Want Excellent Prom Photos? Three Tips.

Prom Image by Firefly Event Photography

Prom Photos, Just Be You!

Here are another three tips for quality prom photos.

#1. Just Be You! C’mon this is going to be a fun night as long as you let it be so. Create the memories you desire! Relax and let your great personality show in your pictures.

#2. Don’t Photo Bomb! Now I am all for a funny pic but work to respect others at your prom by purposely staying out of the background of their image.

#3. Small Groups Work! Try to keep your group photos to 5 our less so that you get the best image possible. Unless you are dealing with a professional that is used to working with large groups of people you may want to avoid this possible time waster. Large group shots are awesome but don’t waste 10 minutes trying to get 16 people to pose and not bling for the perfect shot.

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Firefly Event Photography is high volume photography company that helps high school event sponsors add long term value to yearly dances, special events, and graduations.

Currently, professional photography for high schools lacks creativity, is costly, and includes a lengthy turnaround time. These issues have created a frustration from students, parents and sponsors that live in a world where photos are abundant and they don’t have to wait weeks to view and enjoy.

Our unique system and team of photographers provide multiple opportunities for every student to enjoy professional photography without excessive costs. By working with Firefly, our sponsors enjoy a worry free service knowing that the morning after the event their pictures will be ready to view, share and download for free, for life.

The reason I’m so committed to helping high schools is because I’m a former teacher, and I have witnessed the neglect by other photo companies toward schools that didn’t seem lucrative enough for them to show up to their events. I have also witnessed an almost hijacking of images unless the family was willing to pay a large sum of money for a product that didn’t improve even as the technology did.

But when schools bring in firefly, every student feels like the homecoming king, prom queen or the valedictorian.
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Pierce Brunson
(727) 599-6153