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The Epson SureColor line was designed with working photographers in mind.
Many photographers swear that printing changed the way they approach their work, and some images only seem to come into their own once they’ve been printed.
The average couple spends $28,000 on the wedding, with $2,400 on a photographer.
Those numbers, though, don’t accurately reflect a large portion of clients on the higher end of the scale, say luxury wedding photographers, who charge anywhere from $10,000 to $50,000 for their services.
For photographers, weddings have become a very lucrative business.
Photography operations was one of the biggest reasons that ATK’s staff wanted to get back into its test kitchen studios because while the photographers were working from home, they were not able to get help from the prep cooks or kitchen assistants.
He had a flashlight gun in his right hand, and a photographer's tripod was propped upright between his knees.
But Harvey remained impassive, detached, his eyes on the photographer's white muslin screen.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The friendliness of the photographer with his neighbours sufficiently authorized these communications like those of prisoners.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
Few districts offer better or more artistic subjects for the photographer's skill.

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