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Photography Trivia

Lesher-046• There are 250 million photos uploaded to Facebook daily. Instagram trails behind with around 40 million mobile uploads a day. (source: iStockphoto)

• The total number of photos on Facebook is 10,000 times more than the total number of photos in the U.S. Library of Congress, which document U.S. history since the beginning of time. (Crazy, right?)(source: iStockphoto)

• It’s estimates that on a whole, humans have taken over 3.8 TRILLION photos. Wow. To put it in perspective, the national debt today is 16.7 trillion.(Source: Buzzfeed)

• James Clerk Maxwell, a Scottish physicist, created the first color photograph in 1861. He photographed a tartan ribbon three times, using a red, blue and yellow filter, and combined the three images into the final color composite.(source: National Geographic)

• If you’re doing the Internet dating thing, here’s a tip for you: In terms of getting new messages, the MySpace shot (When the camera is placed above your head at an angle to take a myspace
picture) is the single most effective photo type for women. Men’s photos are most effective when they look away from the camera and don’t smile.(Source: OkCupid)

• Which side of your face do you consider to be your best? A study by Kelsey Blackburn and James Schirillo from Wake Forest University determined that the left side of your face are perceived and rated as more pleasant than pictures of the right side of the face, possibly due to the fact that we present a greater intensity of emotion on the left side of our face.(Source: Science Daily).

• Every 2 minutes today we snap as many photos as the whole of humanity took in the 1800s.
(Source: 1000memories)

• In 2012, 37% of the images in the US were captured using camera phones, but by 2015, that number is expected to be 50%.
(Source: National Geographic-April 2013)


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5 Steps To Selecting The Right Photographer For You

Your family portrait session lasts a few hours, but you’ll want to hold onto the pictures forever. Unfortunately, statistics show that many families take big risks with their memories…by simply not knowing what to look for when choosing a photographer. To help you select a photographer who will make your portraits one-of-a-kind, try these suggestions:
• Interview several photographers. Ask questions about their styles. Most photographers offer either traditional, posed portraits or a candid photojournalism style. Some offer a combination. Because many of you are from out of town, make some time to call several studios and simply talk to the photographer to see if they make you feel comfortable and if they can answer all of your questions.
• Look at samples. The internet has made this very simple. Google Myrtle Beach Photography or Myrtle Beach Photographers and go down the list looking for the style that most fits your needs. Usually the first page of photographers on google are the most popular. Look for the organic listings. These are the listings that are not paid ads and that google finds their content important. Paid ads may have (Ad) beside the listing or are in a shaded area at the top of the page.
• Develop a relationship. Look for a photographer who you are comfortable with. Remember, you are not hiring someone to simply take pictures, but to capture that perfect family portrait.
• Communicate. Make sure the photographer has a clear understanding of your expectations. Take the time discuss the services provided and the fees involved. This helps avoid any future misunderstandings.
• History. Photographers come and go, especially in the Myrtle Beach area. They are here one summer and gone the next. Ask during the interview process how long they have been in business. This will help determine if they are going to be around when it is time to complete your package. or Call 843-236-5403



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