The photographs taken at your wedding are what keeps the memories of the day alive. When you look back on your special wedding day, it is the pictures and the videos that help refresh the feelings that you had and the joy you shared. Choosing a photographer is an important decision. Click on any of the links below for Adirondack Area Photographers.
Photo Phrame has been a Father & Son team based out of Albany, NY since 2000. We believe it's the experience you have when you are with us that turns your great moments into stunning images. Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga. Lake Placid, NYC
McLaughlin Photography's elegant works will beautifully frame your memories for the rest of your life...
Dave Bigler and his talented, quirky, and creative team of experienced photographers and videographers serve the Capital Region and the Adirondacks in Upstate NY.
Based in Upstate NY, Jason Hupe Photography specializes in high-quality wedding photos, elopements, and portrait sessions in a variety of locations. Jason Hupe services the Adirondacks, Lake George, Saratoga Springs, the Catskills, Vermont, and more.
Schwarz ProFoto can capture your vision of a beautiful, elegant and fun wedding through their professional and personalized photography.
Whether it be the most intricate detail, that special kiss, that candid moment, or that classic portrait, Mark will capture your day with story telling images you will cherish for the rest of your lives together!
Jim & Ellen have been providing music entertainment and photography services for over 15 years. They are the first husband and wife wedding team in the capital district providing multiple services for weddings.
I combine traditional photographic techniques and state-of-the-art technology with an engaging light hearted attitude to create your wedding story.
Have two people dedicated to superior photographic storytelling document the start of your long and happy life together. To keep your cost down, our packages are fine tuned to your specific needs, so you'll never have to buy something you don't want.