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    ClickTog
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    How can people shoot at this standard  https://www.facebook.com/TheJoshuaTreePhotography/photos/a.533168156821511.1073741842.512870855517908/533168203488173/?type=1&__mref=message_bubble    and this  https://www.facebook.com/TheJoshuaTreePhotography/photos/pb.512870855517908.-2207520000.1430842542./533167346821592/?type=3&theater and advertise themselves out as professional photographers at £70/$106 per hour, perhaps ignorance is bliss.

    #25489

    How can people shoot at this standard … and advertise themselves out as professional photographers at £70/$106 per hour, perhaps ignorance is bliss.

    To my literal mind, that’s not the real question; it’s easy to shoot at that standard, put a flash in the hot shoe and rotate the camera. It’s easy to advertise. Perhaps less easy to think those photos are good enough to request money.
    The question I have is, how do they find people willing to pay?

    #25495
    picstop
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    My question is how do they come up with names like TheJoshuaTreePhotography1?

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    picstop
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    I’m sure she may be a fan or just of the religious connotations. It’s a mouthful though if she ever adds a .com to it. Thank goodness for bookmarks.

    #25501
    MKO
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    Some people just have different standards of good. It is puzzling to me how some people can like pictures like that, but it is just the same as somebody liking vegemite when I think it tastes disgusting.

    #25577
    Don
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    No shame. That’s how they do it.

    #25588
    wis277
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    This guy i know from work claims to have a lot of photography experience. What do you guys think.

    http://evoynophotography.weebly.com/portfolio.html

    #25591

    raccoon eyes, in focus backdrop wrinkles, girl on train tracks.  The wedding suits are black shapes with no detail.

    Lots of experience only equates to good photos if you learn from the experience.

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