Oh, Snap!

October 2008
Back Stage East;10/9/2008, Vol. 49 Issue 41, p8
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The article discusses the factors that should be considered by theater and talent agents in the selection of photographer. It states that a photographer should a great personality and comfortable to work with. According to the author, women photographers are more artistic, and could build intimate relationship. A photographer should be knowledgeable on film and 35mm productions.


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