I have been making a switch over the last year or so and I am loving the results and client raves I am getting from it. What is that switch you ask? I have become a full-service photographer by making sure that at the end of the day I am not just handing over a disk with images and nothing physical to each client.
This article sums up why: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathleen-trenske/the-case-against-good-enough_b_2967170.html
I know what I do when I have digital images. They go into a drawer and are lost or never seen again. I will admit it, my wedding images are on a hard drive. I haven't looked at them in a few years, until yesterday, and I for sure don't have them on display in my home. It is one of those things I have always meant to do but haven't gotten around to. Part of my goals this year is to practice what I preach and finally make my wedding album. I want my kids to flip through my album over the years and ask questions about our wedding. I had a vision for what I wanted in wedding photos, got that, and never did anything with it.
This switch to becoming a full-service photographer vs someone who just clicks the camera and lets the client do the rest of the work is so much rewarding for my clients and also for me as an artist. I am here to plan out your session, take the images, and then guide you through the rest of the experience. At the end of it all, you get a beautifully packaged product that will be enjoyed by your family for years to come.
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