Reviewed Multivious Studio In Malaysia on 8 Jan 2018
Hired Sean for our son's first birthday party. We liked most of the captures. Very friendly too. Thanks Sean!
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If you go to an event, you’ll notice that some people prefer to pass their mobile phone and digital camera to someone to snap a photo for them. If there’s no one nearby, they will take a ‘selfie’ or ‘wefie’.
That’s all well and good if you are a guest. But if you are the host of the event, you should consider hiring a professional event photographer. Here’s why:
These people have undergone hours of professional training before they can claim to be professional photographers. With vast experience shooting photos of various subjects and settings, rest assured you’ll be more than satisfied with their service.
Professional photographers invest a lot of money on their DSLR cameras, accessories and maintenance of their high-end equipments. And because of that, they can deliver higher quality photos than the ones taken with any regular digital camera.
Special moments can never be repeated. A professional photographer has attended so many weddings and parties. Naturally they will have an instinct what will happen and how people will react after certain event. And as a pro, they never fail to be there, capturing every single emotions of their client.
Selfie is meant for social media only, and is very unprofessional. A professional photographer will take photos of the surroundings, decoration and guests in creative angles. So when you put all the photos in an album, you’ll get to reminisce about the event down to the tiniest details. Unlike selfie photos, you can only see faces covering 95% of the frame.