Wedding Photographer Memphis TN

See below to find local wedding photographer in Memphis that give access to wedding coverage, wedding photo ideas, wedding photography techniques, wedding photography packages, custom wedding albums, and wedding photo reprints, as well as advice and content on posed wedding photos and photojournalistic techniques.

TNT Photography
(901) 323-8810
3540 Summer Avenue
Memphis, TN

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Sam's Video Production
(901) 458-4333
2746 Bartlett Blvd
Memphis, TN

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Photography by Dorothy
(901) 759-9422
Cordova, TN

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Photiq Wedding and Portrait Photography
(901) 497-8475
8387 Meadow Run Cove
Germantown, TN
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Amanda L. Logan Photography
(615) 591-1608
Thompsons Station, TN

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Sharp Photography
(901) 385-7010
Bartlett, TN

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McCurdy's Wedding Photography
(901) 406-7944
P.O. Box 280614
Memphis, TN

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Pam Wurth Photography
(901) 624-2216
8740 Browns Ford Cove
Cordova, TN

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A Bride's Storey Photography
(615) 895-8359
611 North Maple Street
Murfreesboro, TN
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Burlingame Photography
(615) 481-6471
Old Hickory, TN

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Wedding Photography Checklist

To get the best photos for your wedding album, provide your wedding photographer with a checklist of people and backdrops to capture throughout the wedding ceremony and reception. Toget you started, here are some wedding planning photo ops to incorporate on your wedding photography checklist include:

Before the wedding ceremony:

  • Bride arriving at ceremony site
  • Groom arriving at ceremony site
  • Bride getting dressed with the help of an attendant
  • Groom chatting with groomsmen
  • Bride having her makeup applied
  • Bride with mother
  • Bride prepping for the walk down the aisle

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During the wedding ceremony:

  • Groom and best man near the wedding officiator
  • Parent’s/grandparents being escorted to their seats
  • Bridesmaids/groomsmen walking down the aisle
  • Bride walking down the aisle with father
  • Bride hugging father
  • Groom hugging bride’s father
  • Exchanging of vows/rings
  • Bride and groom embracing with a kiss
  • Bride and groom walking down the aisle together

Posed pictures (some shots can be taken before wedding ceremony or immediately after):

  • Bride in wedding dress
  • Bride with bridesmaids or attendants
  • Bride and maid of honor
  • Bride with groomsmen
  • Bride with both sets of parents (together and individually with wedding photographer )
  • Groom
  • Groom with groomsmen
  • Groom with best man
  • Groom with bridesmaids
  • Groom with both sets of parents (together and individually)
  • Bride and groom
  • Bride and groom with wedding party
  • Bride and groom with both sets of parents (together and individually)
  • Bride and groom with both families

During the wedding reception:

  • Bride and groom’s entrance
  • Wedding party at the head table
  • Panned view of guests at tables
  • Best man toasting bride and groom
  • Additional toasts to the bride and groom
  • Bride dancing with her father
  • Bride and groom’s first dance
  • Guests dancing
  • Bride and groom walking around, greeting g...

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Wedding Photography: The Engagement Photo Session

Engagement Session
One wedding photography trend that’s gaining popularity is the engagement session. There are a number of reasons for taking advantage of an engagement photo session prior to your wedding. First, this type of photo session is the best opportunity for some great romantic and fun images you will enjoy for years to come.

Second, engagement photo sessions are a good way for you to get to know your photographer, and more importantly, for your photographer to get to know you. This is because a good photographer will use the knowledge of the engagement session to perfect the wedding day photos. For instance the photographer may realize the bride has a nervous habit or the groom has deep set eyes. By the time of the wedding day, the photographer will know tricks from the engagement session on how to loosen up the bride, or which camera angles to lighten up the grooms’ eyes.

After you and your groom have decided on the photographer to use for your engagement session, don't just prepare for the shoot by making the appointment. Prepare for the session like it is a very crucial part of the wedding expedience. Here are some helpful hints to get you ready for your day in front of the camera.

1. Wear solid colored clothing versus stripes, florals or logos. The object is for your faces to be the star of the show. When someone looks at your engagement photos you want them to see the love in your faces, not the unusual flower print.

2. Coordinating attire is a must. For example, if you are wearing light colored jeans do not put your groom in dark colored jeans. Plus, you should try to match your tops as much as possible.

3. If you are wearing a dress, your groom should wear a complimentary shirt or tie. Accessories are also a good way to let your personality shine through clothing.

4. Hair and makeup should be considered, but do not go overboard with product. Your hair and makeup should appear soft and natural for the camera.

5. If you have a ...

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Wedding Photography: What to Share with Your Professional Photographer

Wedding Photography: What to Share with Your Professional Photographer
Your wedding photographs are among the only things you will have left when your special day is over. Deciding between professional wedding photographers is very important and deserves careful attention. A photographer should be the first decision you make after choosing your ceremony and reception sites.

Professional wedding photographers come in many price ranges and styles. You should decide whether you like traditional, posed photography or photo journalistic-style photography. Once you know the style you like, look for photographers who specialize in these services. Before making appointments, check out their Website to get a feel for their online portfolio. That will give you a preview before visiting their studios.

When you go to interview the professional wedding photographers that you’ve narrowed down, pay attention not only to their work, but also to their personality. Keep in mind that they will be following you around all day on your wedding day. If they causes you stress, you will see it in your photographs. Ask if they are familiar with your ceremony and reception sites. If they are, does they have photographs from those locations that you can see?

Make sure you understand what is included in the wedding package. Some professional wedding photographers only include their time, while others include albums and enlargements. Once you hire your photographer, make sure to communicate with him. If you are being married in a place of worship,...

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