How to handle being unprepared and working with difficult clients

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How to handle being unprepared and working with difficult clients

Have you ever been put in a situation that you weren’t totally unprepared for? As a photographer/videographer it happens to me ALL THE TIME! On top of that sometimes you get put in these situations by clients that are very difficult to work for. Im sure this only happens to me.

Well when life hands you lemons you make lemonade! You know the saying. The point is you are better served by making the most of every opportunity you are given. EVEN and ESPECIALLY the difficult ones.

I have found that these difficult situations actually force a better creativity out of me than does finding myself in the perfect situation. 

Here’s an example… In this case I didn’t have the gear I needed, I was hungry, I was in a crowded restaurant, and the client well he was a BIG BABY!!!!!

ENJOY!!!!

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The Cost

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The Cost

A few weeks ago as a family we had the chance to visit an old church outside Bandera Texas.  I've been able to visit several old churches with a lot of history and always feel a great sense of gratitude and appreciation.  Knowing how much an individual sacrificed to establish a church and bring the gospel to that local community is something admirable.  Everyone's story is different but you can bet where there was an intention to establish a church there was opposition to overcome.

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The Lens You Look Through

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The Lens You Look Through

We all have a unique perspective on life.  It's the great thing about being an individual.  We have our own set of lenses that allow us to see the world differently than others may.  And that perspective causes us to react differently in different situations.  Some people love the details in situations and others would rather look at the world in a more wide open view and take in the full picture and not worry about the details.

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Trip To Bandera

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Trip To Bandera

Over the weekend we took a family adventure to the cowboy capital of America.  The city of Bandera, Texas.  It was a very cool city to experience and I can't wait to go back.  It literally is declared the Cowboy Capital of America so the history in this little town of under fifteen hundred people is pretty remarkable.  We were able to see an old western shootout and walkthrough main drag of town, left to imagine what it would have been like back in the day.

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