- If I have that kind of sophisticated camera like yours, I’m sure I can take good pictures too.
- Wow, your pictures are great. You must have a great camera!
- Shoot me for free, eh! I will promote you to others.
- Can you remove your watermark?
- Can you just photoshop my scar later?
- Can you remove this person on the Photoshop?
- Can you make me thinner? On the Photoshop maybe?
- Can you make me look good on the picture?
- Oh come on, it’s just a couple of shots. It won’t take a long time for you to shot it.
- Oh come on, it’s just a couple of shots. It’s not that hard. You’re good, right?
- Oh come on, it’s just a couple of shots. Just give it for free, eh?
- I’ll only need a couple of shots. Is that cheaper?
- Ah, all you have to do is just pressing the button, eh? It’s easy, then.
- It’s an easy job, your camera is very sophisticated. It does all the work, right?
- Can I have all the reject photos too?
- Can I have all the raw photos too?
- Hey, I’m going to have a party. Bring your camera, okay! We should make lots of good pictures.
- You are going to posh it on Facebook, right?
- Can you send me that photos to my email?
- Hey, you are not allowed to take photos here.
- What, you charge that much?!
- Can I get a discount if I edit the pictures myself?
- Why is the background so blurred?
- I love your photos. Can you help me editing my selfies?
“No matter how sophisticated the camera, the photographer is still the one that makes the picture.” —Doug Bartlow
A photographer went to a socialite party in New York. As he entered the front door, the host said, “I love your pictures. They are wonderful, you must have a fantastic camera.” He said nothing until dinner was finished, then: “That was a wonderful dinner, you must have a terrific stove.” —Sam Haskins
“Having an expensive camera doesn’t make you a photographer. It just make you an owner of an overpriced camera.”
“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional photographer, wait until you hire an amateur.”
“You don’t take a photograph. You make it.” —Ansel Adams