You’ve been offered a job, there’s good money involved, and you’re available, but you find yourself contemplating whether or not to accept it. As far as you know, this is not "clientzilla," but it is a political candidate that stands for everything you don’t. Worse still, you’re expected to capture them in a positive light for a political campaign. So, what do you do?
Videographer Mark Roberts, using his own experiences, explains why this can be a complicated situation and what to consider before making a decision. As a photographer, you’re an artist with passion and values, but you’re also a professional with a business to run. The question is: where do you draw the line?