Having a professional photographer capturing your special moments could be fun, but at times it can also be awkward. Awkward how? In the sense that two strangers are to spend an hour or two together as you have your photos taken. In the case that you happen to be with a group of people, it can be easier as you would get to bond with them throughout the session. However, when it comes to the time where you decide to go some on your own and decide to have a photographer to capture your solo trip - you might want to consider befriending your photographer for a better trip ahead. SweetEscape is here to give you great reasons as to why a SweetEscape photographer would be a great companion for your solo trip. Afterall, a new friend wouldn't hurt, right?
Perhaps you've decided to go on a solo trip somewhere far and exciting, but you'd like to have someone new to travel with you. Maybe you've had your fair share of family travels all these years, and those group travels with your friends have reached your limit. But you think to yourself, "Who should I go with for a safe but exciting journey?". Think no further! You've got a friend in friend in your SweetEscape photographer!
What's traveling without a great companion? What is a great companion anyway? Surely not a passive one. Most often then not, we prefer to travel with cooperative people who can exchange ideas with us. Up for that interactive museum just outside of the park? Or perhaps to check out that hidden park amidst the busy streets of New York City. With SweetEscape's photographer, we guarantee that you'll never run out of ideas for activities to do while you're there. Our photographers are mostly residents or frequent visitor of the places you want to go to.
If you happen to be the outgoing type of person, you even have the option of asking your photographer to get together for a bit after your session is over for some coffee or drinks.
Do you remember back in the days, when you used to go traveling with your folks or friends and would always be a part of a tour group? Those can be fun and exciting, as you're brought to the most awesome places you've never been before. But, let's admit it - tour groups can be quite hectic and intense, their schedules are always so tight! And maybe, you just happen to not be a map person where navigation is not your best skill out there.
With your SweetEscape photographer, you won't need to think about those hectic tour groups - you've got a photgrapher, a buddy and a map all in one package! Our photographers are highly knowledgeable about the best popular and hidden places in your city of choice.
SweetEscape photographers are very well aware of maintaining the comfort of their clients - they know their boundaries, in terms of what should and should not be done. So, don't worry about feeling like you'll be hovered by their presence, because they won't! Technically, you're still in a solo trip - with temporary company, and a useful one at that.
You'll still be able to do your own things afterwards, anyway. Just for the 1 or 2 hour session (depending on which one you choose). you'll be with your friend-ographer for the most part, and they can always give you a lot of great tips of cool spots to visit and even good food to try!
We know, your friends are perhaps the first people you'd think of when looking forward to having a great time. But honestly, how many friends of yours are willing to take hundreds of pictures for you just like that? Chances are, they would want to enjoy their time too, right? With your SweetEscape photographer, it's what we do, and we love it!
If you think that it's all strictly professional, it doesn't have to! Our photographers are very open and you'll feel a lot better once you're able to connect with the very person who is capturing your moments for you.
Whenever and wherever you decide to go on that long awaited solo trip of yours, book a session with SweetEscape and we guarantee you will have a great time with our photographers. We're here #ForEvery moment, so book your session today and let's #makelifememorable!