Monday, March 31, 2014

Why Hire A Professional Photographer?

I have been pretty busy lately... and as a result haven't posted on the blog as much as I would have liked to! However I have several posts to catch up on so hopefully that will make up for my slacking a little.

I wanted to take a little time today to answer a question I think a lot of people have wondered:

Why Hire A Professional Photographer?

It is a valid question. Everyone seems to be a photographer now with smart phones & instagram.

Here is the short answer - It is our job. We take pride in what we do & have the equipment & skill to do it.

The longer answer - since it is our job, we want to make you happy, so you love your photographs. We are willing to get to know you, what you like, what you want us to capture, and the overall feel you want your photographs to have. We have also received training to know how to achieve what you would like. We dedicate a lot of time to lighting, set up, background, posing, and editing. Lighting is so important, something that took me years to learn. Quality equipment is also important, however knowing how to use it is far more important. In addition to the equipment, the images & prints you order from us is going to be the best quality.

Since every post is better with a photo, here is an example of what a difference subtle editing can make.


2 comments:

  1. Very very true! You want to hire a professional for your never to be repeated special events! They are educated, trained and experienced to make sure your special events are captured perfectly every time! I am a semi retired floral designer who has had tons of experience planning and designing weddings and other special events! Your photos will likely be handed down generation to generation as a keepsake! I have experienced both sides and I would strongly encourage a professional!

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