Wander & Range Photography

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About Wander & Range Photography

Let's skip the formality.. you want epic wedding photos. You want your friends, and your family to look at your photos and say "wow those are awesome." That's what I will deliver for you.

The number one thing I hear from a bride and groom at the end of the night is how quickly their wedding day went by. I am there to preserve those special moments and make sure they will last a lifetime. My approach combines a photojournalistic and artful style that will be sure to document your wedding day. I want to tell a story with my photographs so that 20 years from now you can look through them for the 1,000th time and remember it like it was yesterday.

I serve the entire Washington DC metro area and I am also available to travel around the world for your destination wedding. For more information regarding my services, please contact me soon before I book your date. I want to be your photographer so get in touch now!

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55 Reviews for Wander & Range Photography

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  • Quality of service 5.0
  • Professionalism 5.0
  • Flexibility 5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Average response time 5.0
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    Samantha · Married on 10/20/2018

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    The Best In The Biz

    Ian is seriously the best. Just stop whatever you're doing and book him! He's insanely talented and so easy to work with. His style is so unique and artistic; I can't even imagine having anyone else shooting us at our wedding. It felt like Ian was a part of the family that night, and I can't thank him enough for being a part of our big day!

    Sent on 10/29/2018
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    Kelly · Married on 10/06/2018

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    I first saw Ian at work at my best friend's wedding, and she raved about just how good of a photographer he was and that their family will only book him for photos. Ian showed me some of the pictures he was taking, and the very next I day I booked him for my wedding! I started following him on facebook and instagram and just fell in love with his style -- I feel like he doesn't just take pictures, he creates art. On top of that, his personality is just delightful. It felt like we where kicking it back with a old friend, which made the all of our pictures look natural and carefree even if we where actually posing. I am also glad to say that the cycle of business for him continued, just like how I booked him after seeing his work at a friends wedding, I found out that two of my bridesmaids picked up his contact info for their own upcoming wedding! He is the real deal and you won't be disappointed. I would highly recommend Ian for your wedding!

    Sent on 10/12/2018
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    Risa · Married on 04/08/2017

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    Ian was amazing to work with and the pictures are better than we could have ever asked for. His style of photography is so beautiful- each picture tells a different story. I would recommend him to any couple looking for pictures that will last you a lifetime.

    Sent on 04/20/2017

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Wander & Range Photography FAQ

  • What is the starting price for your wedding photography services?
    $ 3450.00
  • Which of the following are included in the starting price?
    2nd Shooter
    Engagement Shoot
    High-Res Images
    Digital Files
    Negatives
  • What is the price of your most popular wedding package?
    $ 4250
  • Which of the following are included in the price of your most popular wedding package?
    2nd Shooter
    Add'l Hours
    Engagement Shoot
    High-Res Images
    Multi. Locations
    Albums
    Digital Files
    Negatives
  • What primary photographic style do you identify with?
    Photojournalism
    Traditional
  • What photography services do you offer?
    High-Res Images
    Liability Insurance
  • What photography items do you offer?
    Albums
    Canvas
    Digital Files
    Negatives
    Prints
    Proofs

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  • Washington, DC, 20815 See on map
    8568166713 (Phone number)
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