Hérault Wedding Photographers

Wedding Photographers of Hérault, Occitanie

Béziers, Sète, Lunel, Frontignan

Find the top wedding photographers in Hérault, France. Compare rates, browse winning images, read letters from past clients (reviews), check over their biographies and contact our Occitanie Wedding Photojournalist Association members directly.

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Hérault Couples

4 Documentary Wedding Photographers...

WPJA Trophy William Lambelet Wedding Photographer for France and Occitanie

William is a French Wedding Photographer. He attaches great value to human relationships. Year by year he has developed is own style. 
His goal is to create strong and composed pictures in capturing small moments a lot of people doesn’t see. He likes to integrate on his pictures a lot of details which reflect the mood of the day. "Photographer of the Year" by WPJA in 2017 [Montpellier Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2100 (EUR)
Kerry Morgan is a wedding photographer in the Occitanie region of France.

I was voted as one of the best wedding photographers in London by the Evening Standard. I have shot over 1500 weddings in my career, so a I have a huge amount of experience. I am now based in the South of France. My style is very much a mixture of documentary photography and some beautifully arranged groups & portraits. The aim is to give you both but to make sure that the groups and portraits don’t take ages, so you can make the most of your day. I choose gentle direction as opposed to anything cheesy. My Book "A Guide to Wedding Photojournalism" is an Amazon Best-Seller. Read my 5 star Google Review to get an insight of what my previous clients thought. [Hérault Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1850 (GBP)
Hérault Wedding Photographer Estelle Chhor, of Occitanie, France
Starting Price:
1750 (EUR)
Occitanie France wedding photographer Catherine Hudson

Hi, I am Catherine, a Franco-British photographer, based in the French Pyrénées. Self-taught, passionate about photography for many years, I have specialised in lifestyle wedding photography. I value family, art, mountain hiking and capturing timeless moments. When I photograph weddings, my most sincere wish is to find the connections between you and the people around you and capture the unforgettable moments and the others more fleeting, some that you will have lived in person, others not ... so that you can relive them anywhere and at any time ... I have lived in many countries and photographed unique weddings, some from the same culture, others intercultural, different types of ceremonies, different environments and locations. Cultures are different, people are different - and there’s so much you can do for your wedding, so many possibilities! Let me photograph your wedding that reflects YOU and tell your own story. It is about your love - and it should speak of that love. It is about the obvious moments of the day but also about small details & subtle gestures. [Pyrenees-Orientales Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
1300 (EUR)
WPJA Communiqué: Features
Photo of the Bride & Groom living in their own little world just moments after the ceremony | Romantic Wedding Photos
The first time you envisioned your wedding, you probably didn’t see a long list of details to attend to, decisions to be made or negotiations to be undertaken. Surely, your vision involved you and your partner. It was filled with tenderness, sweet melodies, pure bliss…and romance. After all, a wedding is romantic—the consummation of your everlasting love. A skilled wedding photojournalist knows how to anticipate and capture situations that convey those special feelings. When the day is over,...Read more
Wedding Photojournalism - Groomsmen take a car to a mechanic to change a tire in this photo taken by an award-winning wedding photojournalist.
Many WPJA members can trace their roots to the news profession in some way, having shot everything from small-town stories to significant historical events that have led to Pulitzer Prizes. Likewise, many have felt the adrenaline rush that news photojournalists get from bagging the winning touchdown catch, documenting heart-wrenching tragedies and being on the front lines of history. There’s also the gratification of getting published with a byline in a major publication, and the mass-...Read more
Pictures of the Bridal party celebrating while riding from the ceremony to the reception on a party bus.
Weddings are a time to honor tradition, commitment and family. But as any wedding photojournalist knows, they’re also a great time for people to come together and cut loose. To capture all those spontaneous moments that will be talked about for years to come, a wedding photographer needs a quick eye and a good camera—oh, and a sense of humor doesn’t hurt either. With these tools in hand, your guests are guaranteed a chance to relive the day in all its uninhibited glory.Read more
Wedding Photography of Parents - ceremony image showing the handover by the father of the bride to the groom
In the 1950 classic film Father of the Bride , George, played by Spenser Tracy, watches his daughter Annie, played by Elizabeth Taylor, take her wedding vows and says to himself, “I realized at that moment that I was never going to come home again and see Annie at the top of the stairs. Never going to see her again at our breakfast table in her nightgown and socks...Annie was all grown up and leaving us, and something inside began to hurt.” The scene may be fiction, but the emotion behind it is...Read more
A woman holds a little girl's hand while the bride kneels down and smiles at her before the ceremony in this wedding photo | Children photography at weddings.
The start of the great divide between the sexes can be witnessed a lot earlier in life than most believe. Girls and boys participating in weddings around the world demonstrate this time and time again. Frequently, little girls will relish the opportunity to dress up in their finest, while the boys do so begrudgingly, kicking and screaming all the way to the altar, so to speak. However, it doesn’t take long before that divide is bridged, and children are children again, with neither girls nor...Read more
Photo of the Bride & Groom with the guests caught in the rain running for cover.
You will be told some traditions — Hindu, Maltese — consider rain a good omen on a wedding day. You will be told a wet knot is harder to untie. You may — correctly — think that if the two of you can face the day's elements with aplomb and grace, you're more likely to face life's challenges with strength and flexibility. The truth is, you can plan for the possibility of rain on your wedding day . (If it's an outdoor wedding and depending on the climate, in...Read more