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Photographers in Saskatchewan, Canada

SOOTER STUDIOS
Moose Jaw, SK

Della Desrochers, owner and photographer has been in business over 20 years and pride ourselves in creative and quality photography. We have a large studio and also provide location photography upon request. We would like to meet with you for a consu... See More

Highlights: Automotive, Special Effects, Family Photography (Portraits, Lifestyle, Vacation), Executive Portraits, Studio Sessions, Glamour Portraiture, Wedding Photography, Portraits, Retouching, Canvas Prints, High School Senior Portraits, Children's Photography, Maternity & Infant Newborn Photography
KH Photography
Regina, SK

We specialize in offering the highest quality wedding photography for prices that are affordable and realistic. Packages starting from just $700 and up! You keep all you digital photos on DVD as well!

Bumblebee Photography
Saskatoon, SK

Fun artistic professional photography that everyone will enjoy. Will travel.

Gina's Portraits
Saskatoon, SK

Gina is a International Award Winning Photographer and has recently received cover of Bride and Groom New England in the US. Her work will also be featured in a upcoming edition of Today's Bride. Gina is a environmental specialist receiving a unpre... See More

Custom Photo
Melville, SK

Innovative and Classical Portraiture.
Portrait studio with a wide range of
backgrounds and ellegant studio props.
Award winning outdoor portrait studio
with bridge, arbour, gazebo and now
offering Wrought Iron Elegance.
Studio also offers compl... See More

Richard McDowell is an International Award winning wedding photographer. Over the last few years, he has received over a dozen awards with the WPPI. Recently he received the Editorial Photographer of the year award, and the Accolade of Photographic... See More

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