For a photographer, their camera and other equipment is their weapon, their tool of the trade. We’ve heard ever that data is the most important capital, but without the cameras, there is no data. So as photographers, it’s very important for us to take care of our photography gear and keep them in good shape. This is one of the things that separates the professional from the amateur. A smudge on your lens or a spot on your sensor can ruin an image or increase post-production time. Careless use of the camera near water or keeping it in humid conditions can reduce its life. If your camera works, you work. We don’t talk a lot about taking care of our photography gear, so this time we thought we would take this opportunity and talk, best practices to keep your gear in good shape so that you can make the best of it in your work. If you haven’t thought about cleaning your gear or where you store it or how you treat it while you’re shooting, do start now!
For many people, wedding photos are something they simply don't want to leave to chance. While they may be okay cutting cost on flowers, food or hiring a DJ, wedding photos are meant to last a lifetime. These are the primary reasons for hiring a pro.
Weddings are times that you’d like to cherish forever. The best way you can do it is by hiring competent photographers and videographers who’ll freeze the moment for you for all of time. But it is easy for a detail such as hiring a Wedding Photographer to be eclipsed by choosing the perfect dress and having the most beautiful venue, but prioritising is an important part of wedding planning. When it comes to hiring photographers there are certainly a few things that should be your starting point and priority.