Wedding Photojournalists of West Virginia
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.
3 Featured Photographers available for your wedding...
I started taking photos obsessively in high school and spent years shooting tons of slide film on my Nikon. Embarrassingly, tons of film was wasted on terrible self-portraits — I was really getting ahead of the whole selfie...
Hi, I am a documentary wedding photographer based in Annapolis and Queenstown, MD. My goal as a wedding photographer is to tell a story, your story, as it unfolds. I also bring years of artistic experience to do this in a way...
Witzgall PhotographyAnnapolis in Maryland, US
Getting Married in West Virginia
Known as the Mountain State, West Virginia is amply equipped to provide magnificent surroundings and rugged landscapes that bring back scores of tourists and provide a surplus of wedding locations and wedding photography sites. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the great outdoors provided by attractions such a Monongahela National Forest and the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
Loaded with history, culture and scenery, West Virginia has much to offer wedding photographers in giving them options of backdrops to shoot pictures. There are more than 1 million acres have been saved for 37 state parks, 9 state forests and 2 national forests, giving couples endless options for wedding photography locations.
In areas where the land is level in West Virginia, the terrain is made of flat strips that lie along major rivers. The tallest point in West Virginia is Spruce Knob, which sits in the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region, making for scenic panoramas that will enhance the pictures your wedding photographer will take. The land that travels eastward between Virginia and Maryland is known as the Eastern Panhandle, while the land traveling between Ohio and Pennsylvania is the Northern Panhandle, giving the state a beautiful and unique landscape to tuck in your wedding celebration.
WPJA West Virginia Photographers will travel to:
Albright • Ansted • Arthurdale • Athens • Barboursville • Beaver • Beckley • Berkeley Springs • Bluefield • Bramwell • Bridgeport • Bruceton Mills • Buckhannon • Cabins • Cass • Ceredo • Chapmanville • Charles Town • Charleston • Clarksburg • Cross Lanes • Daniels • Danville • Davis • Droop • Dunbar • Edmond • Elkins • Elkview • Fairmont • Fayetteville • Franklin • French Creek • Gerrardstown • Ghent • Glen Dale • Glenville • Grafton • Green Bank • Harman • Harpers Ferry • Hico • Hillsboro • Hinton • Huntington • Hurricane • Institute • Keyser • Kingwood • Lansing • Leon • Lewisburg • Logan • Lost Creek • Marlinton • Martinsburg • Matewan • Mathias • Milton • Monterville • Montgomery • Moorefield • Morgantown • Moundsville • Mt Hope • Mt Nebo • New Cumberland • New Martinsville • Newell • Nitro • Nutter Fort • Oak Hill • Paden City • Parkersburg • Parsons • Pence Springs • Petersburg • Philippi • Pineville • Pipestem • Point Pleasant • Princeton • Purgitsville • Ravenswood • Richwood • Ripley • Riverton • Romney • Salem • Scott Depot • Seakwood • Seneca Rocks • Shepherdstown • Shinnston • Sistersville • Snowshoe • South Charleston • Spencer • St Albans • Star City • Summersville • Sutton • Taplin • Teays • Triadelphia • Union • Wardensville • Waverly • Weirton • Welch • Weston • Wheeling • White Sulphur Springs • Williamson