Best Portrait Photographers Near Me

Magnolia Texas Best Portrait Photographers Near Me

Are you looking for a portrait photographer near me in Magnolia, Texas? Here at, our goal is to find you the some of the best portrait photographers serving the Magnolia, Texas area! We do this so you won’t have to visit endless numbers of websites and fill out inquiry forms to find your perfect portrait photographer! In short, your time is extremely valuable and we are here to help you find the best portrait photographer serving your area!

Please find our top picks for Portrait Photographers serving Magnolia, Texas and these beautiful communities; Ascot Farms, Cimarron Country, Glenmont Estates, High Meadow Estates, Indigo Lake Estates, Lake Windcrest, Magnolia Reserve, Thousand Oaks, Timbergreen, Westwood, Wildwood Estates, Magnolia Ranch Estates, Mostyn Manor, North Grove, River Park Ranch, Sendera Lake Estates and The Ranches of Autumnwood.

Bri Sullivan Photography

Featured Photographer

Bri Sullivan is a professional portrait photographer located in Magnolia, Texas. Bri specializes in family photography and offers affordable family portrait photo sessions starting at $150.

Michelle Sailer Photography

Featured Photographer

Michelle Sailer is a professional Houston photography studio located in The Woodlands, Texas. Michelle specializes in newborn, maternity, infant and baby first year.

Laci Leigh Photography

Featured Photographer

Laci was voted one of the best Woodlands Photographers. She specializes in family and children photography for The Woodlands/Houston area!

Magnolia, Texas

About Magnolia, Texas

Magnolia is a city in southwestern Montgomery County, Texas, United States within the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. It is named for the magnolia trees that grew in the area. The population was 2,359 at the 2020 United States Census. (Wikipedia)

Magnolia Zip Code(s):  77354, 77355.

What is Magnolia Texas famous for?

Each year, Magnolia opens its arms and its doors hundreds of thousands of visitors who flock to the Texas Renaissance Festival, the largest festival of its kind in the region. The Festival takes place over the weekends of October and November. (