How much should I charge for this?


marlboro

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I recently bought myself a very sharp knife, mid to top range, it's tack sharp.
I hope someone can help as to how much can I charge for performing minor surgery.
I don't don't have a operating theatre so lighting would be tricky I guess.
Any advice on lighting would be appreciated.
I don't do this for a living, I'm a photographer in my day job.

Also please help replace the underlined with words relating to photography.:)

I feel better now. Thanks.:)
 

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I recently bought myself a very sharp knife, mid to top range, it's tack sharp.
I hope someone can help as to how much can I charge for performing minor surgery.
I don't don't have a operating theatre so lighting would be tricky I guess.
Any advice on lighting would be appreciated.
I don't do this for a living, I'm a photographer in my day job.

Also please help replace the underlined with words relating to photography.:)

I feel better now. Thanks.:)
well. i'll try.
I recently bought myself some cutting edge technology, mid to top range, it's tack sharp. sharper than ur 70-200 f4is usm L lens
I hope someone can help as to how much can I charge for performing minor macro acts.
I don't don't have a studio so lighting would be tricky I guess.
Any advice on lighting would be appreciated.
I don't do this for a living, I'm a photographer in my day job.
 

night86mare

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I recently bought myself a very sharp knife, mid to top range, it's tack sharp.
I hope someone can help as to how much can I charge for performing minor surgery.
I don't don't have a operating theatre so lighting would be tricky I guess.
Any advice on lighting would be appreciated.
I don't do this for a living, I'm a photographer in my day job.
hi, i am a patient who needs his armpits shaved.

i don't really mind if you aren't very good, because i don't need my armpits to be shaved very well. i suggest that you do it for free to gain experience.

i have pmed you my address and my free time. i will give you a drink for the armpit shaving. :)
 

marlboro

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Hey Night86mare, have you tried saying this to a professional streetwalker (the world's oldest profession) :
How about giving me a good time for free to add this experience to your style/portfolio ?

Give me a break bro:bsmilie:
 

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hi, i am a patient who needs his armpits shaved.

i don't really mind if you aren't very good, because i don't need my armpits to be shaved very well. i suggest that you do it for free to gain experience.

i have pmed you my address and my free time. i will give you a drink for the armpit shaving. :)
DIY lah. ;p
 

marlboro

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well. i'll try.
I recently bought myself some cutting edge technology, mid to top range, it's tack sharp. sharper than ur 70-200 f4is usm L lens

You're close, but I think DSLR would be easier to type.

Thanks pal, I'm beginning to enjoy this:thumbsup:
 

night86mare

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Hey Night86mare, have you tried saying this to a professional streetwalker (the world's oldest profession) :
How about giving me a good time for free to add this experience to your style/portfolio ?

Give me a break bro:bsmilie:
not interested in prostitutes.

that said, armpit shaving is not a good time for me. i am merely giving you a chance to try out your new knife. :angel:
 

marlboro

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not interested in prostitutes.

Interest can be cultivated, just like art, just like photography...
What more the diving prices of DSLRs....

that said, armpit shaving is not a good time for me. i am merely giving you a chance to try out your new knife. :angel:
Hey bro, can't shave you for free, coz I paid some moo for my latest knife, trying to recoup the expense. Hope you understand.
But I have a friend of a friend who does, will hook you up.
The is dude got the bestest latest gadget even pros drool.;p
 

night86mare

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Hey bro, can't shave you for free, coz I paid some moo for my latest knife, trying to recoup the expense. Hope you understand.
But I have a friend of a friend who does, will hook you up.
The is dude got the bestest latest gadget even pros drool.;p
brother,

you must remember that you have a chance of cutting into my armpit and releasing a spray of blood.

you better remember that i am doing you a favour, stop acting like your knife makes you very good. i am taking a huge risk by offering my armpit, understand? you better be grateful. :bsmilie::bsmilie:
 

marlboro

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brother,

you must remember that you have a chance of cutting into my armpit and releasing a spray of blood.

you better remember that i am doing you a favour, stop acting like your knife makes you very good. i am taking a huge risk by offering my armpit, understand? you better be grateful. :bsmilie::bsmilie:
Hey bro, thanks for the pointer coz :
I have a nice kitchen setup, & thought I could cook for a living
I have a car, & thought I was the fastest around
I have a pen, & thought I could perhaps write a book

Better stick to my little day job of photography. Thanks pal.;)
 

garagez

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hahahahahah.... quiet entertaining.....

cheers
 

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well. i'll try.
I recently bought myself some cutting edge technology, mid to top range, it's tack sharp. sharper than ur 70-200 f4is usm L lens

You're close, but I think DSLR would be easier to type.

Thanks pal, I'm beginning to enjoy this:thumbsup:
dslr at wad point? remember... its the lens tat controls sharpness! not dslr:bsmilie:
 

marlboro

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dslr at wad point? remember... its the lens tat controls sharpness! not dslr:bsmilie:
Huh? So it's the lens.
No wonder I see the some photographers use large formats or shift lenses to get that perfect plane of focus.
Thought the lens the comes with the DSLR would suffice any shooting scenario.:nono:
 

Leong23

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I recently bought myself a very sharp knife, mid to top range, it's tack sharp.
I hope someone can help as to how much can I charge for performing minor surgery.
I don't don't have a operating theatre so lighting would be tricky I guess.
Any advice on lighting would be appreciated.
I don't do this for a living, I'm a photographer in my day job.

Also please help replace the underlined with words relating to photography.:)

I feel better now. Thanks.:)
First you must willing to do it free for the first few time.

Look for XMM and show them your sharp knife and ensure that they will be damn pretty after the operation.

After a few operation, you have some track record and you can start print namecard stating you are pro.....then the money will keep coming in.
 

night86mare

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First you must willing to do it free for the first few time.

Look for XMM and show them your sharp knife and ensure that they will be damn pretty after the operation.

After a few operation, you have some track record and you can start print namecard stating you are pro.....then the money will keep coming in.
also, must remember don't get carried away and offer to show them other less sharp knives.

you will go jail. :bsmilie::bsmilie:
 

pokiemon

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okie kopitiam is getting weirder and weirder by the day.
 

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