Started Jun 11, 2013 | Discussions thread
MoreorLess Veteran Member • Posts: 4,428
Aslong as its not a requirement...

The potential for harm from incompetent photography is obviously far less than most positions that need some kind of license to legally operate so I don't see much justification for that.

That said I do think event photography especially would benefit from some kind of industry standard to make it clearer to people what there potentially getting. The problem photography has I'd say is that its a service people use very rarely so theres little room for experience to shape the market from the consumers end, the potential fauxtographer might not last but if the market is still lacking the knowledge of what there getting when they buy cheap others will take their place.

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