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Vital Signs: How to Handle Clients with Cameras - PPA Today

Vital Signs: How to Handle Clients with Cameras

Dear PPA Member,

When it comes to Italian food, my mother-in-law knows best. She knows what ingredients are needed, what temperature to set the oven and, honestly, I think she has some sort of special touch that makes whatever she prepares delicious. (It probably doesn't hurt that she's Italian!) Even if I think I can help out in the kitchen, I know better than to interfere. Making amazing Italian dinners is her thing, and I am more than happy to let her take the lead.

The same cannot always be said about your clients or, say, guests at your client's wedding. While you are the professional photographer, others may not hesitate to step in with a camera of their own. That is why this week's Vital Signs addresses the topic of clients with cameras and how to handle those sensitive situations. After all, you want your clients to be return clients and enjoy their time with you (just like I continue to go to my mother-in-law for home-cooked meals).

Christel Aprigliano
Director of Member Value & Experience

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