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The Distinction Between a Professional Wedding Photographer and a Portrait Photographer

Updated: Mar 28, 2023

At Jacob Malone Photography, we understand that finding the right photographer for your wedding or portrait can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it can be difficult to know where to start. That's why we're here to help you understand the differences between a professional wedding photographer and a portrait photographer.



Professional Wedding Photographers:

Wedding photography requires a unique set of skills. Professional wedding photographers have the ability to capture candid moments, create stunning compositions, and work with natural lighting. They are also skilled at posing individuals and groups to create beautiful, memorable images that will last a lifetime.


At Jacob Malone Photography, we believe that the key to successful wedding photography is to build a relationship with our clients. We take the time to understand your vision and work with you to create the perfect shots. We also understand that weddings can be stressful, which is why we aim to make the photography process as smooth and stress-free as possible.


Portrait Photographers:

Portrait photography is all about capturing the essence of an individual. Portrait photographers are skilled at creating images that showcase the unique qualities and personalities of their subjects. They are also skilled at working with different lighting conditions and backgrounds to create stunning images.


At Jacob Malone Photography, we believe that portrait photography is all about capturing the essence of the subject. We take the time to get to know our clients, their personalities, and their style, to create images that truly showcase who they are. Whether it's a family portrait, senior portrait, or headshot, we work with our clients to create images that they will cherish for a lifetime.




The Differences:

While both wedding and portrait photographers require technical skill and an eye for composition, there are some key differences between the two. Wedding photography requires the ability to capture candid moments, work with natural lighting, and create stunning compositions on the fly. Portrait photography, on the other hand, requires the ability to work with the subject to create a specific image that captures their essence.


Another key difference between the two is the length of time for the shoot. Wedding photographers typically work for several hours, capturing moments throughout the day. Portrait photographers, on the other hand, typically work in shorter sessions, with a focus on capturing a specific image or set of images.


Conclusion:

AtJacob Malone Photography, we believe that both wedding and portrait photography require a unique set of skills. While there are differences between the two, both require technical skill, an eye for composition, and the ability to create stunning images. If you're looking for a photographer for your wedding or portrait, we would love to work with you to create images that you will cherish for a lifetime.


Contact us to start planning your wedding videography and photography. We’re proud of our work, and so are our brides, take a look at our FaceBook @Jacob Malone Photography for more details on our work.



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