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  • Kevin

    Thank You great information,
    I was bit as well
    but you hit a bottom, about the photo session, I agreed to do a senior photos session, my sons girlfriend, I agreed to do the shot no fee in the shot but I wanted 5 other seniors to call for a paid session with them, and you pay for the prints that you want. I contacted several times and contacted via Facebook and phone and asked to have her mother call me nothing.

  • Anders Dahl

    August looks interesting, but I’m not eager to sign up for something new. It looks very similar to Behance from Adobe, which is rarely mentioned in social media, but used heavily by pro visual artists.
    btw. I had a bit of a hard time finding August, but their url is https://www.agst.co/