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Great Bend Wedding Photographers

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Erika Victor Photography
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  • 7 years in business
Tanya D.
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Erica is very easy to work with. Very flexible in working around your schedule. Was open to all our needs and suggestions. She took our family photos and later took photos for my daughters wedding. We will continue to use her services in the future.


I do weddings, portraits, families, and product photography. I also do photo restoration, slide shows, all types of stuff for school and family reunions, as well as memorial slide shows.


I am a mom a photographer. I have a passion for photography. I love to work with newborns and maternity, and I also work with cake smashes and families.


I give you the best pictures for you and your family. I will travel if need be. I do all sorts of different photography to fit your needs.

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How much does it cost for a photographer for a wedding?

Finding the right wedding photographer can make a big difference for your ceremony. Nationally, the average wedding photographer’s price ranges from $800 to $1,000, but costs can be much higher in areas like Chicago, New York or Los Angeles where some couples spend $2,000 to $5,000 or more for the photographer they want. Factors that can affect your wedding photographer prices include the photographer’s reputation and experience. Heavy hitters can command top rates, especially during wedding-season weekends. Day of the week also affects your cost. You may get a $200 discount on wedding photographer prices if you get married on a Friday in November rather than a Saturday in June. Time onsite is also an important cost factor. Hiring a photographer to snap photos from the moment you wake up until after last call at the reception is going to cost more than five hours of pictures during the day. Multiple photographers, special lighting, and videography will also increase your costs. Ultimately you want to find someone who has a style you love and can provide the number of edited shots you want for a price you can handle. Learn more about hiring a wedding photographer.

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