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The average price of an Event Photographer in Texas is $140 per hour

Compared to a national average of $135

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What kind of event is this for?

Corporate

Where will the photographer be needed?

Inside

Do you know the date of this event?

Yes

What date do you need a photographer?

Thursday May 9th, 2019

How long will you need a photographer for?

2 hours - 3 hours

Do you have any additional details

Tom Ford Eyewear Party at our office. photographer needed from 6p-8p.

What kind of event is this for?

Prom

Where will the photographer be needed?

Outside

Do you know the date of this event?

Yes

What date do you need a photographer?

Saturday May 11th, 2019

How long will you need a photographer for?

< 2 hours

Do you have any additional details

My prom group of 18 needs a photographer to take great pictures at waterfall in Houston.

What kind of event is this for?

Party - Adult

Where will the photographer be needed?

Outside

Do you know the date of this event?

Yes

What date do you need a photographer?

Saturday June 8th, 2019

How long will you need a photographer for?

3 hours - 5 hours

Do you have any additional details

A 21st birthday party at a home with a water slide and kegs

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