How do you become a Fashion/Model Photographer??
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16-07-12, 06:29 PM
Join Date: Dec 2011
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Really SunderlandPhotography you are just wasting your time and everyone else's. You refuse to listen to advice, dismiss the idea of full frame cameras even though they are suggested for landscape photography and you turn down offers of help.
I'm not wasting my money on something that I don't need. I may consider buying a full frame camera body WHEN I need to
A photographer offers you an assisting job but you prefer to " go out" on a friday night instead. Is there really any point in you bothering? Somebody needs to give you an honest reality check : There is no doubt in my mind whatsoever having looked at your photography and noted your attitude that you are never ever going to make the cut as a successful photographer. I do believe you like the idea of it and no doubt fantasise about being the next Rankin but you're not prepared to take on board advice, and have a stinky attitude which is always going to hinder you.
I had to go out because it was to do with my family. I couldn't get out of it. And I'm very glad I went.
Technically you don't even shoot in manual which is just one basic you need to master before even advertising your services. Just enjoy photography as a hobby is my advice to you.
Keep it as a hobby? Are you joking!! I DON'T THINK SO!
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