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    Quote Originally Posted by shinken
    I'm also a subscriber to the philosophy behind "Who moved my cheese", or according to some pros in this case, moved the mountain. That wasn't my contention actually.
    I got that book ... after I pass it to my colleagues and it never come back to me ... a few years back .....

    Wonder this book still in the market selling anot ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shinken
    Now that paying to shoot event seem possible, it seems entirely possible for someone to start a thread that says "Full Day Wedding Photoshoot. Cost: $200 a day"
    I think this has been started already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    I can find you several that would do the $200 a day wedding shoot. You want?
    I did that before .. in my younger days without digital cams ...

    They can gives you 2-3 weddings to shoot per month ... I shoot until shag but for hobby to pay for better equipment .. just do it ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by KNIGHT ONG
    I got that book ... after I pass it to my colleagues and it never come back to me ... a few years back .....

    Wonder this book still in the market selling anot ..
    Yup still in the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by KNIGHT ONG
    I did that before .. in my younger days without digital cams ...

    They can gives you 2-3 weddings to shoot per month ... I shoot until shag but for hobby to pay for better equipment .. just do it ..
    At least you shoot without digital cameras, I had bridal studios calling asking if I'm interested, no need to process the shots, but must use my own equipment, all for $200 a day

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    I can find you several that would do the $200 a day wedding shoot. You want?
    Actually I do know of people charging. Oops. Just realised the confusion. I meant:

    "Pay to shoot full-day wedding, for only $200!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinken
    Actually I do know of people charging. Oops. Just realised the confusion. I meant:

    "Pay to shoot full-day wedding, for only $200!"
    Err, I actually meant that as a joke ok? Darn, now what have I done...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinken
    Actually I do know of people charging. Oops. Just realised the confusion. I meant:

    "Pay to shoot full-day wedding, for only $200!"
    Ok ok... got it

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinken
    "Pay to shoot full-day wedding, for only $200!"
    I think this has also been started already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    At least you shoot without digital cameras, I had bridal studios calling asking if I'm interested, no need to process the shots, but must use my own equipment, all for $200 a day
    That time when I shoot wedding dun even heard of digital cams .. all uses manual focus ... and shooting in film ...

    I wonder how I did that using F3 + manual focus lens to shooting wedding ???

    Now .. what the heck just wack !!! ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KNIGHT ONG
    That time when I shoot wedding dun even heard of digital cams .. all uses manual focus ... and shooting in film ...

    I wonder how I did that using F3 + manual focus lens to shooting wedding ???

    Now .. what the heck just wack !!! ...
    Wah that time you got F3 ah... I was happy if I had a PnS cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    I think this has also been started already...
    wah lau .. the other way round ... pay to shoot AD wedding ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Wah that time you got F3 ah... I was happy if I had a PnS cam
    My F3HP stayed with me for 15 years liao ma ... I am old liao ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by KNIGHT ONG
    wah lau .. the other way round ... pay to shoot AD wedding ??
    U meant u dont know???

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    Default Re: Impact of "Paying to shoot" on full-timers

    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    U meant u dont know???
    Next time will be, pay to not shoot.

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    U meant u dont know???
    after shinken clarify ....
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    Default Re: Impact of "Paying to shoot" on full-timers

    soon we will have another subforum

    WTS (Want To Subcon: XXX)
    Event Type:
    Event Location:
    Event Timing:
    Price (S$): Please Bid, Highest Bidder Gets The Job
    Description:

    or

    WTB (Want To Bid: XXX)
    Event Type:
    Event Location:
    Event Timing:
    Price (S$): $200
    Description:
    Price includes Full day Coverage, All jpgs return in DVD, All jpgs individually post processed,
    Free Coffee Table Album, ....

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    A newbie with little experience in shooting events (but excellent in other fields) would prolly face the same problem of a wedding couple going:

    "Eh, u never do wedding before right? Come lah, help me do cheap-cheap lah. Eh! I oso helping u to build up ur portfolio leh! You shld thank me for me giving u this chance."
    "Wonders of the Human Mind. Unfathomable to the highest degree."

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    soon we will have another subforum

    WTS (Want To Subcon: XXX)
    Event Type:
    Event Location:
    Event Timing:
    Price (S$): Please Bid, Highest Bidder Gets The Job
    Description:

    or

    WTB (Want To Bid: XXX)
    Event Type:
    Event Location:
    Event Timing:
    Price (S$): $200
    Description:
    Price includes Full day Coverage, All jpgs return in DVD, All jpgs individually post processed,
    Free Coffee Table Album, ....


    gosh~

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    Default Re: Impact of "Paying to shoot" on full-timers

    Pay to shoot? Newbie pay $200 for a chance to shoot wedding?

    Cannot lar, if shooting got no standard, I also dare not to take money from them for giving assignments.

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