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Mediating Through A Photographer’s Lens

Mediating Through A Photographer’s Lens

Whether I’m looking to shoot a subject or capture memories, I don’t immediately whip out my camera and start snapping. The same preparation goes into getting ready for a mediation. I do not just show up on the day of mediation and walk in and start the mediation. I first have to ask several questions of myself.

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