The Bay Area is home to a plethora of incredibly talented wedding photographers, so it's no surprise if you're experiencing a little bit of portfolio fatigue. We're here to help — listed below are the top local photographers who will stylishly capture your nuptials so you can cherish the images for years to come.
Cooper Carras Photography (Above)
Style-conscious couples should look into Cooper Carras, whose portfolio includes fashion spreads, ad campaigns, and even a portrait of President Obama. His artful wedding images have a clean, editorial look.
Photo: [Tanja Lippert Photography](http://www.brides.com/wedding-vendors/detail/photography/73f9a5becd89d858-tanja-lippert-photography-los-gatos?reviews_sort_by=rating_highest&reviews_page=1&tab=profile)
With digital photography the norm, it's refreshing to meet someone who insists on shooting entirely on film. Tanja Lippert's photos have a natural, unprocessed quality and are bathed in that golden California light. Read real brides' reviews here!
Photo: [Suzy Clement Photographs](http://suzyclement.com/)
Suzy Clement's photojournalistic style means she'll document each moment — scripted or not — as it unfolds. However, her images aren't cold and candid, as is sometimes the case with reportage-type photographers.
Photo: [Anna Kuperberg](http://www.brides.com/wedding-vendors/detail/photography/2385a5a9b1642c5f-anna-kuperberg-photography-san-francisco?reviews_sort_by=rating_highest&reviews_page=1&tab=profile)
The veteran of the bunch, Anna Kuperberg has been shooting weddings for 20 years. She's an especially keen choice if you're including your pet in the ceremony — she has another site devoted to dog photography and knows how to capture those YouTube-worthy moments with your furry friends. Read real brides' reviews here!
Photo: [Meg Smith Photography](http://megsmith.com)
Though she's photographed plenty of Hollywood celebrity weddings (including those of Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Kimmel), Meg Smith is based in Napa and is our pick if you're hosting a wine-country wedding. Her images have an elegant simplicity and she knows exactly how to capture the valley's glowy (and oh-so-flattering!) late-afternoon light.