Part of my job is spent convincing people that they need to be photographed. (Because they do.) I've recently realized that isn't enough. What good is it to build a legacy if it isn't documented and shared? Being photographed is step 1, but there's also everything that comes after—organizing, printing, compiling, and creating with your photographs in a way that tells your story—your legacy.
My goal is to help fill this gap. To teach you how to clear the chaos and take control of your photographs.
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