Do u wish your spouse is a photographer too ?

do u wish your spouse is a photographer too ?


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raincool2005

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hi all, how many of u wish that your partner is also a photographer also ? :think: so as to share the ups and downs of this passion.
 

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partner photographer? ehh...no

hot model? Yes!!! :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

fotoudavid

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My wife is a photographer, a magazine photographer before, good as can share lotsa things in photography.
 

leejay

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My mum used to work for a photographer when she was young. Although her work was just developing films in the darkroom, she still feels proud of her work until today.

My gf is not a photographer, but she has the same passion as me. I guess that's how people click.
 

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My mum used to work for a photographer when she was young. Although her work was just developing films in the darkroom, she still feels proud of her work until today.

My gf is not a photographer, but she has the same passion as me. I guess that's how people click.
U r v lucky man.

A lot of gfs are kinda turned off by the guys' passion in things like photography, IT and similar stuff. V hard to find someone to share the same passion for the same thing....
 

raincool2005

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U r v lucky man.

A lot of gfs are kinda turned off by the guys' passion in things like photography, IT and similar stuff. V hard to find someone to share the same passion for the same thing....
oh.. i understand that.. sometimes i dunno what they want guys to be.. as if they owned our privacy. :devil:
 

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well....my gf is not a photographer, but she definitely has the interest there, since i met her in a school photography club

haha
 

leejay

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Yup, kind of lucky for me. One of my ex-classmates wanted to start this hobby and purchased a Nikon, ready to go. Then, alamak, his gf's face immediately turned black when he registered for a shoot. From then on, she would check his handphone/msn for any model's messages. Well, because of that they really broke up.

I think we just need to exercise some self-discipline. Girls are usually afraid that we would fall for the models, but that's hardly the case when you are committed. You need her trust. We just need to quench the insecurity in them.
 

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My mum used to work for a photographer when she was young. Although her work was just developing films in the darkroom, she still feels proud of her work until today.
old skool lab work, normally such people have a fierce sense of pride, since most of these work, are seldom done nowadays. I respect these professionals. :thumbsup:

My partner is slowly picking up photography. :)
 

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I hope that my spouse is a photography...

and owns a studio and is also a hot model whose father works for Hasseblad and mother works for Nikon.

BC
 

leejay

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old skool lab work, normally such people have a fierce sense of pride, since most of these work, are seldom done nowadays. I respect these professionals. :thumbsup:

My partner is slowly picking up photography. :)
^_^ I thank you for my mum. Yeah, she always says it was not an easy job and the chemicals are health hazards. One of her friends (working in the same field) died because of that.
 

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^_^ I thank you for my mum. Yeah, she always says it was not an easy job and the chemicals are health hazards. One of her friends (working in the same field) died because of that.
i stopped doing those years ago, right now i couldn't remember what to use and the quantities etc. Keke....digitalized....everything press button, shoot shoot, delete delete, download, upload. Had to admit, doing those film in complete darkness is fun...i miss the smell of the chemicals already. haaa :bsmilie:
 

raincool2005

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Yup, kind of lucky for me. One of my ex-classmates wanted to start this hobby and purchased a Nikon, ready to go. Then, alamak, his gf's face immediately turned black when he registered for a shoot. From then on, she would check his handphone/msn for any model's messages. Well, because of that they really broke up.

I think we just need to exercise some self-discipline. Girls are usually afraid that we would fall for the models, but that's hardly the case when you are committed. You need her trust. We just need to quench the insecurity in them.
the guy should bring along his gf to the shoot and let her see what is it all about.. and the gf can also help to carry bag, tripod and buy drinks for her bf. :sweat:
 

leejay

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i stopped doing those years ago, right now i couldn't remember what to use and the quantities etc. Keke....digitalized....everything press button, shoot shoot, delete delete, download, upload. Had to admit, doing those film in complete darkness is fun...i miss the smell of the chemicals already. haaa :bsmilie:
Hehe, amazing. I bet developing photos is a good experience which I don't even have the chance to try out. :) :thumbsup:
 

leejay

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the guy should bring along his gf to the shoot and let her see what is it all about.. and the gf can also help to carry bag, tripod and buy drinks for her bf. :sweat:
Now I buy drinks for her and we carry our own bags and tripods~ :sweat: lol
 

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