an artistic flair, the photographers at this studio produce timeless and stylish images. They’ve worked with top wedding planners around the world. Fine-art albums also available. Package rates start at $6,500.

Brian Dorsey Studios

291 Seventh Ave., nr. 27th St., fourth fl.; 212-227-6772;

This in-demand photographer was named one of the world’s top-ten wedding photographers by American Photo, and associate Ron Antonelli recently received the same honor. In short, they’re good. Packages begin at $14,925 for Dorsey; full-service packages with his associates begin at $6,425. Dorsey and his team are also available for destination weddings.

Brian Hatton Photography


Hatton has shot musicians at venues including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, but weddings are his passion. He captures the vibrancy of every moment in a documentary style and presents the resulting images in a handmade album. Prices start at $4,500 and include prints made in-house.

Brklyn View Photography


Hip, young Brooklyn types adore Jainé M. Kershner’s clean, bright photos that convey the inherent fun of a wedding day. She shoots film and digital, with an eye toward romance and natural beauty. Packages start at $5,500, including eight hours of coverage, two photographers, and an online gallery.

Brookelyn Photography


Brooke Fitts has shot all types of brides and grooms, from ultrapreppy to heavily tattooed. She has a knack for snapping fun moments, such as loafer-sporting groomsmen perched on bar stools and a wedding vow written on an iPhone. From $5,000.

Cappy Hotchkiss Photography


Hotchkiss’s saturated and grained color and black-and-white prints have a vintage-photo feel, ideal for nostalgia-loving couples. She loves working with downtown, artistic types and will travel anywhere in the world. From $6,000.

Carey MacArthur

MacArthur likens herself to a documentarian, preferring naturalistic stylings and unposed imagery. She is adept at capturing tiny moments, like the tears in the eyes of a groom or an ecstatic dance move. Packages start at $3800, and include a custom- designed online gallery.

Caroline Frost Photography


Frost, who describes her work as “natural, romantic, timeless, and bright,” limits herself to 20 couples a year, ensuring that everyone feels and looks taken care of on their individual big days. Coverage starts at $7,500, and add-ons such as fine-art albums are also available.

Casey Fatchett Photography

1123 Broadway, nr. 25th St.; 212-875-7599;

Fatchett captures authentic, natural images that reflect his clients’ personalities and the genuine emotions of their wedding days. He prefers the spontaneous to the posed and was voted one of the top-ten wedding photographers in the United States by the Wedding Industry Experts Awards. Full-day coverage starts at $3,900. (good value)

Casey Kelbaugh Photography


A photographer who has shot for publications like the New York Times, Vogue, and Time, Kelbaugh enjoys shooting weddings because they allow him to do what he loves: tell visual stories about people through a series of photos. From $3,500.

Cassi Claire


This bubbly photographer takes an anti-studio, ultrahuman approach to weddings: She shoots only 15 each year so that she can give tons of attention to each couple. Her insatiable energy comes through in her bright, cheery photos. Packages start at $6,500 and include eight hours of coverage, two photographers, and an online gallery.

Catherine Leonard Photography

115 W. 29th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 1103; 800-292-3092;

Leonard is a portrait master who shoots brides as she would supermodels. Her boutique studio can create coffee-table albums, fine-art prints, and canvas prints. Packages from $3,600; destination-wedding coverage is also available. (good value)

Cava Weddings


With work published on the covers of bridal magazines, Varela combines fashion, beauty, and fine-art elements to depict the bride at her most glamorous. Prices start at $7,000.

Charlie Juliet Photography

123 E. 88th St., nr. Lexington Ave., Ste. 5C; 347-921-1874;

CJ Isaac specializes in combining portraiture with photojournalism, capturing both composed wedding-day shots and genuine moments, such as a bride and groom strolling through the West Village surrounded by a flurry of flower petals. Packages begin at $6,000 and include the digital files.

Charlotte Jenks Lewis Photography


Lewis, who shoots in film and digital, has been published in Town & Country Weddings, Marie Claire, and Martha Stewart Weddings. She sometimes shoots with an antique Rolleiflex camera that produces dreamlike images. Packages from $6,700 to $12,000.

Chellise Michael Photography

49 Bogart St., nr. Siegel St., Ste. 33, Bushwick; 917-974-5129;

Creative couples love working with husband-and- wife team Chellise and Michael. They offer a free two-hour engagement session so they can get to know each couple before the wedding day. They also do destination weddings. Packages range from $3,500 to $6,000. (good value)

Christian Oth Studio

147 W. 25th St., nr. Sixth Ave., ninth fl.; 212-634-7949;

Oth and his team of photographers are sought out by the city’s top wedding planners and style-savvy brides. Their fashion-forward approach has made them a regular presence at society weddings around the world, so much so that they book over a full year in advance. Prices upon request.

