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How to Hire a Professional Photographer and Videographer For Your Quinceanera

Feb 29th 2020 at 2:31 AM

We've grown accustomed to presenting padrinos de fotos y video (photo and video sponsors). But somewhere along the line, somebody assumed a professional videographer was also a professional photographer. Allow me to explain the difference: a professional photographer centers around capturing moments in still images, in place of a videographer, who works together movement.

 

Although both fields require knowledge in read this article lighting, camera angles and object placement, it's not fair to assume a photographer can do the job of a videographer, or vice versa. Because your Quince is going to be one of the most memorable times of your daily life, it could be a risk to trust the term of a photographer who claims to be a professional videographer as well, or the other way around. To simply help with the important decision of choosing the right medium, below are a few ideas that could ease some of your worries.

 

Your Padrinos - if you're looking into possibly hiring a photographer and videogapher separately, let your padrinos know before they accept sponsor that part of your event. Picking a videographer from a different company than your photographer might be much more expensive but probably worth it. If your padrinos aren't too thrilled about investing in more cash, come to an agreement: you could consider offering to cover the difference in cost, when it will be more expensive. After all, having a Quince is really a luxury and your padrinos being willing to partially sponsor you is really a very kind gesture.

Check around - much like every other buy in your Quince planning, looking around is key. Not merely does it aid in getting you the most effective deal possible, but in addition, you get more ideas that could can be found in handy with the rest of your party planning. Let your potential photographer/videographer know that you're comparing prices, this may lead them into providing you a much better deal.

Compare Quality - ask your potential photographer/videographer to let you see some of their most recent work. If they refuse, proceed to the next one on your own list. No professional photographer/videographer will ever refuse to exhibit some work. Also, take notice of the image quality in both photos and video. Make sure that both jobs are shot in the most up-to-date format.

Red flag for Videos:

Quince videos which can be edited with images of Cinderella and Disney castles are extremely early 90's. The more contemporary Quince videos are those that appear to be an actual movie and are edited with a tale line in mind. The videographer should arrive to your Quince by having an concept of what the ultimate video will look like and will opt to obtain the mandatory shots, that is called pre-production. Share with him/her the design of video that you would like to have and come to an agreement before the day of your party.

Red flag for Photos:

If your photographers'portfolio has Quince pictures where the object was put into either bad lighting or in an awkward location (like the common mistake of getting a Quinceanera take her pictures over a patch of dry grass), this would be considered a red flag. If your photographer placed a Quinceanera on dry grass rather than on a field of bright greens, this photographer might don't know what he's doing.

 

Focus on every detail in both photos and video. Just how a movie is shot is equally as important as the way it's edited. And whether you decide to purchase a deal that features both services, or if you determine to hire these service providers separately, ensure you choose a professional.

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