These are the bicoastal photographers to consider hiring for your big day.
Location: New York City & San Francisco
Pro tip: "When choosing a photog, consider how you want to remember your wedding 10, 20, or 30 years from now."
More info: allanzepeda.com
Location: Seattle & New York City
Bio bit: Partners Annabel and Dorothée shoot separately in Washington State and New York, but they travel to other locations together.
More info: belathee.com
Location: New York City & Los Angeles
Pro tip: "If the couple seems comfortable in their pics, it's a sign that the shooter is a great person to have around," says Covey.
More info: brycecoveyphotography.com
Location: Santa Barbara & New York City
Pro tip: "Choose someone whose work you can see yourself in; then, let them tell your story," says Huang.
More info: jenhuangphoto.com
Location: Miami & Los Angeles
Her style: "I help my clients with their schedules to ensure there is time for all of the pics in the best light," says Merry.
More info: ktmerry.com
Location: Los Angeles & New York City
Pro tip: "Check out the photog's physical portfolio," advises Clark. "Anyone can look fancy online, but their work in print will give you the full picture."
More info: scottclarkphoto.com
Location: Brooklyn & Los Angeles
Bio Bit: She established her business in Cali, then moved to the Big Apple, and now works in both places.
More info: shannennatasha.com