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11/18/2011 11:23:04 AM · #1
50 Reasons NOT to date a Photographer

LOL
11/18/2011 11:35:08 AM · #2
OMG @ 25 LOL!! soooooooo true!! :)
11/18/2011 11:48:35 AM · #3
hahaha this is great! a lot of them are right on the money.
11/18/2011 11:54:20 AM · #4
I laughed at several of these. My girlfriend must never see this list. hmmmm. If she saw it she would create photoganon. . .for the relatives of those addicted to photography.
11/18/2011 12:37:21 PM · #5
This is pretty Hilarious.... I laughed and noted how I fit in to many of these.... Great find.
11/18/2011 12:47:02 PM · #6
Somehow remind me a joke,

How many photographer you need to screw a light bulb?

...50

1 to screw the bulb, 49 to tell they would do a better job!

And that's very true :-\
11/18/2011 12:51:31 PM · #7
Not a single hit for me, none of them apply to me......

.... excuse me while I step aside for the lightening bolt that is immanent :-)
11/18/2011 12:51:35 PM · #8
30. They hate rainbows, especially ones spinning in a circle.

hehehehe
11/18/2011 01:21:34 PM · #9
Haha, how many of us are guilty of this??

44.You can’t get them a birthday/Christmas present without spending at least $500

45.They are natural hoarders, collecting and keeping piles of old newspapers, packaging, magazines, and other things that “inspire” them.

Time to write up my Xmas wish list....
11/18/2011 02:16:56 PM · #10
Originally posted by Linked Article:


12. They rather drop $1,000+ on new glass than a purse for you.

I can envision a $1,000 lens; I cannot envision spending $1,000 on a purse unless it prints money.

Originally posted by Linked Article:


39. You can’t go anywhere new without them stopping to take a photo of everything and anything.

I think this is the only one I really found universally true. The rest are pretty funny, though ... :-)

Message edited by author 2011-11-18 14:17:13.
11/18/2011 02:45:43 PM · #11
This one made me snicker, too! :P

Originally posted by Giles_uk:

30. They hate rainbows, especially ones spinning in a circle.

hehehehe

It's so sad to sit and read something, thinking the writing is talking about you, lol! (But I would like to see what a $1,000 purse looks like! Ha!)
11/18/2011 03:17:04 PM · #12
Originally posted by bergiekat:

(But I would like to see what a $1,000 purse looks like! Ha!)

$3,720 -- but sorry, it's back-ordered until after Thanksgiving; please be patient. ;-)
11/18/2011 03:24:52 PM · #13
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by bergiekat:

(But I would like to see what a $1,000 purse looks like! Ha!)

$3,720 -- but sorry, it's back-ordered until after Thanksgiving; please be patient. ;-)


Hmmm... an F 1.2 handbag :-\
11/18/2011 03:35:12 PM · #14
but if photographers date photographers, this list should not be any problem
Girls, I'm single... blink blink :)
11/18/2011 03:41:26 PM · #15
Originally posted by skarpi_xxx:

but if photographers date photographers, this list should not be any problem
Girls, I'm single... blink blink :)


You might get tons of response now, since you have triple "x" in your username ;)
11/18/2011 03:56:22 PM · #16
Originally posted by skarpi_xxx:

but if photographers date photographers, this list should not be any problem
Girls, I'm single... blink blink :)


Oh ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' skarpi_xxx, I would gladly be your Nikon girl...but I'm already with a card-carrying Canon gangsta...and yes he did join the site shortly after we met :-) (And actually I found this site thanks to yet another Canon gangsta, also a redhead. Weird).

Actually you're right, there really aren't any problems. We do have a lot to talk about, we shoot together a lot, can understand photoese, swap pix and encourage each other to do more with our images. Thanks to Ryan I've learned all kinds of cool techniques, he's a great teacher.

The only bugaboo is when he tries to get me to switch brands. And yeah, spending $500 or so on Xmas is pretty close to the bone!

Message edited by author 2011-11-18 15:57:03.
11/18/2011 04:06:55 PM · #17
Awe jeez, it's not even cool or pretty! (Apparently rich people don't have good taste, lol!)
Sigh! I think my lenses are prettier than that thing!

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by bergiekat:

(But I would like to see what a $1,000 purse looks like! Ha!)

$3,720 -- but sorry, it's back-ordered until after Thanksgiving; please be patient. ;-)
11/18/2011 04:37:15 PM · #18
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by bergiekat:

(But I would like to see what a $1,000 purse looks like! Ha!)

$3,720 -- but sorry, it's back-ordered until after Thanksgiving; please be patient. ;-)


How many lenses will it hold?
11/18/2011 05:23:31 PM · #19
Rofl at the list. Talk about holding a mirror up! The best thing I take away from this is that my husband needs to spend $500 on my Christmas present! (And it had better not be a purse!)
11/18/2011 05:41:13 PM · #20
Originally posted by snaffles:

...And yeah, spending $500 or so on Xmas is pretty close to the bone!


You could always give him a woodie :O)

Ray
11/18/2011 06:19:25 PM · #21
Originally posted by jomari:

Rofl at the list. Talk about holding a mirror up! The best thing I take away from this is that my husband needs to spend $500 on my Christmas present! (And it had better not be a purse!)


+1
11/18/2011 06:42:01 PM · #22
Originally posted by jomari:

Rofl at the list. Talk about holding a mirror up! The best thing I take away from this is that my husband needs to spend $500 on my Christmas present! (And it had better not be a purse!)


Originally posted by bergiekat:

+1


No purse for me, either, please!
11/18/2011 06:52:22 PM · #23
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by snaffles:

...And yeah, spending $500 or so on Xmas is pretty close to the bone!


You could always give him a woodie :O)

Ray


Not touching that one with a 10-ft pole!! ;-)
11/18/2011 07:19:11 PM · #24
Originally posted by snaffles:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by snaffles:

...And yeah, spending $500 or so on Xmas is pretty close to the bone!


You could always give him a woodie :O)

Ray


Not touching that one with a 10-ft pole!! ;-)

Not touching that one with a 10-ft pole monopod!!

You're a photographer, remember? Get with it.
11/18/2011 10:20:40 PM · #25
Originally posted by yakatme:

Originally posted by snaffles:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by snaffles:

...And yeah, spending $500 or so on Xmas is pretty close to the bone!


You could always give him a woodie :O)

Ray


Not touching that one with a 10-ft pole!! ;-)

Not touching that one with a 10-ft pole monopod!!

You're a photographer, remember? Get with it.


Now who on earth ever heard of a 10-ft monopod? However my Manfrotto tripod has 3 legs, each 5 ft long extended fully, so that would make a 15-ft pole. So, nyah :-p
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