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a professional photographer or personal camera???

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1. Posted by hash123 (Budding Member, 8 posts) 7 Apr '11 01:08

hey guys!!!

how is everyone? what you think is better to hire a professional photographer during a journey or taking pictures by personal camera? which seems to be a more better option? Guys need your help on this please....
thanks :)

2. Posted by theozed (Budding Member, 22 posts) 7 Apr '11 02:50

What sort of journey is this such that you would require the services of a professional photographer? Do you need the photos for business or intend to publish them somewhere?

Surely hiring a professional is going to cost you a fortune compared to taking your own personal camera.

[ Edit: Edited on 07-Apr-2011, at 02:53 by theozed ]

3. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5579 posts) 7 Apr '11 03:49

Are you Donald Trump? I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but this is a really dumb question...

4. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru, 1575 posts) 7 Apr '11 10:59

hash123, your Original Post makes no sense whatsoever.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

Cheers,
Terry

5. Posted by Amydiaz11 (Budding Member, 21 posts) 3 May '11 21:32

Hey you are the one who is supposed to take photos on your trip. Imagine the experiences while taking photos, you see the world in your perspective and that is more close to the heart.. Go ahead and take pics yourself..

6. Posted by kidcincinnati (Budding Member, 6 posts) 24 May '11 11:26

hire me.
for a price i will go anywhere
:)

kidcincy

7. Posted by mcphersonsammy (Budding Member, 40 posts) 16 Jul '11 00:52

It would be better to have your personal camera. If you're going to hire a pro, it would cost you a lot. It depends on your purpose, though. If you simply like to take pictures, why not take them yourself?

8. Posted by abbaskywalker (First Time Poster, 1 posts) 16 Jul '11 02:41

you are wrong guys, it's not all about money.. we people try to catch the moment by taking it's photo. But actually, we lose it by looking it behind cameras.