At Wiclink Solutions, we have the latest modern types of equipment that are used in photography.
Our high-end cameras and professional photographers will take the best of photos that are sure to capture memories. We do both cooperate, party and individual photo shoots. We also edit the photos that we take so that they may look their best.

Reasons Photography Matters

1. Our photographs tell us what is important to us.
When you ask people what possessions they would rescue from their burning house, one of the most frequent answers is a photograph album or a computer with all their digital images.
Interesting, isn’t it? We would grab photos over valuable jewellery, even in moments of panic. This impulse to save our recorded memories is a powerful force, one that tells us much about the role of photography in our lives–and speaks to our constant desire to distil our most precious moments into images.
We preserve the important events and people in our lives. The ceremonies of birth and birthdays, marriages and anniversaries, holidays and new houses are all recorded because they matter.
Photographs are our personal story, a timeline of our lives filled with faces and places we love. They are our story, which we can then share with others.
Ultimately, the thousands of images we take come together to form a narrative of our lives.

2.Photographs are part of our legacy.
I remember sitting on a train as it passed a playground where children were standing at attention for the annual school photograph. In the front row sat the teachers, and behind them, hundreds of children were neatly preened and uniformed. For the briefest second, the entire assembly was motionless. We passed just as the photographer clicked the shutter.
Then, as if in slow motion, the vast group scattered as children escaped their enforced immobility. The neat rows dissolved and broke down into individuals who were kicking balls or huddled with friends.
None of those children realized the photograph was probably going to outlive them. A couple of generations later, the school photo might resurface among old papers in an attic, and someone would search for their grandfather among the fresh, youthful faces.
Photographs matter because they freeze moments of our lives that pass unremarkably and seem to have little importance. The significance of a photo might not even be ours–instead, it might be for others who search for the person we once were or the places we once knew.
Each photo can be a small piece of a jigsaw that completes the larger picture of our lives.

3. Photographs allow us to share and to communicate.
Images are much more than a simple record. Photography speaks to the best and most generous part of our human nature–the desire to share what we find beautiful and interesting with others.
You only have to look at the multitude of photo-sharing sites to see this impulse at work, where millions of people share their personal, passionate, and sometimes quirky take on the world around them. Our images can share our lives with strangers. How powerful is that?

4. Photography makes us artists.
Photography allows us to express ourselves through an art form. We notice a beautiful landscape or an older man’s lined face, and we want to capture it.
Each of us will have a different reason to take a photo, but we all want to create something.
However, humdrum our nine-to-five lives may be, the creation of an image makes us an artist. It feels good.

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5. Photography is a complex language.
Our images can express joy and sorrow, wonder and sympathy. Every human emotion can find a place in photography.
I never valued my photographs of overcast landscapes for many years because I believed there was no beauty in a land with muted colours and a leaden sky. I wanted the land to be alive with colour and vibrancy.
However, the lack of colour in a landscape does your search for other things that often go unnoticed in bright sunlight. This could be the symmetry of hills or a tree standing out from a forest of thousands.
To expand this further:
I have suffered from depression for most of my adult life, and photography gives me a language to express feelings to find no words. We have a miserably poor vocabulary for mental illness, but photography has allowed me to develop a visual language for some of my most difficult emotions.
6. Photography has the power to move us.
Photographs can grab our attention and address to our emotions. On a more subtle level, photography teaches us lessons about a whole range of emotions. Grief has the power to wash away the brightness and colour of our lives. There is no magic way to restore these. We have to be patient. But while waiting, we can search for the shapes and patterns present in the greyness. They will lead us back to colour, eventually. During moments of great sorrow in my life, I have used images to express that hope of returning colour.
Photography, at its best, is a powerful language that speaks to our emotions. It allows us to tell our story and shows others our framing of the world.

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The photos that they took helped me promote myself as a brand and a model. They are professionals and good at what they do.
Lilian Mwikali


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