Austin Wedding Photographers

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Philip Thomas is a British wedding photographer based out of San Antonio, Texas

British photographer Philip is based out of San Antonio, Texas and is available for local and destination weddings. Philip has been married to Marcie since 2006 and have two beautiful little girls. Photography is Philip's passion and part of his life for over twenty years. Continually honing his skills and craft, Philip Thomas grew up in Chichester, Sussex. In 1991 he had his first step on the ladder as a local news photographer and developing and printing his work. Philip also traveled and worked around the world on luxury cruise lines like the Queen Elizabeth II before settling down in San Antonio, Texas. There he photographed actors and models before pursuing weddings full time. Photographers that have shaped and influenced his life include Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and Steve McCurry. What motivates Philip is the art of anticipation, capturing those unique and special moments throughout the day. Philip works unobtrusively with a strong emphasis on use of geometry, light and shadow throughout his work.. Most importantly the couple can have FUN! [San Antonio Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
3200 (USD)
DFW Wedding Photographer Jared Lindsay

Born and raised in Texas but addicted to travel and shooting small-ish, untraditional weddings all over. Husband. Father. Coffee snob. And I dig all things Seinfield related. I started working as a freelance photographer in 2002 for 2 local news papers and 1 local magazine in my hometown. That time working for those publications helped me learn how to watch and wait for moments to unfold. I approach each wedding as its own unique and original event. No preconceived plans. No cookie-cutter ideas for your wedding day. Just honest moments being photographed undisturbed. My 3 children give me lots of practice photographing life as it unfolds before me in unpredictable fashion. I believe it is in those moments that true beauty is found. That's why I don't believe that I need to try and control your wedding day, but rather let the day unfold without interruption. It's the honest moments you are going to reflect on with true emotion, not the staged and posed. Be real, because life is too short not to be. [Dallas-Fort Worth Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
2200 (USD)
Colorado wedding photography by Amanda Lamb

I'm Amanda Lamb, and I'm based in Colorado Springs, CO and Brooklyn, NY. I began learning photography when I was in high school, trying to shoot for my school's yearbook publication. This was still in the "dark ages" of film, but I feel lucky that my roots sprouted there. These early experiences and trying to shoot in a way that supported, or told in its entirety the rest of what was on the page, shaped my preference for capturing moments as they happened. I shoot no more than 25 weddings per year. This allows me to give my very best to each and every bride and groom I have the pleasure of serving. In addition to shooting weddings, I also shoot boudoir and portraits. I've been married for 8 years, and have two children and a dog. My daughter and my son complete my life in a way I never thought possible. While I don't know of any other artists in my family, there are definitely some very creative people who came before me, and I can see this creativity in my children daily. It warms my heart. Prior to photography, I was a high school social studies teacher for 7 years. Being around high schoolers is it's own kind of rush. My business started with seniors, and eventually grew into weddings and other events. Keeping control of 30 10th and 12th graders gave me great insight into crowd management, a skill I've found very useful at weddings... especially those with big, fun-loving wedding parties. [Colorado Springs Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
3000 (USD)
Amy DeYoung is a wedding photojournalist from San Antonio, TX.

I have had a camera in my hand since I was about 7 years old. Photography is truly a passion for me and I am fortunate enough to mix my work with my passion. I attended Hope College in Holland, MI and graduated with a degree in Art focusing in Photography and Ceramics, and a degree in Psychology. I currently reside in San Antonio, Texas with my husband and son. We are expecting our second child this spring. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work. I would be honored if you would allow me the privilege of sharing your moments and helping tell your story. [San Antonio Wedding Photographer]

Starting Price:
3800 (USD)
Houston wedding photography by Si Vo of Texas
Starting Price:
250 (USD)

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RAVES, REVIEWS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Tim + Kristin

Photo by Jared Lindsay

“Holy cow Jared! I want to cry I love them so much! Our trust was very well founded. Thank you. You captured our moments and more. I’m so happy”. – Kristin.

Britney and Chase

Britney and Chase

Photo by Philip Thomas

I just wanted to give you a Huge THANK YOU!! It has been a pleasure working with you along this wonderful journey. I couldn't be happier with the way everything has turned out! Your talent is truly amazing.

Marcela & Rishi

Photo by Philip Thomas

What can we say...thank you so very much for sharing your art and your passion with us during our wedding weekend! Your photos capture the essence of the weekend-the joy, the fun, the passion, the love-you got it all. We can't wait to see "the book" and we can't want to work with you again. Thanks again!