Wedding Photography

Wedding photography from a selection of Metro Detroit weddings are shown below. Enjoy! You can also view the Engagement Pictures page.

Stylish wedding photograph of a bride and groom, taken at the Royal Park Hotel. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
Wedding photograph of a bride and groom, taken at Comerica Park, Detroit. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
Underwater wedding photograph of a bride and groom. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
A father of the bride sheds a tear during the dance with his daughter. Beautiful. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
A beautiful fish eye photograph of a bride looking through the stain glass window of Kirk In The Hills. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
Wedding photograph of a bride in black and white. Hugh Anderson Photography
Bride and groom photo on the field at The Big House, Ann Arbor. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Indian bride displays her Henna on her wedding day. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
The Best Man helps the Groom with his tie. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
A bride and her bridesmaids sport cowboy boots on the wedding day. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Stylish bridal portrait in a garden of flowers. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Fall wedding photograph of a bride and groom, taken at the Bloomfield Hills Country Club. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography
Fun bridal party wedding photograph. Photographer Hugh Anderson captured this in Franklin Village.
Indian bride putting her ear rings in as she gets ready. Photographed by Hugh Anderson Photography.
Two young flower girls chatting during a wedding ceremony. Future brides. Photographer: Hugh Anderson Photography.
Photograph of a bride at Bloomfield Hills Country Club. This image has been digitally painted by Hugh Anderson Photography.
A groom portrait in the hallway of the Royal Park Hotel, Rochester. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Stylish bridal portrait on the grounds of Van Hoosen, Rochester Hills. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Groom and his groomsmen play poker in this stylized image. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Beautiful bride and groom photograph on the stairs of the Henry Ford Museum. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Bride and groom photo on a bridge with a flowing, long veil. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography
Bride and groom silhouette photograph at Bloomfield Hills Country Club. Wedding photographer - Hugh Anderson Photography

Wedding Photography You Will Love!

Wedding photography, when everything else is over, and the guests have all gone home, will become the all important record of your most special day.

All brides that I speak to seem to feel that their day was a blur - "it all happened so fast" they tell me. That's because after months and months of planning, the actual wedding event was condensed into only a handful of hours. And it was all go!

When you have a change to sit down and look through your beautiful wedding photography, or better still,  your beautiful wedding album, it will all come flooding back. 

Imagine ten years from now, perhaps sitting with children looking through your album - absolutely priceless. 

Family portraits are of course also extremely important. Check out our portrait images and senior images.

Wedding Images From High Quality Professional Equipment

High quality photography gear produces high quality wedding images - period.

When I say high quality wedding images, I am referring to the technical side, not the creative. I'm talking about sharpness, background blur (bokeh) etc. There are things that simply cannot be achieved with lower quality equipment. Sadly, there are many jumping into the wedding market with very low quality cameras & lenses.

I watched someone recently describe the difference in this way.

Hot dog stand versus fine dining.

Anyone can grab some hot dogs and buns, make or buy a stand, and start selling hot dogs. Compare that to opening a fine dining restaurant.

First, there is years of training to become a competent fine dining chef. Then your place of business would need high class tables, cutlery, crockery, etc. And of course there are many, many other requirements. 

The bottom line - in both cases it's the business of selling food. But it's really worlds apart. 

So in choosing a wedding photographer, do ask to see their equipment. You will want to know what someone is going to show up with on your wedding day.