Tokyo Wedding Photographers
If you choose one of our WPJA Tokyo 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 Tokyo 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.
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Japan Yen37 Frames Photography: Tracey Taylor
Multi award-winning Tracey Taylor is one of the creative forces behind 37 Frames Photography. Based in fabulous Tokyo for 15 years, this Australian photojournalist loves telling life’s most beautiful stories. Tracey's work focuses on narratives, tempered with light, abundant...Read more
US DollarsAntero Latorre
Spain 1978 His interest for visual arts began when he was 15 years old. He started playing around with a camera that his parents had at home, and he spent many hours exploring photography. Eventually, he decided to go to the Visual Arts School of Vitoria. There, he...Read more
US DollarsMasato Kubo
Masato Kubo is a Japanese wedding photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. He started his photography career as a freelance photojournalist documenting conflicts and environmental issues in the world for Japanese magazines. With 5 years background as a photojournalist, he converted...Read more
EurosMoreThanWords Photodesign: Juliana Wiklund
My interest for getting to experience and learn with different cultures was the beginning of a life as a photographer. From selling pictures to surfers at the beach while attending Graphic Design/Photography College to being an internationally awarded life-style wedding...Read more
WPJA Tokyo Photographers Will Travel To:
Akiruno • Akishima • Chōfu • Fuchū • Fussa • Hachiōji • Hamura • Higashikurume • Higashimurayama • Higashiyamato • Hino • Inagi • Kiyose • Kodaira • Koganei • Kokubunji • Komae • Kunitachi • Machida • Mitaka • Mizuho • Musashimurayama • Musashino • Nishitōkyō • Ōme • Tachikawa • Tama • Tōkyō