Difference between doing a wedding photo shoot with a professional photographer and an amateur photographer.
The differences in the quality of the result of a wedding photo shoot by a professional photographer and an amateur photographer are many. In this section you will find some of the most obvious differences that you can notice at a glance about the photographic work of a professional and an amateur:
The camera does not make the photographer.
We must know and understand that the camera does not make the photographer, but a professional camera equipment like the one we have at Call Me Petit helps a lot.
Jonathan Petit’s work focuses on capturing emotions with wedding photography. He creates photos with a very strong emotional connection, giving power to the images.
The point of view
One of the most contrasting points between a professional photographer and a novice is the photographer’s point of view or eye. A professional photographer like Jonathan, does whatever it takes to create high impact images, taking advantage of the beauty that Aruba has.
The composition and artistic structure of a photo are points that a photographer like Jonathan Petit uses to create these wonderful wedding portraits.
He takes advantage of the scenes that are being created at weddings, along with the wonderful environment and climate that Aruba offers, to create photos with a high level of composition, which will be kept for the wonderful memories of a lifetime after a wedding.
Difference in the final building
To get a high level photo, after taking them, a professional editing treatment is needed to achieve those beautiful finishes that Call Me Petit’s photos have. In Aruba we can find a lot of amateur photographers, who do not make a correct finish to the photos after a wedding photo shoot.