Would you like to book a photographer for your wedding, business party or birthday?
Check out what we have to offer below for the most artistic and qualified photographers.
The photographers from Evenses Entertainment industry are suitable for everything from a wedding to a portrait photography session. What could be better than to capture one of the best experiences of your life forever? Our photographers ensure that this is done in a professional manner.
All photographers are personally hand-picked based on professionalism, experience and style. This is done by means of an introductory meeting and a test shoot, in which we select only the best photographers. In this way, we guarantee a professional, attentive photographer who delivers beautiful photos to you after the event.
The photos are always delivered digitally. The photographers walk around during your event and will provide the most beautiful pictures. You can also use our photographers to take photos of all the guests upon arrival.
Book a photographer for your festival, business party or reception
It is also possible to book a videographer at Evenses. Our videographers have extensive experience with filming for various occasions, such as business and birthday parties, and are also specialized in making wedding documentaries. We work as standard with a complete package, including all necessary equipment and its assembly. Videographers such as Common Wisdom are great options.
If you have any special personal wishes, we will, of course, take this into account. Request a no-obligation offer. We are available 24/7 by phone and e-mail for your questions regarding hiring a photographer.
You can also book photo booths if you want the guests to really have fun as this acts as an extra activity on your special day!
A piece of history about the photographer
In the 1820's, it was the French inventors Joseph Nicéphore Niépce and Louis Jacques Daguerre who invented modern photography. It was Niépce who had already succeeded in making the first optical photos in the years 1825 and 1826, by exposing a plate with a light-sensitive material in a camera obscura to light. However, it wasn't until Niépce began working in 1829 with Louis Daguerre, the inventor of the diorama, that the photographic process began to improve rapidly. Niépce was mainly concerned with improving photographic techniques, by conducting research into extending the shelf life of photos and facilitate focusing, while Daguerre mainly focused on improving the photo development process.
It was also during this period of history that the title 'photographer' become an occupation as a result of the rapid development and improvement of photography. Soon after the invention of photography, traveling photographers began to emerge more and more to take portraits of people all over the country. Of course at that time a photographer had to carry a lot more equipment than a modern photographer today, including a much larger camera, materials for developing photos, and sometimes even a tent that served as a dark room. This minimized the amount of professional photographers to just a few important businesses.
By the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, photographic techniques were so advanced that photography became accessible to a larger audience. This was largely due to George Eastman, the founder of the Eastman Dry Plate Company, and the first camera for the general public that he developed. This camera, named KODAK, entered the market in 1888 with a roll of film in each device and marked the end of the traveling photographer's era.
Each film roll from this camera could contain a maximum of one hundred shots. When the roll was full, the photographer could send the roll to the Eastman Kodak Company. This company printed the photos on the roll for a fee, and then sent it back to the photographer, plus a camera with a new roll. Despite this revolution, photography was of course still a fairly expensive hobby at the time. Nevertheless, the number of photographers and hobbyists started to grow rapidly from this period onwards, as a result of which the improvement of photographic techniques also gained momentum.
The next revolution in photography took place because of the commercialization of the personal computer in the 1970s and 1980s. The first commercially available digital cameras came out in the course of the 1990s and the beginning of the 21st century, increasing the quality of photos while the price of developing them began to decrease. The need for film-based photochemical development did not exist with digital photography. This trend and the speed with which it has taken place over the past ten to twenty years is perfectly illustrated by the growth of cameras on smartphones. Nowadays, anyone with a smartphone can take photos with a high resolution which was hard to find 20 years ago even for professional photographers. However, that certainly does not mean that a professional photographer does not represent significant added value.
What is the added value of a professional photographer?
With the beautiful photos that you see every day online and on social media, you would almost think that the profession of a professional photographer becomes superfluous. However, that is not the case at all, and certainly not when it comes to taking and editing the photos of a party or event. A professional photographer has a lot to offer when it comes to taking and later editing the photos.
An experienced professional understands the situations at your party or event well, and has a hand in often being in the right place at the right time to take a picture. He or she quickly understands how someone can best be photographed without necessarily posing, and knows the various positions the subject and camera should be in to take the perfect photos.
Professional photography is more than taking photos
Editing photos is perhaps even more important than taking the photo itself when it comes to professional photography. It's in the editing process that you often really start to notice the difference between good amateur photographers and experienced professional photographers. Every photographer processes photos his or her own way, and this is also what causes a great deal of variation in styles and quality among photographers.
Most professional photographers will be happy to discuss what kind of photos you are looking for in terms of the party or event that you are going to organize. Do you want the attention to be focused on certain places, moments, or people? Would you like to evoke a certain atmosphere with the photos that will be taken? By booking a professional photographer, you can take advantage of the knowledge and experience of that person to get exactly the photos that will do the event justice.
What Evenses can do for you
Booking a photographer does not have to be difficult at all, certainly not if you already know what kind of event you are going to organize and what role the photographer will play. So it is certainly useful to have a reasonably clear idea of that before you start searching to booking a photographer.
Contact Evenses today for a free non-obligation proposal for a professional photographer at your next event! You can submit a request by using the form on the website or by our event specialists an email or call! We are available seven days a week and are ready to find the perfect photographer for your wedding, party, corporate event, or any event.