@Shockolate: They are share a really similar photographer style for the most part, so I think you could be very happy with any of them. I’m gonna give a realllllllyyyy detailed description of my opinion, if you don’t mind, as I’m in a photography class right now & my professor is urging us to do a lot of comparison writing at the moment, so bear with me please lol.
So, my very favorite was Jeremiah & Rachel, with a close second of Rylee Hitchner.
The reason I love Jeremiah & Rachel so much is because they do a great job of drawing color out in their photos, even when featuring wedding that mostly have a neutral palette. I also love how they take those very trendy shots with a great depth of field & lots of blurring around the edges, and they also do great decor shots at interesting angles. Plus, their black and white work is very vivid & “moody” (for lack of a better term). However, they also take a lot of classic shots, and I don’t think their work is so trendy that a couple would look back at their photos someday and regret it.
Rylee’s work seems really similar to the couple above in my opinion. The only difference being that her photography of real weddings doesn’t feature enough decor in my opinion (& her getting ready pics are a little cliche, to be honest), and I’m not quite as fond of her angles and poses, or her black and white filter.
In terms of why I didn’t like the other photographers as much, I felt like Michelle’s style was a little mismatched. Some of her edits were very light and ethereal, where as others from the same wedding were very classic and even a little too posed for my taste. Plus, some of her edits were just WAY too heavy in my opinion, almost to the point that they looked totally blurry (no focal point at all) or the color was too manipulated. Basically, she’s a prime example of someone who is just a little too trendy and photoshop heavy In My Humble Opinion. Jenny’s photography was very pretty for the most part, but I didn’t like her decor and element shots (such as bouquet, & centerpieces) quite as much as I liked the other photographers. I also felt like some of her work lacked a bit of finesse, especially in some shots of the bride and groom. They were really classic & timeless, but I kind of prefer when the day looks so much like a fairtale that you don’t see the bride & groom’s pores, or their oily shine at the end of the night, and she didn’t always edit those imperfections out as well & the photographers above.
Sorry about the novel I just wrote! lol