Let’s face it if you’re not an actor or in the public eye, you’re probably uncomfortable being photographed.
That’s ok, I know I am that’s why I became a photographer, “problem solved”.
This usually stems from embarrasing photos taken by your so called friends at a party shown on Facebook and other web sites.
Or maybe when your parents made you wear that really ugly sweater for the family holiday portrait.
Please remember this. This holiday season don’t subject your kids to the same abuse.
Stop the cycle now!
I’ll be selling t-shirts and bumper stickers backstage after the show.
But I digress.
Whatever the reason, we need to overcome the fear to put our best face forward.We are now adults in business and need to portray a visage of professionalism and capability.
Too many times photographers hear “Uggh, I hate having my picture taken”.
We as professionals are there to help you, unlike that backstabbing _____________, that wants your job.
We are there to work with you and to make you look good. You know, like the old adage “If you don’t look good…”
next time some tips.