Christopher Duggan Photography

850 Seventh Ave., nr. 55th St., Ste. 1002; 347-762-3849;

Duggan has photographed more than 300 couples in ceremonies the world over, from Manhattan to Nigeria. A well-respected dance photographer, he has a knack for capturing fleeting moments. Photos by Christopher (including an album) starts at $6,600; wedding films start at $4,250; photos by associates start at $3,950.

Christopher Lane Photography

159 Second St., Jersey City, N.J.; 917-548-1569;

Lane has worked with The New York Times Magazine and The Guardian, and his editorial experience translates to crisp, clean documentary photography. Packages start at $3,500 and include ten hours of coverage and two shooters.

Clark+Walker Studio


Helmed by married couple Alisha Clark and Luke Walker, this studio covers both photography and videography and has done shoots all around the world. They have a talent for snapping the elusive perfect sunset shots no matter where they are. Packages start at $5,000 and include a leather-bound album.

Clean Plate Pictures


A former Wall Street Journal photo editor, Erica Beckman snaps playful, off-center images, such as a jump shot of groomsmen surrounding a kneeling groom or a guest petting a dog-shaped garden decoration. Packages include at least seven hours of coverage, two photographers, and an online slideshow. From $3,995. (good value)

Cly By Matthew

594 Broadway, nr. Houston St., Ste. 305; 347-382-6600;

Based in the heart of Soho (and with hundreds of weddings under his belt) pro photographer Matthew Lee aims to capture the small things—a groomsman organizing ceremony programs, a bride reapplying lipstick—that tell the story of a couple’s big day. Prices upon request.

Cody Raisig Photography


Use of soft light and powerful composition characterize Raisig’s work. He spent years traveling and directing photo shoots for editorials and now focuses his lens on weddings. Prices upon request.

Corey Torpie Photography


Photojournalist Torpie always strives to tell a story with her images and never places a time limit on wedding packages. Each year, she does one pro bono wedding for a couple working to help their community—teachers, social workers, and the like. Unlimited coverage starts at $4,000 but à la carte options are also available. (good value)

Craig Paulson Photography

41 Union Sq. W., nr. Broadway, Ste. 1427; 646-736-2605;

Paulson and his team are pros at capturing movement, fleeting moments, and “the best pictures you have ever seen of yourself.” From $10,000 for Paulson and $4,000 to $5,500 for an associate.

Craig Warga Weddings


Warga is an award-winning photojournalist who approaches weddings with an eye for real moments and tangible emotion. Full-day packages from $5,999, including a second shooter.

Cyrience Creative Studios


“Live the story you want to tell” is the adage behind the photography direction at Cyrience. With a finely honed editorial approach derived from her background in design, Jennifer Cyr combines heartfelt candids and stylized detail shots for collections that perfectly capture her couples’ distinct personalities. Prices start at $4,250.

Dan Loh Photography


Loh, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his work as a photographer for the Associated Press, is gifted at capturing rare or impromptu moments. With more than 15 years of experience as a photojournalist, he prefers to shoot digitally but can work with film as well. Packages from $3,000.

Dave Robbins Photography


Robbins, a veteran Brooklyn photographer, is a favorite among couples who want a little humor infused into their wedding photos. He sees beauty in the off-kilter things others might overlook. One choice example features a glamorous couple making out in Chinatown while cigarette-smoking restaurant workers look on. Another involves a bride arriving by boat, accompanied by someone in a gorilla suit. From $8,500 for Robbins; $5,000 for an associate.

David Willems Photography


Willems’s specialty is gorgeous panoramic pictures that capture both the wedding guests and landscapes. A full day of photography costs $5,500; albums laid out by Willems himself are priced from $1,000 to $3,000.

Debra Trebitz Photography


With more than 20 years of experience, Trebitz is a pro at capturing events as they naturally unfold and documenting every aspect of a wedding, from start to finish. Her work has appeared in Town & Country, Vera Wang on Weddings, and Vogue. Packages include a CD and online gallery and range in price from $3,500 to $5,000. (good value)

Delconte Photgraphy


Cynthia Delconte brings years of experience as a portrait photographer to capture easy-to-miss moments at both rustic upstate and city celebrations. Her full-service studio can produce classic black-and-white or color portraits and wedding albums or digital or film. Packages, with engagement shoots and prints, from $4,500.

Dirty Sugar


While some photographers like to assume a fly-on-the-wall role, Dirty Sugar stirs up mischief with its up-close-and-personal style. To maximize the fun, you can hire up to four photographers at the same time to produce a vivid montage of memorable wedding moments. From $345 per hour, per photographer. Photo booths start at $1,800. Videography is also available. (good value)

Èlan Artists


Èlan Artists is a cooperative of photojournalists, cinematographers, musicians, and film artists with backgrounds in fashion, documentary, and the fine arts. Their artistic techniques will reflect your event through intimate realism, and each image tells a story. Prices upon request.

Emma Cleary


A perfectionist involved in everything from the consultation to retouching, Cleary comes equipped with a team of associates and videographers to capture every moment. Her experience in fashion editorial and photojournalism means her photos have an elevated documentary look. Packages start from $3,800.