So a Photographer walks into a bar...

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  1. thebeginning

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    not really, it's a restaurant. good joke/idea though, anyway :)

    A photographer is eating in a restaurant. It's slow, so the waiter makes small talk, and asks him what he does.

    "I'm a photographer. I happen to have my portfolio handy. Would you like to see it?"

    "Sure!" says the waiter, and he pours over the beautiful work.

    "Wow! These are GREAT!" the waiter exclaims, "You must have a very expensive camera!"

    Taken aback a bit, the photographer responds, "Yea, I guess it's okay," and finishes his meal.

    At the end of the meal, the photographer calls the waiter over and says, "That was an excellent meal! Please tell the cook I thought he must have very expensive pots and pans!"
     
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    ROFL! That's so awesome! I love it! LOL
     
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    LOL
     
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    you hit that on the button.

    i hate that.

    i have a client that jokingly says that on occasion . . .
     
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    :lol: ..... thats spot on.
     
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    Reminds me of this cartoon...

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    I was just going to post that. :lol:

     
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    Funny thing is... that comment never bothered me until I actually started
    thinking about, planning and executing my shots. Before I started putting some
    thought, experience and even some post processing into my photos, I
    never really cared.
     
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    Oh boy, you have me going now. The more I think about this, the more I want
    to come back and type. This will turn into a "you know what I hate" thread now. Sorry Daniel. :)

    I hate it when people say, "my pictures never come out as good as yours
    do, my camera really sucks..." so I grab their little digicam, adjust the settings,
    (mostly crank the ISO down and shoot on something other than AUTO) and
    take a couple of pictures with their camera and say..."hmm, they seem alright
    to me" of course, I give it back after I change it all back to AUTO.

    :)
     
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    I did that at a concert on my birthday. This dumbass kept taking the same picture over and over again from pretty far away with the flash on and only got the guys head that was infront of her. She kept looking at the camera, then showing her friend then taking the exact same picture.

    I asked her if I could take some pictures for her.

    Changed the settings walked around and came back the about 8 amazing shots.

    She was all "OMG HOW'D YOU DO THAT"
    I replied "read the manual"
     

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