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Bad, Beautiful, and College: 5 hrs Ok. This is NOT a joke. We paid a photographer, who claimed to be a professional, $250 for a family photo shoot. Please see these FOR REAL photos she delivered to us....She said the shadows were really bad on the beautiful, clear, sunny day and that her professor never taught her to retouch photos. Feel Magery by Lesa Hall C 2017 Magery by Lesa Hall IMagery by Lesa Hall O 2017 willow-wanderings: libertarirynn: r3druger: tiffanarchy: libertarirynn: siryouarebeingmocked: derpomatic: Holy shit she NPC’d them! You get what you pay for… Since when is $250 considered “cheap” for a family photo? what lol When you value a freelancer’s actual talent enough to pay then real money for doing a real job. Yeah, $250 is definitely on the lower end for professional photographs. I have quite a few photographer friends. As a mercenary soul-caputurer myself, yeah, you get what you fucking pay for. Photography has the same costs as any other business. The price you charge has to cover the cost of materials (film if you’re shooting old school, prints, maintenance for your camera whether analog or digital), labor (time spent setting up and shooting), and overhead (gas, food, website hosting costs, etc. if you need it to do some part of the job, it’s in your overhead). Now those are just your operating costs, if you want to actually make money you have to add a percentage for profit (e.g. operating costs + 20%). Let me give you non-photographers a frame of reference here. Paying $250 for a single-day private photo session on location (which means travel costs on top of everything else), is the equivalent of paying $50 for a huge ornate wedding cake you ordered the day before the wedding.This ‘tog is still severely unprofessional and unqualified, though. I consider myself still a beginner but taking good photos in bright sunlight isn’t hard, I do it all the time. Like literally three-quarters of my flickr is all natural light shoots, it’s easier than studio shoots in some ways (light source, directionality, and intensity is constant on a clear day; you don’t have to worry about flash timing; the only thing you need to control for is your camera settings, etc.). I really don’t understand how they screwed this shoot so badly.Other things wrong with this cheap shoot:Out of focusLow contrastLow saturationBad white balanceGrainyThere’s really no excuse for this, it’s all very basic stuff. I took ONE photography class in college and I’ve only been shooting off and on for a couple of years, and I could still do a better shoot than this. It’s not that this person’s professor didn’t teach them how to retouch photos, their professor didn’t teach them how to shoot at all.
Bad, Beautiful, and College: 5 hrs
 Ok. This is NOT a joke. We paid a photographer, who
 claimed to be a professional, $250 for a family photo
 shoot. Please see these FOR REAL photos she
 delivered to us....She said the shadows were really
 bad on the beautiful, clear, sunny day and that her
 professor never taught her to retouch photos. Feel

 Magery by Lesa Hall C 2017

 Magery by Lesa Hall

 IMagery by Lesa Hall O 2017
willow-wanderings:

libertarirynn:
r3druger:


tiffanarchy:


libertarirynn:

siryouarebeingmocked:


derpomatic:
Holy shit she NPC’d them!


You get what you pay for…

Since when is $250 considered “cheap” for a family photo? what lol 


When you value a freelancer’s actual talent enough to pay then real money for doing a real job. 


Yeah, $250 is definitely on the lower end for professional photographs. I have quite a few photographer friends.

As a mercenary soul-caputurer myself, yeah, you get what you fucking pay for.

Photography has the same costs as any other business. The price you charge has to cover the cost of materials (film if you’re shooting old school, prints, maintenance for your camera whether analog or digital), labor (time spent setting up and shooting), and overhead (gas, food, website hosting costs, etc. if you need it to do some part of the job, it’s in your overhead). Now those are just your operating costs, if you want to actually make money you have to add a percentage for profit (e.g. operating costs + 20%).

Let me give you non-photographers a frame of reference here. Paying $250 for a single-day private photo session on location (which means travel costs on top of everything else), is the equivalent of paying $50 for a huge ornate wedding cake you ordered the day before the wedding.This ‘tog is still severely unprofessional and unqualified, though. I consider myself still a beginner but taking good photos in bright sunlight isn’t hard, I do it all the time. Like literally three-quarters of my flickr is all natural light shoots, it’s easier than studio shoots in some ways (light source, directionality, and intensity is constant on a clear day; you don’t have to worry about flash timing; the only thing you need to control for is your camera settings, etc.). I really don’t understand how they screwed this shoot so badly.Other things wrong with this cheap shoot:Out of focusLow contrastLow saturationBad white balanceGrainyThere’s really no excuse for this, it’s all very basic stuff. I took ONE photography class in college and I’ve only been shooting off and on for a couple of years, and I could still do a better shoot than this. It’s not that this person’s professor didn’t teach them how to retouch photos, their professor didn’t teach them how to shoot at all.

