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Eric McCormick Photography

Howard

I provide a wide photography services; Weddings, B'nai Mitzvahs, Birthday Parties, Baptisms, Corporate events, Professional Headshots, Family Portraits and much more! I work with a local but nationally recognized print house for all my printing needs. I do not do on site printing at this time. You can see some of my work at https://mccormick.photography/portfolio/

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What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?

There are 4 parts to a great photo; the camera, the subject, the lighting and most importantly the person holding the camera. It isn't enough to just have good lighting or have a good camera or have a beautiful subject, you also need someone who knows how to bring all them them together to compose a photograph.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

Who, what, where, when, why, how and budget.
Who is getting photographed (single person, specific groupings, a little here and there)
What is the event (single person, small gathering, large gathering, conference) ?
Where is the event(next door, 10miles away, 2 states away)?
When is the event(next weekend, 2 moths away, next year)?
Why is this event special(wedding/celebration/gathering/professional recognition)?
How is everything coming together (DJ/Band/Officiant)?
Is what you are asking for able to be done within your budget?

What do you love most about your job?

People liking their photos so much that they are looking for an excuse to hire me again

What inspired you to start your own business?

Having people tell me that my photos are good and that I should start charging people.

Why should our clients choose you?

Photography is not my full time job but I do it because I enjoy it and I want the people I am doing photography for to be happy. I know the value of what I do and I charge accordingly even though some tell me I should charge more.

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