What is a travel photographer and why should you hire one?

You might very well be wondering what a travel photographer is; after all, it is a fairly new profession. A travel photographer is a professional you hire to document your vacation, whether it be your honeymoon or a family trip. By taking candid and posed photographs, your travel photographer will capture all aspects of your trip and let the images create a story. It'll make anybody viewing the photos feel as though they were there. 

Whether you're paying thousands of dollars on airfare and accommodations and taking time off of work or you're taking a road trip and camping out, you're going to want to capture the beauty of your trip. What better way to do this than by hiring a travel photographer? After all, photos may be the only memories you have after the trip is over, and I can guarantee you that they will be well worth sharing. 

By hiring a professional to document your vacation, you'll be able to enjoy the vacation more than you would otherwise, because you won't have to be carrying around a camera of your own. You won't have to worry about capturing every scene, because that's why you hired the photographer. You'll be able to enjoy the scenic views in real time instead of spending a good chunk of your trip behind your own camera or phone, which in the end may not take good quality images. Also, unless you ask a stranger to take a photo for you, there is a good chance you'll be missing an important person in the images, whether it be a family member or significant other. In the end, an image taken by a professional photographer will be high quality and you will easily be able to blow the image up if you want to place it on the wall, or have a photo album made. All in all, hiring a travel photographer is great for capturing those really special moments that may have gotten missed otherwise. 

If you're interested in learning more or you'd like to book me as your travel photographer on your next vacation, please send me a message with details about your trip, such as when and where you're going, how long you're going for and any other itinerary details that may be of interest.

Safe travels!

~ Cassandra