Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
Maybe people should stop exploiting and screwing photographers first. Then we can talk about “Honesty and integrity and fair price".
To be exploited or not by photo user everyone has a choice to make.
Only the photographer knows what he is doing. There seems to be
plenty of fake photographers out there.

Seems nowadays the money picture is more important in changing
the perception of having the qualities so demanded of CEOs
including important figure heads in all commercial enterprises.

When clients willing or unwilling to pay the price asked for;
the saying - you pay peanut, you cannot get butter is quite correct.