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    The Truth about Professional Photographers

    Found this on Youtube and thought it was chuckle worthy.


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    Well, I think she pointed something that is important:
    If the client cannot distinguish between an amateur and professional photograph then he won’t be willing to pay for the professional work.

    And he pointed something important as well:
    If the person can generate professional photographs (but randomly), would you risk hiring him for a one-time event (like your weeding)?

    I take photographs and I enlarge them but I have hired professional services (one as a wedding gift).
    So as pointed in another similar thread regarding professional photographers: good work (Art) speaks by itself.

    Again, Very interesting topic for us who loves photograph.
    Thanks Zake for the link.
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    Love the animation but the composition is way off. Subject matter needs attention.
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    Now thats funny !!
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    It does make a good point..... Shoot with a BB gun, it's better than a Canon.
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    Smile Great

    Defo worth a look lol

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    Thumbs up

    Haha - that's a classic!

    (That was my first post. How did I go?)

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    lol @ Deputy Dipshit!
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