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  • Just like anything else in life...with photography, you get what you pay for.
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  • Take a look at the work of whom you are considering for the job and compare photographers before you make the choice.

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It is not easy to make a decision about photographer who will help you make your weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, convensions or any Occasions day both memorable and enjoyable

  • You need a photographer who is not only able to give you high quality photos, but can also help you to create photos in a way that enhances the joy of the event.
  • Your Occasion day is supposed to be FUN, and you need a photographer who recognizes that.

    Remember that you will be spending virtually your entire Occasion day with your photographer, so it is important to find someone whose personality meshes well with your own.

    More than half of all photographers are self-employed; the most successful are adept at operating a business and able to take advantage of opportunities provided by rapidly changing technologies.

    Photographers's Nature of the Work:

  • Photographers produce and preserve images that paint a picture, tell a story, or record an event. To create commercial-quality photographs, photographers need both technical expertise and creativity.
  • Most photographers use digital cameras, also employ an array of other equipment—from lenses, filters, and tripods to flash attachments and specially constructed lighting equipment—to improve the quality of their work.
  • Digital cameras capture images electronically, allowing them to be edited on a computer. Digital technology also allows the production of larger, more colorful, and more accurate prints or images for use in advertising, photographic art, and scientific research.

    Photographers are specialized in:
  • Portrait photographers take pictures of individuals or groups of people and often work in their own studios. Some specialize in weddings, religious ceremonies, or school photographs and may work on location. Many also process their own images, design albums, and mount and frame the finished photographs.

  • Commercial and industrial photographers take pictures of various subjects, such as buildings, models, merchandise, artifacts, and landscapes. These photographs are used in a variety of media, including books, reports, advertisements, and catalogs.

  • Scientific photographers take images of a variety of subjects to illustrate or record scientific or medical data or phenomena, using knowledge of scientific procedures.

  • News photographers, also called photojournalists, photograph newsworthy people, places, and sporting, political, and community events for newspapers, journals, magazines, or television.

  • Fine arts photographers sell their photographs as fine artwork. In addition to technical proficiency, fine arts photographers need artistic talent and creativity.