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Having a photo rep may mean access to new clients, help with marketing, negotiating, accounting, and an overall support system. But how do you lock this partnership down? The world of photo representation may be illusive to many, which is why we’re tackling it head on in our guide,Tips to Getting a Photo Rep.


Inside, check out interviews from photographers on pitching a rep and sealing the deal, plus hear from reps at Jed Root, Glasshouse Assignment and NatGeo Creative who share how they find new photographers and what it’s like to work with someone for the first time.


Tips to Getting a Photo Rep

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