Feedback from clients
Getting feedback from clients is the most valuable information a photographer can have. Obviously we all want people to like our images but we shouldn't be surprised if they are not universally admired, so positive and constructive negative feedback is always welcome. Great photographs should convey meaning and so it would be highly unlikely they would appeal to everyone.
Whilst I enjoy having 'likes' on social media sites, such as Facebook or Twitter, getting messages from clients is so much better as it gives more detail and means people are really engaging with my art, particularly they are accompanied by a photo showing one of my pictures hanging in pride of place in their home.
This picture has proved very popular it, as well as others from the series, are available from £25 (unframed) and £50 (framed).
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