#1 is horrible… all blurry photos, no post editing… ew
#2 is better… more creativity, sharper images, but they seem mostly staged shots (which I don’t like, but if it’s your style go for it). They use spot coloring… which is what an amateur would do… I don’t like that…
#3 is best of all three. I think some of the shots they have look like fine art, they are much more creative, the photos show emotion… some photos have too much contrast (which I don’t like but maybe you do), I love that they have a blog, that helps you get a sense of what a whole wedding looks like. The photos look fun and vibrant.
A) The galleries are hard to navigate… the photos are boring. They use texture layering… their post processing is all over the place. Some photos are too overexposed, some are underexposed…etc. overall, thumbs down. They are older photographers (not that there’s something wrong with that!), but in their case I think it affects the way the people pose in the photos… dated.
B) Their images are too retouched… unnatural. I don’t like the color post processing either… I wish they had a blog where you could see whole weddings. UPDATE: I went their old blogspot, and the photos are nice. The photos look more natural, the post processing looks better (though not consistent, see how some of those photos have a yellow sky, and some a white sky, and some blue, it’s all over the place), the photos are sharp. I don’t know why they don’t have these photos in the galleries… they are so much better than the ones at their main website.
From all these, I would pick Red Gecko Studio. You are getting married in 2 months and you don’t have a photographer yet? I would go with Red Gecko Studio.
Take a look at this one http://www.emilysteffen.com/
These are photographers in your area.