Detroit wedding photography is booming again, with the city set to welcome two-thirds of the city’s new photographers in 2017, with nearly 20,000 working.

The number of wedding photographers in the city jumped from 11,000 in 2016 to more than 25,000 this year, according to data compiled by the city.

The number of photographers working in the field doubled, from 5,000 to 10,000.

“We have so many photographers working for so many clients and we’re so pleased to have them here in Detroit,” said David J. Miller, executive director of the Detroit Wedding Photographers Association.

“I’m really excited to see how the city is going to expand in the next five years.”

The trend is a testament to the fact that Detroit has a growing number of talent, Miller said.

The city is the second-largest city in the United States for number of professionals working in wedding photography.

The population is more than 3.2 million and there are more than 5,400 wedding photographers working at the downtown area.

There’s a reason that the city has attracted so many new photographers, Miller added.

“I think we have some of the best wedding photographers of any city in America,” he said.

“You can’t have a wedding without a wedding photographer.

They’re the backbone of the whole thing.

That’s why we’re here.”

The boom is partly fueled by the influx of photographers, who have taken advantage of a favorable weather outlook to work in Detroit.

In recent years, the city also has been able to attract more and more professionals to work at its wedding venues.

The increase in photographers in Detroit has helped the city get more professional photographers, according, Miller.

“We have photographers who are professionals who are working at home in their homes, they’re not out in the fields,” Miller said, “and we are seeing the results.”

Detroit has long had a large and diverse population of wedding professionals, said Melissa Johnson, director of marketing and communications at the Detroit City Planning Commission.

The commission, which represents the city, is looking to attract the next wave of wedding designers, photographers, wedding vendors and other professionals.

“What’s changed in the last two years is the demand for the talent that’s coming from the city,” Johnson said.

She said the commission is working with other cities to find new opportunities to attract those professionals.

While the city continues to attract professionals, the number of people working in Detroit’s wedding venues has also increased.

That is because of the booming economy, Miller noted.

The median household income in Detroit is now $57,000, up nearly 6 percent from the year before, according the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Miller said the trend is not just for photographers and photographers in general.

“It’s for everybody,” he added.

“There’s more people in the industry right now, and we’ve had to be able to hire people because of our population.”