Wedding Photographers of Norway, Europe
Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Kristiansand, Sandnes, Tromsø, Sarpsborg
Hire a Norway wedding photographer of the WPJA to create natural photographs reflecting the real moments from your wedding day. Meet the accredited member photographers of the Norway Wedding Photojournalist Association.
Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Norway Couples
7 Documentary Wedding Photographers...
I’ve had a camera in my hand since I can remember. On family vacations each of us had a camera and would come back with several rolls of film. It was great to see different perspectives of the same place. My photos became more refined throughout my childhood as I graduated to my stepdad’s Minolta film SLR. As a teenager and self professed “scene-kid” my interests turned to boys, music and books so my photos changed as well. I would deck myself out in black eyeliner weekly to shoot photographs of my favorite musicians. Bands are still one of my favorite photo subjects by the way, so be prepared if you get me started talking about them. In college I dedicated myself to photography professionally with a degree in photojournalism, then found my calling with a wedding studio at 19. I’ve since been published in Paste and XLR8R print magazines as well as Billboard Online, Tahoe Unveiled, Borrowed and Blue, The Knot, and Wedding Wire Blogs. On a more personal note, I’m a former Michigander who has called north Lake Tahoe her home since October 2011. I still miss Michigan beer (the best in the world, don’t argue), cherries, pasties (savory meat pies found in the UP) and warm nights but I couldn’t imagine living anywhere but Tahoe. I’m fascinated by all the quirky, wild, backwoods parts of America and I’m only missing four states on my quest to 50; Oklahoma, New Mexico, Maine and Alaska. I love all things outdoors. I hike or mountain bike almost every day with my Irish Wolfhound/Greyhound mix, Lindy and my big crazy Great Dane Captain. I also love to ski (badly), SUP and kayak, and volunteer with Achieve Tahoe. When I’m not shooting, sleeping or eating popcorn, I’m probably with my husband of almost one year, Keegan! [Lake Tahoe Wedding Photographer]
I'm a photographer with a degree in psychology... I used to shoot since i was a child with any kind of camera, Roll machines, cell phones, compact, SLR, digital SLR cameras etc .... What interests me is to capture and create. Thanks to my grandfather who gave me the first film camera and given me the opportunity to develop hundreds of photos ... I prefer portraits and street photography. My love is "catch the moment" to make beautiful images. No constructions, no fake, just a lovely couple with a beautiful story on a special day. [Syracuse Wedding Photographer]
From a Japanese mother born in Brazil and a Corsican father, I am a child of the world. Diversity is obviously a wealth and it is also what makes each of us unique. Happy married and daddy of two lovely kids, I am naturally animated by exchange and sharing. Each meeting is, therefore, a great openness to the world. I endeavor to produce images without any artifice and faithful to the precious slices of life that you offer me. My first concern is indeed to get photos as you are, hence my lifestyle approach. I, therefore, propose to you my gaze on your future moments of happiness. If my images appeal to you and my approach speaks to you, I would be glad if we discussed your photographic expectations, whether it be around a beer, a coffee, by telephone, skype or by email. [Cotes-d'Armor Wedding Photographer]
I'm in love with life and obsessed by capturing the small moments that become the big memories. I want to tell the honest and pure story of your day: focused on emotions, those unguarded moments & stolen glances. I studied psychology and until recently I combined working in an eating disorder clinic & shooting weddings. I decided to quit because I want to give my photography 100% focus! However, my work as a psychologist has shaped my work without a doubt. My main focus is connecting and looking for the connections between everyone attending the wedding. Your best man giving you a thumbs up, your mom with tears in her eyes, the look of pride on your fathers face. Those are the things I want to help you remember from the day. Next to shooting weddings, I love photographing when I'm traveling and even better: combine those two for destination weddings! I shoot between 15-20 weddings per year. This way I'll look forward to every wedding as if it is my first. I treasure this almost magical feeling! [Utrecht Wedding Photographer]
I love weddings! Capturing the essence and the fun of the day is the most rewarding job you can ever imagine. I offer a documentary type of photography with an artistic touch. I’m very relaxed and easy to be around. I respect people and I let them enjoy their big day without being annoying and interrupting. Most of the time I simply melt into the crowd, observe and catch the best moments happening. I love people, I think they’re the essence of every social event. Their energy, smile, openness attracts me most and reflect in my photography. Ewa Figaszewska, born in Poland, graduated from the University of Silesia, moved to the UK in 2003 where started to photograph. Photography has quickly become the greatest joy in her life. In 2007 after mastering her photography skills in the UK, Ewa has moved to Ireland and started working with dance theatre. Capturing dance and movement has become her greatest passion. 9 years ago she has been appointed as the official photographer of the Irish National Youth Ballet and has been photographing all the company productions over the years. She has also worked with Liz Roche Dance Company, Heartbeat of Home- from the producers of Riverdance, Ballet Ireland, John Scott Dance: Irish Modern Dance Theatre, Dance Theatre of Ireland as well as she has photographed many independent dance projects such as The House of Crossed Destinies at Project Arts Centre in Dublin, Nic Green Dublin edition of Trilogy during ABSOLUT Fringe Festival, Admit One, a dance film, a part of RTE Dance on the Box series and many more. Currently, she is a freelance photographer based in Dublin. Her photographs have been published in The Guardian, Aftenposten, The Irish Times, Sunday Business Post, Irish Theatre Magazine, The Irish Examiner, L'Aperitivo Illustrato and many more. You can also read an article by Stefano Guizzardi- Andare Oltre Il Reportage- about her creative wedding photography in the Italian art magazine L'Aperitivo Illustrato. Apart from dance theatre Ewa has also cooperated with festivals: Fringe Festival, Dublin Theatre Festival, Dublin Dance Festival, Dublin Butoh Festival and photographed many charity & social events. Her photographs were featured on CD covers (Luka Bloom, 2 Meters Sessies, Breda Mayock), theatre posters, programmes, and various publications. Over the years she has developed her individual & unique style. She loves reportage and monochrome photography. [Dublin Wedding Photographer]
It all began in Ireland, where I bought my first camera with my student loan, to photograph the landscapes and my friends gigging in pubs. Back in France, after a year as a journalist in a local newspaper, I decided to keep only the photographic part of my job and start my own business. I've been a wedding photographer since. It was 8 years ago, and I'll do it all over again. Still going to Ireland a lot. It's where I get most of my inspiration, where I believe in myself, where I take the time to breathe, feel and recharge my batteries. I'm also addicted to dancing, especially to West Coast Swing: for it's movement, fluidity and importance of connection. The exact same qualities I'm looking for in photography. [Manche Wedding Photographer]