View Poll Results: Who has thought of converting your photography skill into a cash cow?

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  • Photography will be my PASSION always, no way converting it to making money!

    10 21.74%
  • I am now making money with my photography skills. (pro/freelance)

    12 26.09%
  • That's my future goal! I am going to earn money with my skills in the future.

    9 19.57%
  • My vision: passion + career

    15 32.61%
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    This is a hobby to me , I always trying my best to improve . I manage to sell a few shots to people who wishes to purchased them for commercial needs. I will give to them if they are using it for personal use. I enjoy this hobby a lot and if there is a chance to make big bucks for example an airline hireing to be their photographer, I will grab the chance definately. If not , I just enjoy this hobby , uploading photos to relevent websites letting the world admire your works.

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    Maybe full time bird photography, anyone interested to photograph my bird? Ha. no meaning, bo liao.

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    MONEY MONEY MONEY!! SHOW ME THE MONEY SO I CAN SHOOT IT YEAH!
    ok actually i love photography and i cant see doing anything else for a living...i dont understand why some people say that making a profession out of their passion will ruin it.. i dont comprehend.. but then again maybe they dont comprehend my sorta thinking too

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    i will... thats d purpose of my study now... to earn $$$ later... heheh

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    Quote Originally Posted by zig
    MONEY MONEY MONEY!! SHOW ME THE MONEY SO I CAN SHOOT IT YEAH!
    ok actually i love photography and i cant see doing anything else for a living...i dont understand why some people say that making a profession out of their passion will ruin it.. i dont comprehend.. but then again maybe they dont comprehend my sorta thinking too
    Simple, let me tell you this:

    I love photographing wedding couples, but I hate wake up early.

    When you see something not nice, or don't like to shoot but you can't say no, because you are paid.

    When someone yells at you: cameraman! Come here and take picture! You have to come with a smile.

    When a big fat ma ma tell you: please make me look like fann wong, and you must say can, can, I will, I will.

    When a talk about an assignment, first thing to talk is how much$$$? Because you are making a living, no one is gonne feed you if you don't make a profit.

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    Me? My technical skill is not there yet.A long long way to go..but people have been telling me that my shots do tell interesting stories and they have a certain angle to it.I still aspire to be a photojournalist one day..
    We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities. - Oscar Wilde

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirbusnBoeing
    This is a hobby to me , I always trying my best to improve . I manage to sell a few shots to people who wishes to purchased them for commercial needs. I will give to them if they are using it for personal use. I enjoy this hobby a lot and if there is a chance to make big bucks for example an airline hireing to be their photographer, I will grab the chance definately. If not , I just enjoy this hobby , uploading photos to relevent websites letting the world admire your works.
    Deviantart..I love DA.

    Go try it.
    We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities. - Oscar Wilde

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