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    Getting in too Deep


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    Sadly there are cowboys in every profession - some that you'd like to see strung up
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    have a look at AIPP's facebook page if you wanna see the fallout
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    See......... That's what happens if you carry a canon. Police would not have been called if he had a Nikon.
    Bleeding ridiculas. How long did he think he could get away with it?
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    he's got red rings around all his lenses, I refuse to believe anything could go wrong!

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    One of the many reasons you should choose an AIPP photographer for your wedding!

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    No, choose a good professional, AIPP membership is a bonus but no precursor


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sobriquet View Post
    One of the many reasons you should choose an AIPP photographer for your wedding!
    And Mr Smith, in the article, used to be an AIPP member. How does choosing an AIPP photographer stop you getting ripped off. The AIPP doesn't payout to clients if things go wrong, etc. The AIPP is a body FOR professional photographers, not a protection mechanism for the client.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    The AIPP is a body FOR professional photographers, not a protection mechanism for the client.
    Just like the AMA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camerasnoop View Post
    Just like the AMA.
    Exactlly. The medical board in each state assumes the role of over-seer and has the power to de-register a medical provider, not the AMA. A de-registered medical provider can no longer practice. As photography is not a government registered profession, there is no equivalent in photography to the medical boards.

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