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Sean Flanigan on process

As long as people are in the frame I’m pretty happy. You didn’t ask but what I don’t like is big productions, I’m way too impatient to work with strobes or teams to get a job done, not that I don’t appreciate well lit photography and big production work, it’s just not my cup of tea. I try to keep it as simple as possible.”
— Sean Flanigan

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