Hughes Photography - Excellent portraiture at affordable rates.
Upstate and Coastal South Carolina, Western North Carolina and Eastern
Tennessee (Gatlingburg & Pigeon Forge Weddings.)
people believe that a digital camera placed in their hands qualifies
them as a professional photographer. It is what some manufacturers use
as an advertising tool to entice you to purchase their equipment.
anyone take amazing photographs with the right equipment? Sure, it is
possible under the right circumstances. Does this automatically make the
person a professional photographer?
it does not.
takes years of working at your craft to achieve the level of
professionalism that people expect with their portraits and special
has become an everyday practice to ask an uncle, an aunt, or a friend to
attempt to capture your special moments, but given the nature of your
special event, a mistake may cause you to loose a “once in a
today’s advanced cameras have automated nearly all settings, it is
still the eye and skill of the photographer that creates the perfect
shot. Composition, light manipulation, poses, custom effects, and many
other aspects of the process still require the photographer’s skill
often overlooked aspect of today’s digital equipment is the skill
required to process the digital image to achieve the perfect photograph.
The job of the professional photographer is to provide the client with a
professional end product that best reflects the subject and
media and advancements in production software allow the professional
photographer to make adjustments and corrections in the “raw”
digital photograph to make sure nothing distracts the viewer from the
subject of the photograph.
software professional photographers utilize for this work costs
thousands of dollars and takes a great deal of time to master. It’s
not enough to simply rely on the camera and hope for the best.
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