A photograph paints a thousand words.
Since the advent of camera phones, everyone has been given the tools to become an amateur photgrapher.
But it's more than just the point and shoot.
Sometimes, the technology built into a smartphone is better than the DSLR that a professional photographer might use, but taking a photograph or video footage is more than the megapixels.
Time to find the right situation to capture, framing the shot and using the correct lighting and conditions will ensure that what is captured is perfect for our clients.
Both photographs and video footage then need to be edited depending on where they will be used - for photographs this might involve format, size and tweaks to the image while for video this could involve transitions, music and graphics.