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I love it when clients spend $3,000+ with me. I love having that money in my checking account. I love the idea that the energetic exchange of my time/talent/love is equal to the energy of the investment of their financial investment in the art we create together. Sometimes, though, I have a client in my ordering […]

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Many photographers I know like to slowly transition their boudoir photography clients into their ordering appointments with a slideshow of images. There are lots of solutions out there to create fancy slideshows, but I prefer to keep mine simple–and FREE. How? I use Windows Movie Maker, free software for PC. (If you’re on a Mac, […]

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We are looking for contributors to write about the business & art of boudoir photography. Please read the following info, and if you’re interested, please email me at lynn@lynnclarkportraits.com with your name, a link to your website, and a couple of ideas that you’d like to write about. JOB DESCRIPTION 1. Create publication-ready content including […]

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If you don’t have kids, you may not be familiar with The Monster at the End of This Book, which stars Grover. Through the whole book, he’s scared that there is a monster at the end of it, and he builds all sorts of walls and devices to protect himself by keeping you, the reader, […]

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If you’re a boudoir photographer, chances are pretty good that at least a handful of people have posted a link to “the letter”–the one from the husband to the photographer, writing about his dissatisfaction with the retouching she did on his wife’s boudoir photos. (Read it HERE.) Victoria Caroline Boudoir, based near San Antonio, Texas, wrote […]

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