If you choose one of our WPJA Baja California wedding photojournalists as your wedding photographer, please let them know you found them through the Wedding Photojournalist Association.
The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Baja California wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.
Hello! I'm Dennis; An Italian documentary wedding photographer living in México since 2005. I'm based in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. Always willing and ready to travel around the world. I truly love photography, and being able to capture your true essence with a camera is one of the things I most enjoy!
I fell in love with photography when I was 14. The process of developing film; cracking open a film canister in total darkness and then unwinding it out of cold stainless steel holders with wet hands, examining negatives through window light- was absolute magic.
Rick Collins is a fine-art documentary photographer specializing in wedding and portrait work at home and internationally. His style relies on the use of landscape and natural beauty. Rick uses his 20-year career as a photojournalist as the backbone to producing both stunning portraits and emotional moments.
Adam and I just want to tell you that we absolutely love the pics! You did an amazing job. We got home late Friday night and our friends gave us a huge reception with about 400 people. It was really special because we had a...
Who are you? Where do you come from? and can I put you in my pocket and carry you with me everywhere I go? The pictures are - - - I don't think there is a word in the English language to describe what they mean to me. To...
Getting Married in Baja California
The Baja/Pacific Coast region of Mexico has two main portions; Baja California Sur in the south and Baja California Norte in the north, just south of the state of California. Many couples today are choosing to have their weddings in destinations like the Baja region of Mexico because of its beautiful scenery and picturesque locations that help to make wedding celebrations unforgettable. In the south, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are very appealing wedding destinations. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes and filled with hotels and resorts, these areas are stunning locations for weddings and honeymoons.
Couples will enjoy the privilege of having their wedding photographs taken amidst a landscape of blue waters, sandy beaches and incredible weather. The beaches on the Baja Peninsula are a favorite for surfers and the sea around Los Cabos offers some of the best known sea fishing opportunities. The state capital of La Paz is a bustling city with beautiful colonial structures. Other beautiful destinations in this region include the Coronado, Carmen, Catalana Islands and the Bay of Concepcion. With white sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and blue waters, your wedding photojournalist will be delighted to shoot your wedding pictures with creativity and style.
In the northern portion of Baja, many destinations are popular for couples like Tijuana, Ensenada, Rosarito, Tecate and Mexicali. In these areas you will find a variety of getaways and scenic locations to host your wedding festivities. Here you will have a grand assortment of great resorts, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and night life attractions to choose from. Couples who choose to drive along the coastline from Tijuana to Rosarito Beach and Ensenada will find magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and even possible locations to have wedding pictures taken. You will certainly find in Baja, an endless selection of destinations for your memorable wedding.
WPJA Baja California Photographers will travel to:
Ampliación Ejido Plan Libertador • Bahía de los Angeles • Calmallí (Villa Jesús María) • Camalú • Cerro Bola • Cerro Jaramillo • Chapultepec • Ciudad Morelos • Colonia Santa Anita • Ejido Morelos • Ejido Nueva Colonia Hindú • El Marmol • El Porvenir • El Refugio • El Rosario • El Sauzal • Ensenada, municipal seat (Spanish: cabecera municipal) • Eréndira • Francisco Zarco (Guadalupe) • Guadalupe Victoria • Isla de Cedros • La Joya • La Misión • La Rumorosa • Lomas de Santa Anita • Los Algodones • Maneadero (with subdelegación Esteban Cantú) • Matamoros Jaramillo • Mexicali • Ojos Negros • Playas de Rosarito • Pórtico de San Antonio • Primo Tapia • Puertecitos • Punta Colonet • Punta Prieta • Real del Castillo • San Antonio de las Minas • San Antonio del Mar • San Felipe • San Quintín • Santo Tomás • Tecate • Terrazas del Valle • Tijuana • Valle de la Trinidad • Valle de Las Palmas