By Emily SancettaPosted September 08, 2018 08:06:20As you may or may not have heard, Pittsburghers are really good at finding out when a photographer is a photographer, so I thought I would do a post on finding out if there’s a difference between someone who is an assistant or someone who has been an assistant.
I have seen a lot of the following posts, but it was not clear what to think of them.
The most common response was that a photographer assistant does not have to be an assistant, they just have to have a high degree of experience.
So, the question is, are these people assistants?
I think they are, but not everyone is a good judge of their ability.
It depends on what the situation is.
For example, if I’m in a situation where I have to photograph something and I am asked to take a photo, I would say, well, I’ve been asked to do this, but I am not an assistant and I do not have any experience.
If I am a photographer and I want to take photos, I do need a high level of experience and a high sense of curiosity.
This is an example of someone who was an assistant before and now has experience.
That might be a different person, but someone who’s an assistant can do a good job.
Another person that was mentioned in the discussion was someone who does a lot with the camera.
This person is someone who did a lot to get the best photos, but that doesn’t mean they have to become a photographer.
In fact, I think the best photographers have been assistants.
I would think they would be able to recognize that and say, I’m not an assistants, but if you ask me to take the photo, it would be better if I am an assistant instead of a photographer.
“A photographer’s assistant might not be an absolute liability, but for those of us who work in the business, we need to consider the potential risk associated with someone who might be an occasional photographer.
Are they someone who just doesn’t like to be in the field?
Are they a bit of a pushover?
Are the negatives of their work not worth the hassle?
There are a lot more variables involved.
There are the potential pitfalls, the opportunities, the unknowns, and the unknown possibilities.
These are all things that photographers have to keep in mind.
If you have a client who wants you to do something, you want to do it.
If you have the opportunity to be the best photographer on the planet, then you will do it, no matter what.
You can’t have that option when your work is under constant scrutiny.
So you need to make sure you are comfortable with the risks that are associated with your work.
If it’s a job where you are constantly judged and judged negatively, then your work might not matter as much.
You may feel you have to take risks, but you can do the job if you want.