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Wedding Photography & Video

With all the planning that goes into making your wedding perfect, it is important to choose the right wedding photographer and videographer to capture the event for eternity. At S&G Wedding Services, we work with a number of local photo professionals and can help you choose the right one for you.

Much like music, photography has different styles and flavors. From price range to color or black and white to cameras to lighting to approaches, it is important to pick a photographer that is going to produce the images you will treasure for the rest of your life.

We work with brilliant photographers that take traditional, photojournalistic, fashion, and blended approaches to wedding photography. Some specialize in indoor photography, while other prefer outdoor photography. Most offer competitive wedding packages, but each is a bit different. We help you narrow down exactly what you are looking for in a photographer, what is in the budget, and who is available to work in your schedule.

S&G Wedding Services helps select the perfect Wedding Photographer for your Long Island Wedding

Wedding Photography Approaches:

  • Traditional Wedding Photography is more posed photography. Think the traditional husband and wife, brides maids, bride and flower girl type of images. They are controlled images and allow you to prepare yourself for every picture.

  • Photojournalistic Wedding Photography captures the candid moments throughout the day. These images are designed to capture those little moments that make the day so special. Think about the photographer capturing the look of raw awe in the flower girls eyes when she first sees the bride, or the full body laugh of the groom during his best man's speech. Candid wedding photography captures the images that make people want to tell the stories behind the photos.

  • Fashion Wedding Photography can be achieved in two ways. The first method is to take posed photos at a location or at a studio. Here the photographer has control over the subjects and the environment allowing them to create photos that would be at home in any fashion images. The second method is to use photos from the Wedding Day and edit them in post-processing to make magazine quality photos.

Wedding Photography Options:

  • Type of Approach
  • Time Allotment
  • Number of Photographers
  • Indoor or Outdoor
  • Studio Photo Session
  • Digital or Printed Media
  • Albums and Resolutions
  • Special Requests