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Find photographers in Bremerton, WA

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Top 10 photographers in Bremerton, WA

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

Sean Galvin Photography

Serves Tacoma, WA
Bill (. says, "Sean proved to be an invaluable asset to the organization at several levels by continuously raising the standard for quality and creativity." Read more
Longstreet Photography

Longstreet Photography

New on Fash
Serves Seattle, WA
humanist realism, event and family/portrait photography one man shows over 200 juried exhibitions best of show and first place Wa State CVG competitions the work I do
Alex Studio

Alex Studio

4 hires on Fash
Serves Bellevue, WA
Jessica G. says, "Alex was the absolute BEST!! We not only had a wonderful time during our photo shoot, but he had an amazingly quick turnaround time, delivering the most wonderful photos. We will be using Alex for all of our future photo needs, and look forward to our next session. If I could give 10 stars I would!!" Read more
Seattle Creative Works

Seattle Creative Works

New on Fash
2 hires on Fash
Serves Suquamish, WA
Quality work Multi faceted experience Budget friendly pricing Honest, genuine, caring business relations Timely delivery
Out Of The Box Photography

Out Of The Box Photography

Offers online services
3 hires on Fash
Serves Tumwater, WA
DAVID W. says, "Teresa was very easy to work with. She had great ideas on " Read more

Your photography questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Fash.

The average cost to hire a photographer is $100 to $250 per hour, depending on their experience. However, photography prices vary significantly depending on the type of event or photo session:

The standard tipping etiquette for photographers depends on the type of photo session or event and how happy you are with the photographer's service:

  • Tip a wedding photographer $50 to $200 if the photographer exceeds your expectations. If the photographer works with a second shooter, be sure to tip the second photographer separately.
  • Consider tipping a family portrait photographer, pet photographer, or newborn photographer if you're happy with the photo session. However, tipping is not expected for family portraits taken at a big box store like JC Penney or Wal-Mart.
  • Tipping a photographer is not expected for headshots, commercial photography, real estate photography, or architectural photos.

If you're happy with the photographer's service, post a positive review online and share their photos on your social media.

Follow these tips to save money when you hire a photographer:

  • Book a "mini-session" – a shorter photo session that lasts only 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Choose your favorite photographers and follow them on social media. Some photographers may provide deals and exclusive offers.
  • Hire a less experienced photographer. However, be sure to review their portfolio to confirm they have enough skill to meet your photo needs.
  • Purchase prints from an online retailer instead of ordering them from the photographer.
  • Bundle multiple photo sessions for a discounted price. Some wedding photographers bundle engagement and wedding photos. Other photographers offer a bundle for newborn photos plus additional sessions as your child grows.

Book a wedding photographer as early as possible, ideally as soon as you've confirmed the date with your venue. Headshot, commercial, pet, and family portrait photographers typically don't require as much advanced notice. However, a popular, in-demand photographer may be booked out several months in advance.

Follow these guidelines when searching for a photographer to ensure you find one who is the best match for you:

  • Look for photographers who specialize in the type of photography you want. A photographer who specializes in weddings won't be the best choice for a newborn baby photo shoot, and vice versa.
  • Review their online portfolios to confirm you like their photography style and aesthetic.
  • Read photographer reviews on Fash and Google.
  • Get a contract in writing before making a deposit.
  • Discuss the photo usage and printing rights to confirm how both you and the photographer can use the images. Photographers typically retain the copyright to the images, allowing them to use the photos for marketing and social media.

Ask these questions to help you choose the best photographer for your needs:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • What type of photography do you specialize in?
  • What is your photography style?
  • Do you have an online portfolio I can view?
  • How far in advance should I book my photo shoot?
  • What deposit do you require, and is it refundable?
  • Do you have a photo studio? If not, where will you take the photos?
  • What should I do to prepare for the photo session?
  • How will you deliver the final photos to me?
  • How long will it take to get the photos?
  • Do you offer printed items or photo albums?
  • Who owns the rights to the photos?
  • Will you use my images on social media or your website portfolio?

Reviews for Bremerton photographers

Recent success stories from people in the Bremerton area.
Ayron (.
Sean is a conscientious editor with great attention to detail. He understands visual storytelling and was a pleasure to work with. Not only does he have a very easy-going manner, which makes collaboration particularly enjoyable, but he has a remarkable work ethic, which ensures quality products on deadline.
Sean Galvin Photography
Dilara C.
Out of the Box Photography
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