Our Favorite Nature Wedding Photographers

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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’ve got love on the brain. Earlier this week, we talked love and nature with Hipcamp Field Scout and unusual wedding photographer Erin Wheat. We asked her what was so compelling about photographing couples in nature. Here’s what she said:

“There’s something so captivatingly big about being in nature, in the mountains, on the ocean, that our emotional response matches the size of the landscape even though we are comparatively so small. There’s a parallel emotion in love: even though our stories are so minute, the emotions of love are so big and powerful. So when you combine the two—love and nature—it magnifies that massive emotional response even more.”

As nature lovers, we’ve felt firsthand the way being in nature brings us closer to those we love. And these talented wedding photographers capture that feeling so perfectly.

Maddie Mae

Colorado

Erin Wheat

Jackson, WY + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Kathryn Stevens of Atlas Photo Co.

Oregon and Washington + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Kristen Kaiser

Illinois

Kate Corley

Columbus, MS + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Natasha Sadikin

California + Hipcamp Field Scout

India Earl

Salt Lake City, UT

The Foxes

Seattle, WA

Taylor Lauren

Columbus, OH + Hipcamp Field Scout

Ashton Songer

Denver, CO + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Justine Montigny

Grand Rapids, MI

Melissa Joy

San Francisco, CA + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Kat Skye

Van-dwelling and living on the road + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Benj Haisch

Washington

Haley Nord

Portland, OR + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Ron Hope

Portland, OR + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Emily Hary

Indiana / Midwest + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Jordan Voth

Seattle, WA

Vanessa Jane

Los Angeles, CA

Kelsey McGrew

Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Washington + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Nicole Wasco

Portland, OR + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Belinda and Lauren of A Year and a Day

New York + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Aimee Bartee

Massachusetts + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Ashley Tiedgen

Denver, CO

Michaela Hamilton

Santa Barbara + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Kim Jey of Mela Photography

Oregon and Washington + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Natalie Irene

Portland, OR + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Nataly Zigdon

California

Gwen Shoemaker

Bend, OR

Nina Larsen Reed

Colorado + Hipcamp Field Scout!

Fall in love with nature

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