Oklahoma Wedding Photographers

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Wedding Photojournalists Serving Oklahoma

For the best photography on your big day, you’ll want a wedding photojournalist to take artful, beautiful pictures reflecting real emotions and moments, not contrived situations or posed performances. You also need a professional who can make your family and guests feel at ease. Meet the accredited member photographers of the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

1 Featured Photographers available for your wedding...

Devon  Meyers

Devon is a photojournalist with years of experience working for newspapers such as The Aspen Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The Malibu Times. He has won numerous Colorado Press Association Awards. He currently splits his...

Devon Meyers

Malibu in California, US
Starting Price:
3400 (USD)

Getting Married in Oklahoma

At one time the land of cowboys and Indians, Oklahoma is rich in Indian heritage and Oklahoman culture. A part of the American heartland and known as the “Sooner State”, Oklahoma’s landscape varies with mountains, plains, parks and forests which lends to a mass of selections for wedding locations that will provide a memorable backdrop for your wedding pictures. Outdoor activities for you and your wedding party are numerous in the mountains that extend to the southwest, especially at Fort Cobb Lake State Park. As one of the six states on the Frontier Strip, Oklahoma neighbors Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arkansas and Texas. Oklahoma is a state with plenty of opportunities for outdoor weddings, especially at the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory in Oklahoma City and the Sequoyah Bay State Park. There you will find stunning wedding photography opportunities that your wedding photojournalist will be pleased to shoot. The major rivers of Oklahoma that could create wedding photography prospects are the Arkansas River, Canadian River and the Red River. Lakeside wedding are also an option with Oklahoma’s major lakes: Eufaula Lake, Lake Hudson, Gibson Lake, Lake O' the Cherokees, Lake Texoma, Oologah Lake and Keystone Lake.

WPJA Oklahoma Photographers will travel to:

Ada • Adair • Afton • Aline • Altus • Alva • Anadarko • Antlers • Apache • Arcadia • Ardmore • Arnett • Atoka • Barnsdall • Bartlesville • Beaver • Bernice • Bethany • Big Cedar • Billings • Blackwell • Boise City • Boswell • Braggs • Bristow • Broken Arrow • Broken Bow • Buffalo • Burneyville • Butler • Cache • Caddo • Caldwell • Canadian • Canton • Carnegie • Catoosa • Chandler • Chattanooga • Checotah • Chelsea • Cherokee • Cheyenne • Chickasha • Chouteau • Claremore • Clayton • Cleveland • Clinton • Coalgate • Colbert • Colcord • Collinsville • Commerce • Cookson • Copan • Cordell • Covington • Coweta • Cushing • Davis • Del City • Dewey • Disney • Drumright • Duncan • Durant • Durham • Edmond • El Reno • Elgin • Elk City • Enid • Erick • Eufaula • Fairland • Fairview • Fort Cobb • Fort Gibson • Fort Supply • Fort Towson • Foss • Foyil • Frederick • Freedom • Gage • Gate • Gene Autry • Glenpool • Goldsby • Goodwell • Gore • Gotebo • Grand Lake Towne • Grandfield • Grove • Guthrie • Guymon • Hardesty • Harrah • Haskell • Haworth • Healdton • Heavener • Hennessey • Henryetta • Hinton • Hobart • Holdenville • Hollis • Hominy • Hooker • Hugo • Hulbert • Idabel • Inola • Jay • Jenks • Jet • Kaw City • Kellyville • Kenton • Keota • Ketchum • Kingfisher • Kingston • Konawa • Langley • Langston • Laverne • Lawton • Leedey • Lexington • Lindsay • Locust Grove • Lone Wolf • Madill • Mangum • Mannford • Marietta • Marlow • Maysville • McAlester • Medford • Medicine Park • Meeker • Miami • Midwest City • Moore • Morris • Mountain Park • Muskogee • Mustang • Newkirk • Norman • Nowata • Octavia • Okeene • Okemah • Oklahoma City • Okmulgee • Olustee • Oologah • Owasso • Park Hill • Pauls Valley • Pawhuska • Pawnee • Perkins • Perry • Picher • Ponca City • Pond Creek • Porum • Poteau • Prague • Pryor • Purcell • Ralston • Randlett • Rattan • Roland • Rush Springs • Salina • Sallisaw • Sand Springs • Sapulpa • Sayre • Seiling • Seminole • Shattuck • Shawnee • Skiatook • Slaughterville • Smithville • Snyder • Spavinaw • Spencer • Spiro • Stigler • Stillwater • Stilwell • Stringtown • Stroud • Sulphur • Tahlequah • Talihina • Taloga • Texhoma • Thackerville • Thomas • Tipton • Tishomingo • Tonkawa • Tulsa • Tuskahoma • Valliant • Vian • Vici • Vinita • Wagoner • Walters • Warner • Watonga • Waurika • Waynoka • Weatherford • Webber's Falls • Welling • Wetumka • Wewoka • Wilburton • Wister • Woodward • Wyandotte • Wynnewood • Yale