Here are some example comparisons of budget photography vs high quality professional photography. Move your mouse over the image if you’re on a desktop. If you are viewing this on a tablet or phone, tap either side of the image to view more.
The image on the left slide is an untouched exposure straight from the camera. The right image is a fully processed image ready for client delivery. In every case there is a significant difference in the quality.
This example with the red livingroom trey ceiling required combining over thirty different captures to create the final image. The room had a very bad color cast. So we used a process called “Light-Painting” where we actually walk around the room with a flash on a monopod flashing exposures in every nook and corner to achieve accurate coloration and white balance. This was important because the session was for a design portfolio. The job had specific requirements to reproduce the colors of the room, fabric and textures accurately.
One more reason ProMedia Tours provides professional photography in Greater Nashville.