The Job of a Photographer
Gary Dymally,left, filming at ProBowl, and right, at the Kamehameha Day Parade.
The digital age has made taking pictures a snap. No film to develop. Being able to see your photos immediately and share them via the internet. But taking pictures does not make someone a photographer. A photographer's job is to produce and preserve images that paint a picture, tell a story, or record an event. To create commercial-quality photographs, photographers need technical expertise, creativity, and the appropriate professional equipment, from lenses, filters, and tripods to flash attachments and specially constructed lighting equipment—to improve the quality of their work.
I've been a photographer for 30 years and a videographer for 10 years, specializing in:
- Sports Team Pictures
- Individual and Family Portraits
- Holiday or Seasonal Portaits
- Weddings, Reunions, Graduations and other special events