Wedding Photographer Rochester: McKay’s Photography

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Hi! I’m Heather McKay, the owner, and mastermind behind McKay’s Photography, the premier wedding photographer in Rochester NY for down-to-earth couples.

I photograph fun, laid back, off-beat and relaxed weddings and guiding my couples in planning a stress-free wedding day. Due to my extensive experience, I now specialize in small, unique weddings.

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McKay’s Photography is NY’s only certified eco-friendly wedding photography studio and my work is internationally acclaimed wedding photography.

I also serve Buffalo, Finger Lakes, the Adirondacks, 1000 Islands, Boston, Houston, Austin and beyond. My passport is current and any destination is at my fingertips.

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the BLOG

Are you interested in behind the scenes view of an event similar to yours? Want to look at documentary style wedding photos? Would you like expert tips from a seasoned pro (*gasp* with opinions!)? Or are you just here to get ideas for your own wedding and family portraits? Either way, the ‘ole BLOG is chock full and probably has what you are looking for. There is even a fancy search button for your pleasure…

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the WORK

What you came here for… Gorgeous, fine art moments captured in a way that only Heather sees. My goal is to use technical and observing skills to show you how your closest friends and family see you. The real, beautiful you. Fleeting moments of authenticity captured for generations to enjoy.

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the COMMITMENT

Are you ready to hire the most helpful wedding photographer in Rochester and then sit back and enjoy the rest of your wedding planning? Heather McKay is Rochester’s premier wedding photographer serving weddings in the Finger Lakes, Rochester and Adirondacks, specializing in small or offbeat weddings.

Let’s commit to each other today and put a ring on it! Email me with your details so I can craft a perfect package just for you.

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