Hannah Woodard Photography
Areas of service:Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Greer, Hendersonville, Easley, Simpsonville, Taylors, Seneca, Inman and , Piedmont.
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About Hannah Woodard Photography
Hi, Iím Hannah Woodard. I am a Greenville, SC photographer specializing in wedding and portrait photography. I also shoot fashion and interiors. I have been in business since 2011. I serve the upstate of South Carolina primarily but am available for travel as well.
My mission is to provide my customers with exceptional images at affordable rates. I believe that photographs are essential for preserving memories, and having a professional to capture those precious memories shouldn't be a luxury product but should rather be accessible to everyone.
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Questions and answers
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
You should definitely ask to take a look at a photographer's portfolio to see what kind of style they have.
For example, if you're looking for a very traditional wedding photographer, look for someone with more posed pictures in their portfolio. If you prefer a "candid" or "photojournalist" style, look for some of those. While a good photographer will try to accommodate your ideas and style, photographers will be much more comfortable working within their own niche, and you'll get a better result.
- Tell us something customers may not know about you.
While I shoot digital for most of my clients, my first love is film photography. I have been darkroom trained and love the magic of developing film and printing photos - labor-intensive though it might be. Film has a dreamy, nostalgic quality to it that is difficult to reproduce in digital. If you want your session to be done in film, this is always an option!
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
I specialize in wedding and portrait photography.
I take "portrait" to mean any form of photography focusing on people, so this includes engagement pictures, maternity pictures, family portraits, and more.
I also have a growing portfolio of fashion work as well as interiors and commercial.
- How did you get started?
I've always enjoyed photography, but it wasn't until I took a photography class in college that I realized that photography was what I wanted to do with my life.
- What information do you recommend to have readily available before looking for a professional in your trade?
Have a list of desired shoot dates and a calendar ready before you call your photographer - this will make the scheduling process easier. Keep in mind that if you're booking a wedding, you may want to meet up with your photographer to get to know one another and to make sure that they are a good fit.
If you're booking a "photojournalist" style portrait session (as opposed to one in a studio), have a mental list of locations you might want to work with - and be creative! Your photographer probably has some ideas, but if you have a place or an idea no one's thought of before, they will LOVE working with you!
- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
I always provide small, watermarked copies for "social sharing" purposes for free with any session, so you can share with your friends and family at no extra cost. Additionally, I have print options and digital copies available, as well as photo memory books.
- What do you wish customers knew about your profession or trade?
Many people think that photography is all about having "nice gear". I've heard several times, "Wow, you have a really nice camera - it must take great photos." While a lack of good gear can limit a photographer, a camera never makes a photograph - that's the photographer. Much more goes into a shot than a simple click of the shutter.