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Old 09-14-2012, 01:47 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Arnt i doing editing same as you are. I could pull the photo and export it to photoshop same as you. Just to clarify i have a great respect for photographers as artist and in no way am i arguing that they are not a valued member of the arts. I just find it funny how sensitive they are especially when forced to xhoose one or the other brides always choose photographers
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:56 PM   #22 (permalink)
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"All you need to do is plug something into my car and tell me exactly what is wrong how come you charge me for diagnostics"
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:58 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Actually thats a good point especially when you can buy your own diagnostic and google the codes for cheap
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Old 09-14-2012, 02:18 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Actually thats a good point especially when you can buy your own diagnostic and google the codes for cheap
Those people make me a lot of money. "But the computer said to replace the oxygen sensors". What about this major vacuum leak at the intake? "But the computer said..."

Fault codes do not equal diagnostics
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Well i can only speak from my experience and from my experience ill never take my car to a mom and pop shop again. I paid the guy 500 so he could stare at it for two weeks to tell me he doesnt have the tos to fix it and i should takr it to the dealership. I told him from now on ill just do that from the start.
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But seriously i mean if you have a videographer do you truly even need a photographer. I mean i can go in and pick out from the hours of footage any number of single frames you want as still pictures. So like why do you need both. I mean some people feel they absolutely have to have a photographer at their weddings. But it seems to me thats more of a tradition thing than any kind of necessity.
Prints. Aspect ratios aside, full HD lacks the resolution for even a 5x7" print, and is way too compressed to stand up against a still.
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Prints. Aspect ratios aside, full HD lacks the resolution for even a 5x7" print, and is way too compressed to stand up against a still.
^^^^ This!!! He speaks the truth!
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Do you use photoshop?
Always. Brides and Seniors don't want to see acne or other imperfections on their skin, or someones elbow in the photo.
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Well i can only speak from my experience and from my experience ill never take my car to a mom and pop shop again. I paid the guy 500 so he could stare at it for two weeks to tell me he doesnt have the tos to fix it and i should takr it to the dealership. I told him from now on ill just do that from the start.
Wait a minute. YOur first post just said how simple it was to do and how few tools it took.
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Arnt i doing editing same as you are. I could pull the photo and export it to photoshop same as you. Just to clarify i have a great respect for photographers as artist and in no way am i arguing that they are not a valued member of the arts. I just find it funny how sensitive they are especially when forced to xhoose one or the other brides always choose photographers
Totally agree. Videographers have a much harder job than photographers. Snapping a moment is not hard. Shooting video is much more difficult. I used to use all 3/4 IN. equipment when shooting video, and it was a real chore to edit. We are spoiled today. If I'm paid to shoot video, I always rent the equipment necessary, along with an editing suite. It is all directly billable back to the client. I have rented lenses for a few weddings as well, but the cost of renting photo gear is negligible in comparison.
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