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    Photographers in Kill Devil Hills

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    Business Listing   Gordon Kreplin, Photographic Artist - Kill Devil Hills, NC - Phone: (252) 489-4911

    Business Listing   Walgreen Drug Stores - Store Information - Kill Devil Hills, NC - Phone: (252) 441-1127

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    Helpful Definition for: Photographers

    Photographers are individuals who take photographs either for making money or as a hobby. Photographers who have made photography as a means of earning, are referred to as professional photographers, whereas, those who take photographs just for the sake of pleasure are known as amateur photographers.

    Professional photographers in Kill Devil Hills can be of different types based on their field of photography, namely wedding photographers, portrait photographers, medical photographers, photojournalists, etc. The photographers in Kill Devil Hills may be associated with organizations, or may work as freelancers. Freelancers, like the paparazzi, take photographs and often sell them to media houses and other prospects. The subject of photography is also another factor, based on which the photographers in Kill Devil Hills are classified.

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