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Pam Moleski

ShootDotEdit’s Wedding Photographer Contract Guide

The Dos & Don’ts of Wedding Photographer Contracts   Learn how to protect your photography business, your images, and your wedding clients with smart, well-thought-out contracts when you download “The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Photographer Contracts”.  This free guide was created by the team over at ShootDotEdit with contributions from agree, FyrFly-SongFreedom, fotoskribe, and...
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Exposing Risky Behavior on Railroad Tracks

  As a professional photographer, safety for you and your clients is your top priority. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t be conducting portrait sessions on or near railroad tracks.  You can view our previous Rail Safety for Photographers post outlining those reasons here. These six “must-know” facts for photographers, from Operation Lifesaver, offer...
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Exposed: The Risks of Photographing on Railroad Tracks

  How many more news stories will we see before photographers stop the dangerous and illegal practice of photographing on railroad tracks? We’ve all likely seen some of these (or similar) headlines: “An Adventurous Life Cut Short on the Railroad Tracks” “Man Killed by Train During Photo Shoot in Downtown Fresno” “Another Person Killed by...
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