Today almost everybody seems to have a camera on their cell phones and is able to take pictures where ever and whenever they wish but, that does not mean that there is no longer a need for professional photographers. The camera is ideal of course for capturing that unexpected shot, a shot of an accident, a comical situation or from an unusual angle but when it comes to quality photographs, the professional is still required. It may be that you want a portrait photograph that can be shown widely, in which case not any old snap will do, the lighting and angle have to be perfect in order to bring out your best features and for that type of shot, a professional portrait photographer is probably going to provide the best quality. It is important to have a portfolio of your portrait photographs if you are hoping to find a career where you are in the limelight much of the time, perhaps as an actor or as a weatherman, perhaps even if you are to be the PR representative for a company. In these situations you will want to have the best possible portrait photographs of yourself as is possible, not a snap taken on the camera of a cell phone but ones which have been properly posed for in a professional studio where the lights can bring out the true beauty of your better features. When looking for a professional photographer to take any portrait photographs you may need, there are certain things that you should keep in mind and perhaps the main one is, like many other things today, you get what you pay for. There may be several professional photographers in your area and each of them chares a different price for their work but if you want the best possible results, you may not get that from one of the cheaper photographers. When a photographer first starts their career, they may have a camera and flash but not a studio. Although these photographers may be cheaper, perhaps charging £100-£150 and provide good headshots, the location will probably be outside, in a setting which may not have perfect lighting for the best possible shot. For £150-200 you may be able to hire a more experienced photographer that is willing to rent a studio especially to take the portrait photographs. Although these too could be very good portrait photographs and the photographer may have allowed for several changes of clothes during the session, a truly experienced portrait photographer, one that can provide the best possible shots, will have their own studio and o be fully acquainted with all the properties which the different lights can provide. They may charge as much as £200-300 but that could include a full 2 to 3 hour photo shoot with many changes of clothes and lighting, ensuring the best possible shots. The experience that these types of photographers have, ensures that the edited photographs that you take home, are the best possible and therefore more impressive to anyone you need to show them to.
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