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Do I consider cultural background when photographing corporate portraits?

Yes, it is important to consider cultural background when photographing corporate portraits. Different cultures have different expectations and norms regarding dress, poses, facial expressions, and body language, and it is important to be aware of and respectful of these differences when photographing individuals from diverse backgrounds. For example, some cultures may prefer more conservative clothing and poses, while others may prefer a more relaxed and informal approach. It is important to research and familiarize yourself with the cultural norms of the individual you are photographing, and to be sensitive to any cultural or religious customs that may impact the photo shoot. In addition, it is important to communicate effectively with the individual and to establish a level of trust and comfort, particularly if they are from a different cultural background. This can help to ensure that the final portraits accurately reflect their personality and professional image, while still respecting their cultural background and individuality.

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