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Aaron Lewis Photography
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Hey I just found a great way to piss off a bunch of people all at once.

Tell them the truth!

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From my fist equestrian shoot. 10/23
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May I introduce, Monay Joiner and Jenny La Loka
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Nice head shot from a recent session with Elizabeth
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Beach shoot, Manchebo Beach, Aruba
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Looking for some contest help
Visit this page and VOTE for Janis Sunshine by liking and leaving a comment

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All my G+ friends, come enjoy my Facebook portfolio and like my page

https://www.facebook.com/Aaron-Lewis-Photography-1517825621817866/photos_stream?tab=photos_albums

You know, sometimes life is good. My wife and I are heading to Aruba tomorrow for our annual 2 adventure. Having been there before we know a few people on the island including a model who I worked with on a commercial shoot a few years back.

When I told her we were heading down she asks me if I'd do a maternity shoot while I was in town. Let's see; beach, sunset, and one of my favorite genre.

Yeah I'm in

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I've run a poll similar to this in the past but I'd like to ask again. This is mostly for photographers or anyone who may have an opinion as a potential customer.

Photographer has a website. Photographers works in many genre and is interested in a very devise client base. Photographer is perfectly happy to shoot senior portraits, family photos, head shots, graduations, whatever.

BUT, photographer also has business shooting boudoir, art nudes, tattoos and pin-up.

How do you address that on your website. Do you think having a password protected gallery with warnings detours the customers who may want graduation photos? Simply because it's the same website?

Does this really constitute 2 different identities and 2 separate websites?

The 2 schools of thought are
1. Eww, I don't want that creep taking my daughters graduation pictures.
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2. It's all part of the job, I just won't look at that gallery but I don't care what other type of work he does. It simply makes no difference.

So when seeing a risqué gallery on a photographers website  how do you respond say if you were looking for senior photos or a wedding or graduation.
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That has no bearing on what I want done
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There should be 2 seperate websites
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I wouldn't have you work with my child
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