Ryan Smith Photography
of Myrtle Beach


As a local Myrtle Beach, SC photographer, I specialize in beautiful, candid and fun wedding, engagement and family photography for the Grand Strand and surrounding areas of SC. I like clean, crisp high quality images that capture moments in a way that can only be done with skillful and modern techniques using the latest high-end photography gear. My goal is to always capture genuine emotions using a story telling approach mixed with traditional posed portraits.

Ryan Smith Photography

Myrtle Beach area wedding photography package prices range from $1100 to $3000 depending on the time of coverage and size of album. All packages include digital copies from your entire wedding with the rights for you to copy and print all images. Click the wedding button below for more details.

Myrtle Beach family photography and engagement sessions are $400-$600 depending on the time of the year. These include all the digital copies of your images with a copyright release, optional prints can be purchased separately. Click the pricing button below for any specials.

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Latest features on my blog ...
Couple in front of old barn Wildberry Farms February 13, 2015 : Winter wedding at Wildberry Farm in Marion, SC
This was my first time photographing a wedding at Wildberry Farm in Marion. It’s very similar to another old farm location I loved from a previous wedding. Wildberry Farm is a very pretty area with a small wedding chapel, house for the bride to get ready in, and a very large reception area. They have a couple of old ... read more
Bride on the train tracks at the Conway River Walk January 23, 2015 : Bridal portraits at the South Carolina State House and Conway Riverwalk
I decided to combine together two recent bridal portrait sessions into one post since both their weddings were recently over. The first bridal session was at the South Carolina State House in Columbia. It’s always fun to take pictures somewhere I’ve never been. This bride has family that works in the government so we had ... read more