On Working for Free

Over at The Online Photographer, Michael Johnston takes on the idea of working for free … and how many people will complain about what you provide. For free.

There’s that problem: you can’t assume goodwill in response to an accommodation. Doing work for free is just as likely to disqualify you for future jobs as it is likely to qualify you for them. And, ironically, charging too little is often just an encouragement for people to think that you charge too much.

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