Photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup made this humorous 5-minute video imagining what a group therapy session for working photographers would be like.

Follow along as traumatized photographers (played by Tony and Chelsea) share about the frustrations and hurts caused by difficult clients to a therapist (played by Chelsea). The photographers are dealing with everything from friends and family who want them to work for free to Instagram models who fail to tag photographers after doing a time-for-print shoot.

We’re heard plenty of stories of photographers picking up cameras as a form of therapy for everything from loneliness to depression, but there are also photographers out there who need to put down cameras and find therapy for the challenges of their working life.

(via Tony & Chelsea Northrup via Fstoppers)





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