Can Politicians (day-job) do good in Creative Sector like photography?


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Caspere

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With all the hooha about keeping politics off our Kopitiam, reminds me of a few (at least one) who is a avid photog. Looking at some of their works, mostly in the reem of technical photography like landscape and macros.

I am wondering if they could/would venture into most creative aspects of photography, or just in the creative industry? Like what? You list...

Let's not allow this thread turn sleazy, defamatory, or bring ill-will. I supposed school is open and kids are busy studying.. so the adults here can discuss with a bit of intelligence.

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jsbn

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They certainly could.

Politicians being human beings, certainly do have their own hobbies during their free time.

Whilst it may seem that some appear to be so stiff-necked like where policies are involved, taking the moral high ground (but I'm sure everyone's guilty of this one point or another), creativity is a whole new ballgame, different from that of the usual cold, logical and bitter medicine policy making.

I'm sure u'd heard of it:
Left brain logic thinking processes. Right brain creative thinking processes.
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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Just remember...

The photographer you hired today, might be a minister tomorrow... (1 out of 3million probability)

So please hire me to shoot your wedding, and then vote for me in the coming elections! ;p
 

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Just remember...

The photographer you hired today, might be a minister tomorrow... (1 out of 3million probability)

So please hire me to shoot your wedding, and then vote for me in the coming elections! ;p
There are a few photographers here sound like politicians already. :)

So the answer to the question is yes.
 

Caspere

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We have a model/celebrity become NMP, so I guess the next occupation should be a photographer!

I noticed these people were in creative sector BEFORE becoming involved in politics. How about the other way round, is there any of our current crop of politicians going into the creative arena? ( no need for names)
 

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