2014-05-17

Can't see the light? Don't lose your marbles! by Frank Donnino

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Frank Donnino has been proudly serving his clients for 34 years in wedding photography. Normally, I always visit the websites of  photographers of which I post videos. Frank surprised me with his
code of ethics that you must read to remember the basic:

SERVE YOUR CLIENTS AND ACT LIKE THEY ARE YOUR ONLY CLIENT YOU HAVE NOW - AND WILL EVER HAVE AGAIN!
His "code of ethics" that he passes along to other photographers - new and seasoned -are his highest benchmarks and they're not subject to negotiation. Sure he will make you think.

Next location, you know,  use your marbles!! ( Buy Marbles: biffleys.com)

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Read Frank´s "code of ethics" --> mybaldphotographer.com



4 comments:

Frank Donnino said...

Thanks for the post. Very surprised to see this. I hope it helps others!

Frank Donnino said...

The Code of Ethics can be found at www.MyBaldPhotographer.com/bs Thanks!

ISO 1200 Magazine said...

Thanks Frank.Great tutorial.!!

Daniel Ballard said...

Great idea, glad to see it posted. I do product shots, often in a light box but with jewelry or gemstones. So I bought this steel bearing 1" diameter and had it polished to a mirror. That gives me a good look in the box at the lights both diffused and sparkle for diamonds. And it gives me a great look at my own lens to clue me if that will show up in the big plain wedding band.