4 thoughts on “Why use a Professional Photographer for Social Media

  1. Peter, as you know web sites and social media are the new phone book and card roller decks. In the past year our business portraits have increased dramatically. As clients research businesses online they are looking at the profile photos as well. All business / professionals that want to potential clients to view their site should have a good Portrait or photograph to represent them. If they don’t have our studio do it for them, make sure to find a true professional to hire.

  2. Thank you for sharing. I’m researching the trend of professional photography for head shots and social media and this provided solid tips.

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