The Loss Of Susan CarrDPMag Published in Blog
The photography world lost a wonderful leader, educator and advocate last week. Susan Carr passed away too young after a battle with cancer. She was a source of photographic inspiration for me personally, particularly in matters outside the realm of traditional photographic "how to" technical advice. Namely, she was expert in inspiring photographers to find their own personal vision, as well as offering a voice of reason and guidance in business matters that affect all who try to earn income from their photographs. I recommend that you peruse past posts from the ASMP Strictly Business blog to get a better idea of the wonderful insights Ms. Carr regularly shared, and to understand a little better what our community has lost.
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