Bad joke to pull on photographers gear

7 months 5 days ago #657493 by Eric A
Bad taste in thinking this would be funny at all.  I agree with Gary, this is vandalism here. 

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Canon 7D | 50mm f/1.2 | 17-40mm f/4 | 70-200mm f/2.8 | 320EX | 580EXII

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7 months 4 days ago #657557 by Jackson Rieger
Speaking of insurance, would insurance cover stupidity like this?  


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7 months 4 days ago #657561 by Nikon Shooter
… would possibly fall within the deductible amount!

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7 months 4 days ago #657677 by Flash Steven
It should be something covered and dinged on the not so smart persons insurance.  :nunu:

Canon 7D w/grip, Canon 40D, Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS L Canon MPE 65mm f2.8 macro; Sigma 70-300mm f2.8; Sigma 150mm f2.8 macro; Sigma 8-16mm f4.5-5.6
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7 months 3 days ago #657796 by Fran Welch
That's not a good friend, I would be so disappointed.  


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7 months 2 days ago #657966 by effron
I may have not been able to control my anger, might have popped the playful dork....

Why so serious?
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7 months 7 hours ago #658113 by Rob Conley
It's funny, I was just watching a video on best camera hacks and the person was putting chap stick all on his lens to create this blurry effect.  I saw that and was like WTH are they telling people to do this for?   Then I jump on here to see this thread, geez, what is wrong with people??  


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7 months 5 hours ago #658116 by Piechura

Rob Conley wrote: It's funny, I was just watching a video on best camera hacks and the person was putting chap stick all on his lens to create this blurry effect.  I saw that and was like WTH are they telling people to do this for?   Then I jump on here to see this thread, geez, what is wrong with people??  

If you wanted to do that, you'd at least have the good sense to put the chapstick on a cheap UV filter or something rather than directly on the lens..


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7 months 1 hour ago #658148 by Rob Conley

Piechura wrote:

Rob Conley wrote: It's funny, I was just watching a video on best camera hacks and the person was putting chap stick all on his lens to create this blurry effect.  I saw that and was like WTH are they telling people to do this for?   Then I jump on here to see this thread, geez, what is wrong with people??  

If you wanted to do that, you'd at least have the good sense to put the chapstick on a cheap UV filter or something rather than directly on the lens..


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6 months 4 weeks ago #658196 by Tim Dordeck
I know the video you talking about Peter McKinnon did that.  Nope, keep chap stick off your lens. 


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