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Be Like, Chicago, and Foh: Oo00o Aug 18, 2018 "Sign on door no guns" My husband and I have conceal carry permits. We noticed the no weapons at the door. I don't do business with companies that deny me my 2nd amendment right and put me at risk of a mass shooting with no way to defend my self. So we left. We left every one in that restaurant to fend for themselves Helpful BroBroMate 4613 points 7 days ago Narrator: And everyone was fine. permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 61 child comments - Psychedelic_Roc +1 2906 points 7 days ago Private property permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 244 child comments C- Crysos 670 points 7 days ago Was at a festival this past spring and saw a group of people open carry and they all had shirts on with "you're welcome for the protection." There were cops at the event and I really wouldn't want grandma who couldn't come close to the corn hole boards taking any life or death shots. permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 84 child comments C- JustPeachyEnough 4537 points 7 days ago What must it be like to live in fear 24/7 permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 674 child comments - ZeVindowViper 593 points 7 days ago oh you silly geese, there isn't going to be a mass shooting in that restaurant! What do you think it is, a school? permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 16 child comments officialtinyqueen 78 points 7 days ago If you have to be that concerned for a mass shooting you know theres something wrong with your country permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply show 13 child comments 0 People who carryMass shootings are paranoid.are a huge pre- something blem. We must do You're not going to ever need your gun 0 siryouarebeingmocked: goodoleboyslikeme: coolmanfromthepast: siryouarebeingmocked: What must it be like to live in fear 24/7 The people who think it’s wrong to restrict the general public’s right to carry guns are the scared ones? The ones who trust most people to legally own and use guns responsibly? Private businesses have the right to deny service to anyone and do whatever they want, except when it direcrly affects me. OP didn’t say businesses shouldn’t have the right, they just said they wouldn’t patronize any business that did. If I walk into a joint and they start randomly insulting my parentage, genitalia, and genetic viability, I’m not going back there again, even though they’re just exercising their free speech rights. This may be hard for you to grasp, but many people think people should have the right to do things the first group considers wrong. Was at a festival this past spring and saw a group of people open carry and they all had shirts on with “you’re welcome for the protection.” There were cops at the event and I really wouldn’t want grandma who couldn’t come close to the corn hole boards taking any life or death shots. Okay. Were any of the people in question grandmas, or are you just making that up? People who want you disarmed don’t want you to be safe. They want you to be defenseless.   “oh you silly geese, there aren’t going to be any mass shootings in that restaurant.” You know who else thought that? The people who went to Luby’s in Killeen, TX on October 16, 1991. The people who went to Twin Peaks in Waco, TX on May 17, 2015. The people who went to McDonald’s in San Ysidro, CA on July 18, 1984. And the tournament gamers at Chicago Pizza in Jacksonville, FL less than 2 months ago. FOH with that bullshit. Or Waffle House, when they banned guns and explicitly stood by that policy even after incidents involving criminals and guns in their joints, even though someone armed nearby intervened on more than one of those occasions.  Getting shot at Waffle House is practically a meme now. I personally know at least one person who was involved in a shooting at one of our local Waffle Houses I’m sure there are more.
Be Like, Chicago, and Foh: Oo00o Aug 18, 2018
 "Sign on door no guns"
 My husband and I have conceal carry permits. We
 noticed the no weapons at the door. I don't do
 business with companies that deny me my 2nd
 amendment right and put me at risk of a mass
 shooting with no way to defend my self. So we left.
 We left every one in that restaurant to fend for
 themselves
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 BroBroMate 4613 points 7 days ago
 Narrator: And everyone was fine.
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 - Psychedelic_Roc +1 2906 points 7 days ago
 Private property
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 C- Crysos 670 points 7 days ago
 Was at a festival this past spring and saw a group of people open carry and
 they all had shirts on with "you're welcome for the protection." There were
 cops at the event and I really wouldn't want grandma who couldn't come close
 to the corn hole boards taking any life or death shots.
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 C- JustPeachyEnough 4537 points 7 days ago
 What must it be like to live in fear 24/7
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 - ZeVindowViper
 593 points 7 days ago
 oh you silly geese, there isn't going to be a mass shooting in that restaurant!
 What do you think it is, a school?
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 officialtinyqueen 78 points 7 days ago
 If you have to be that concerned for a mass shooting you know theres
 something wrong with your country
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 People who carryMass shootings
 are paranoid.are a huge pre-
 something
 blem. We must do
 You're not going to
 ever need your gun
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What must it be like to live in fear 24/7
The people who think it’s wrong to restrict the general public’s right to carry guns are the scared ones? The ones who trust most people to legally own and use guns responsibly?
Private businesses have the right to deny service to anyone and do whatever they want, except when it direcrly affects me.
OP didn’t say businesses shouldn’t have the right, they just said they wouldn’t patronize any business that did. If I walk into a joint and they start randomly insulting my parentage, genitalia, and genetic viability, I’m not going back there again, even though they’re just exercising their free speech rights.
This may be hard for you to grasp, but many people think people should have the right to do things the first group considers wrong.
Was at a festival this past spring and saw a group of people open carry and they all had shirts on with “you’re welcome for the protection.” There were cops at the event and I really wouldn’t want grandma who couldn’t come close to the corn hole boards taking any life or death shots.
Okay. Were any of the people in question grandmas, or are you just making that up?

People who want you disarmed don’t want you to be safe.
They want you to be defenseless.  

“oh you silly geese, there aren’t going to be any mass shootings in that restaurant.”
You know who else thought that? The people who went to Luby’s in Killeen, TX on October 16, 1991. The people who went to Twin Peaks in Waco, TX on May 17, 2015. The people who went to McDonald’s in San Ysidro, CA on July 18, 1984. And the tournament gamers at Chicago Pizza in Jacksonville, FL less than 2 months ago.
FOH with that bullshit.

Or Waffle House, when they banned guns and explicitly stood by that policy even after incidents involving criminals and guns in their joints, even though someone armed nearby intervened on more than one of those occasions. 

Getting shot at Waffle House is practically a meme now. I personally know at least one person who was involved in a shooting at one of our local Waffle Houses I’m sure there are more.

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