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    Canon CN-E 50MM T1.3 on the Canon EOS R
Photo by @samguw_bts —————————————————————
We are now selling Camera Top Handles! 
Click the link in our bio to get one! www.cameraframesshop.com

    Canon CN-E 50MM T1.3 on the Canon EOS R
    Photo by @samguw_bts —————————————————————
    We are now selling Camera Top Handles!
    Click the link in our bio to get one! www.cameraframesshop.com

    2,588 13 19 hours ago

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    Inevitably in any creative job, you come across clients that can be challenging to handle or might say something that is difficult to respond to. For me, that happened recently. I was hired to shoot and edit a couple of videos and the job was confirmed. During a meeting, i was told that based on my portfolio, their internal video team could do a better job than me. I was stunned for abit, but thankfully after countless meetings with different kinds of situations, I managed to handle the situation better than I expected. I responded with, "I'm sure they could, but we'll do our very best on this project." Whilst the initial reaction would be to overreact, sometimes, it's better to throw away your ego and always be be respectful. Never retaliate in anger and be the bigger person. I'm still continuing the job for my own personal reasons but I'm glad this happened. It gave me experience in dealing with challenging statements from clients. Do you have any experiences you've learnt from? How did you handle it?

Main photography account: @samguw 
#canoneosr #eosyouthambassador #samguw #canonmalaysia

    Inevitably in any creative job, you come across clients that can be challenging to handle or might say something that is difficult to respond to. For me, that happened recently. I was hired to shoot and edit a couple of videos and the job was confirmed. During a meeting, i was told that based on my portfolio, their internal video team could do a better job than me. I was stunned for abit, but thankfully after countless meetings with different kinds of situations, I managed to handle the situation better than I expected. I responded with, "I'm sure they could, but we'll do our very best on this project." Whilst the initial reaction would be to overreact, sometimes, it's better to throw away your ego and always be be respectful. Never retaliate in anger and be the bigger person. I'm still continuing the job for my own personal reasons but I'm glad this happened. It gave me experience in dealing with challenging statements from clients. Do you have any experiences you've learnt from? How did you handle it?

    Main photography account: @samguw
    #canoneosr #eosyouthambassador #samguw #canonmalaysia

    1,075 11 15 hours ago