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It can be a challenge to find the right photographer for your life’s events and even harder for photographers to get their name out so you can find them. We’ve come up with a solution: Eventfuli is here to match people who need photography for their wedding, head shots, corporate events, parties and more with photographers who specialize in just what they need! Search filtered lists of exceptional photographers who will be standing by to share portfolios and quote jobs.

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The More the Merrier

Wedding Photographers are good at Wedding Photography. Baby Photographers are good at Baby Photography. Pet Photographers are good at… you guessed it! Pet Photography! The point here is that different stages of your life are going to require different types of photographers. And the really good photo pros will never try to tell you they can take all the photos, […]

Stop Relying So Much on Photoshop

Stop Relying So Much on Photoshop Part of the purpose of these blogs is to help smooth out the details that will let you see better profit margins without needing to increase price or sacrifice quality. At Eventfuli, we care about helping photographers have successful photography businesses that translate to happy clients. One of our suggestions is to STOP relying […]

To Filter or Not To Filter?

In the new age of digital photography, a lot of the “old school” ways have been falling to the wayside.  Things like dark rooms, film, handheld light meters.  Ever use one?  Although still great parts of the photography world – mostly in alternative process – somethings must change to make more efficient work flows.  One thing that I have noticed being used less and less are filters.  Filters are a way of “old school” that should be recommissioned, dusted off and put back on that camera.