I guess the universe balances out, one fauxtog gained yesterday and from the looks of it one lost today. I wonder how many more of these we’re going to see in the coming years. On the plus side, there should be some cheap used equipment floating around.
That’s where I got my 100-400L – from a guy who took pictures of planes. Paid half price, and it’s in pretty damn good shape…
Is it bad that I really want to know where they’re at? 🙂
Grand Rapids Michigan.
lol. Two cameras, one memory card.
That’s what I thought, too. One memory card? Did he make clear to clients that he would shoot until the card was full? Oh, the silly stories of fauxtographers.
Believe it or not it’s totally common. I had to work with one idiot a while back who charged 4,000 per shoot because she was a “celebrity” but since “she didn’t shoot digi” she came to the 8 hour shoot with 1 memory card. I had to walk a MILE to the nearest Staples (THANK GOD there was one!) and buy 3 cards for her. I would have never hired her but she was a demand from the actress we were shooting- some Fauxtographers are connected and get PAID.
Now the person is starting a restaurant! Is there a website for faux restaurateurs?
lol need to sell as starting a restaurant.
LOL Well at least he knows how to sell his equipment.
Wait, this person had a “photography business” for 6 YEARS, they want over 9000 dollars for all this stuff, and they can’t be bothered to take even a couple photos of the items for sale? That’s rather ironic. They could at least post pictures of the camera equipment!
I am looking into my crystal ball….
FOR SALE: USED RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
Deep fryer, pans and pots, freezer/refir, counters and stainless bowls. Can’t take pictures, too many things. Must sell, starting a dog grooming business.”
Equipment for home photography business – $9000
Years of experience and talent – priceless
Cash or money order only? Is all that photo stuff “hot”? *scratches head*
Fast forward one year:
Your own Restaurant Business! Need to sell to join Circus.
Next stop – Robert Irvin’s Restuarant Impossible on Food Network…
Paid 13k for the equipment – used price – $6500 max – Wonder if he paid taxes on the income for the 6 years?
I could really use another 20D. Loved that camera. Wore mine out and now I have to shoot film…..
Film? How quaint! Do you know there’s a whole generation of people now who have no clue what it’s like to shoot with film. Or work in a darkroom.
Could be worse, needs to sell to become a surgeon. Eeeek!
My mind boggles!
Man now they are selling ovens with the green rectangle “auto everithing”?
Man now they are selling ovens with the green rectangle “auto everything”?