Find a wedding photographers in Clarksville, TN

Find wedding photographers in Clarksville, TN

Find wedding photographers in Clarksville, TN

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Find wedding photographers in Clarksville, TN

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Top 10 wedding photographers in Clarksville, TN

Clients agree: these vendors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Nate Stibolt Photography

Nate Stibolt Photography

New on Fash
6+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
My Business is about helping people stand out and look their best across all the various platforms using photographic images. Although I travel all over for my work, I am based in Nashville Tennessee. My experience covers many different genres including Portraits and headshots, Wedding and Engagement, Real Estate and Architecture along with work for Belle Meade Living Magazine. Please visit my website at
Christopher Williams Studios

Christopher Williams Studios

New on Fash
33+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
I have been a wedding, portrait and real estate photographer for 23 years. I do photography because I love what I do and my clients enjoy my work. In addition I do drone work. In my website you can see photos of my work. I work will with people and have some great home photography.
Ed Pulley Photography

Ed Pulley Photography

New on Fash
25+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
You have over 20 years of photography experience shooting in natural light and using controlled light such as flash and LED lighting. I enjoy capturing the fun spontaneous moments as it happens but I also like to set the scene and work with individuals on instructing/posing to help create beautiful images. I enjoy working with others to help create an image that captures a time in their lives that brings them joy. As we move through life we constantly make new memories while often forgetting about some in the past. So capturing it in a photograph I feel is a great why of allowing us to remember that moment and enjoy that feeling once again....
S & J Lisenby Photography

S & J Lisenby Photography

Top Pro
5+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
Melissa E. says, "Sabrina and Josh were so great to work with! Sabrina handled our shoot so professionally, and made it such an enjoyable family memory. We love our photos! " Read more
Tony Clark Photography

Tony Clark Photography

New on Fash
Offers online services
29+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
I tailor images to my clients brand, their esthetic and do my best to fit a realistic budget. The process should be enjoyable with good communication and the results will reflect those steps. It is much more pleasant to go to work when everyone enjoys meeting new people, allow them to do their work with the tools they need and allowed to contribute their ideas. I love the variety of subjects, people and places my work afford me. I enjoy the challenges of Pre-Production, setting expectations and then exploring where the elements take us. I find that every project has a life of its own and you simply need to let everyone contribute what they do...
Brody Hall Photography

Brody Hall Photography

1 hire on Fash
33+ years in business
Serves Clarksville, TN
Kimber says, "Amazing. Have worked with Brody for years and he is my go to for every type of photo shoot I could ever need! I love the creativity in everything we do together! " Read more

Your Wedding Photography questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Fash.

How much are wedding photographer prices near me?

Wedding photography costs $1,600 to $3,600 on average but often exceeds $4,000 in major cities. Wedding photography prices range from $700 to $10,000, depending on the package, add-ons, location, and number of photographers.

When to book your wedding photographer?

Book your wedding photographer as early as possible, ideally as soon as you choose a date and reserve a venue. The best photographers book events more than 12 months in advance, especially for weddings during the peak season.

What to expect from your wedding photographer?

Before the wedding day

  • Discussion of the photographic style and your needs and wants
  • Contract and initial payment to reserve the date
  • Reviewing the wedding day timeline to ensure you schedule enough time for key photos
  • Engagement photo shoot, if included
  • Rehearsal dinner coverage, if included

On your wedding day

  • Capturing key moments during the getting-ready process, ceremony, and reception
  • Traditional or posed photos of the wedding couple, bridal party, and family
  • Photos of candid moments throughout the event

After the wedding

  • Photo editing and retouching
  • Delivery of proofs, typically via a private online gallery
  • Assistance with photo selection and album design
  • Delivery of prints or an album, if included

How much should you tip a wedding photographer?

Tipping a wedding photographer is not required but is usually appreciated. Consider tipping $50 to $200 to express your gratitude if the photographer exceeds your expectations.

How much do wedding photographers make?

Wedding photographers make $40,000 to $60,000 per year on average, depending on their experience and location.

How do I find wedding photographers near me?

Start by searching our list of wedding photographers, then compare reviews and costs. After finding and contacting potential services:

  • Decide which photography style and aesthetic best suits your wedding.
  • Ask for referrals from friends, family, your wedding planner, the venue, and other wedding vendors.
  • Read their reviews on Fash and Google.
  • Choose a pro who specializes in wedding photography.
  • Interview your favorite photographers and discuss your ideas and vision.
  • Ask the photographer about their pre-wedding, wedding day, and post-wedding process.
  • Schedule an engagement photo shoot to allow you to work with the photographer before the wedding day.
  • Get a detailed contract in writing that breaks down everything included in your package, the payment plan, and the refund and cancellation policy.
  • Discuss the photo usage and printing rights to confirm how you and the photographer can use the images. Photographers typically retain the copyright to the images, giving them the right to use the photos for marketing and social media.
  • Beware of basing the decision solely on pricing. The photographer with the lowest price may lack experience or isn't as good as local competitors.

After asking questions and verifying their credentials, hire the photographer in your area.

What questions to ask wedding photographers?

Ask them the following questions when hiring a wedding photographer:

  • How would you describe your photography style and approach?
  • Can we see full galleries from a few recent weddings?
  • How many weddings have you photographed?
  • Do you have our wedding date available?
  • How far in advance do we need to book with you?
  • Have you ever shot a wedding at our venue before?
  • Do you have experience shooting weddings of a similar size and style as ours?
  • How much are your packages, and what do they include?
  • What add-ons are available? Can we customize a package to suit our needs?
  • How many hours do you work? How much do you charge if we go over that time?
  • Can we discuss unique shots we'd like?
  • How much extra do you charge for an engagement shoot or rehearsal dinner coverage?
  • Do you provide retouching, color adjustment, or other editing services? Do they cost extra?
  • How long after the wedding will we receive our finished photos?
  • How will the images be delivered – online, in print, or on a USB drive? If online, how long will the proofs be available for viewing?
  • Will we own the rights to the digital images?
  • Do you provide high-resolution digital files? Do they cost extra?
  • What size can we print the finished files?
  • Do you offer printed items or albums?
  • How can our family members and friends order prints?
  • Can other guests take photos while you work?
  • Do you work with an assistant or second shooter? Can I meet them before the wedding?
  • How many weddings do you photograph in a year?
  • Do you charge a travel fee? What does it cover?
  • How much do you require on deposit? What is your payment schedule?
  • What is your refund or cancellation policy?
  • Do you have liability insurance? What does it cover?
  • Do you carry backup photo equipment?
  • What happens if an emergency comes up and you can’t be present on our wedding day?
  • Will you be sharing our wedding photos on your website, social media, or other magazines or blogs?

Reviews for Clarksville wedding photographers

Recent success stories from people in the Clarksville area.
Matt Y.
To begin with we won a contest that had on Facebook for a Newborn photo shoot. The were quick to get with us to get the pictures taken asap as newborn photos need to be done while they are still young. They arrived early and were respectful of our house and wore masks and kept their distance. They had my wife move him as needed and were patient with him to get the best shots. They took over 200 photos over the course of an hour and a half and made sure we were happy with all the different shots. It took a little while to get all the photos back, but they provided the bulk of them within a few days. The quality was top notch and matched with there patience we would of been happy if we had paid full price for the photo shoot.
S & J Lisenby Photography
Joel C.
Professional actions. Well above-average results. The best Event Photographer. True artists. Always stays up on techniques and Technologies and a really good person.
Brody Hall Photography
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