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  • Hobbyist Photographer
  • Around 4 months experience
  • I work for either pay or trade depending on assignment
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Lifestyle, Portrait and Promotional

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I often see lists of things photographers forbid during a session or rants on their blogs or other negative communications all over the place on their website. Whoa! It’s possible to make your policies and boundaries known without giving the impression that your clients will have a negative experience with you.

I keep my voice positive, unless of course my target audience is angsty teens. This is something I’ve also been trying to keep in mind on my social media, even my personal page. It’s easy to get sucked into the trap of whining or complaining, but what kind of community do you want to create with your social media?

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