Bayonet mount or screw mount?
I’m a war photographer and you’ve got the best frontlines I’ve ever seen.
I’m a sports photographer. Wanna see my monopod?
Let’s get together for a horizontal composition.
I Leica you.
Do you do it RAW?
Let’s converge our chemicals.
Come back to my place and I’ll shoot you with my Canon.
If you flash me than I’ll flash you.
I’m setting my focus on you.
Was your father Ansel Adams? You sure have a natural beauty.
When you flash that smile, my color temperature rises.
My middle name is “tripod”.
I’m an aerial photographer and our clothes have been cleared for immediate take-off.
You have an all-access pass to my heart.
I would sync with you at any speed.
I had to make my aperture smaller because you are gorgeously bright.
You are the catchlight to my eyes.
I’ve been admiring your pixels. Have they been sampled-up?
I’m a news photographer and you are definitely A-1 material.
I’m a travel photographer and I have to say, I love your southern region.
Maybe later tonight I could warm up your color temperature?
How about a private conference later tonight, at my place?
True love is never Photoshopped.
Just picture us together.
Nope, no zoom lens in my pocket. I’m just happy to see you.
I’m a photographer. I’ve been looking for a face like yours.
I’m a fashion photographer. I’m sure I could squeeze you for my next shoot.
I’m a medical photographer and you definitely are a fine specimen.
Want to be my long-term project?
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Here are some famous photography pickup lines.
By this point in the history of photography, it is no secret that some photographers, actually even people with no connection to photography, use this job to improve their dating lives. Now, I am by no means a moral authority on the matter. Personally, I believe that in the good old days when not everybody or at least their neighbor was a photographer, the whole act was kind of cute. Nowadays it’s got that 2006 air to it, yet so many photogs and wannabe photographers resort to telling girls they are big in the business just so they can impress them and make a move. This popular attempt has of course benefited from the inspiration and creativity of many minds. I therefore decided to put together a list of pick-up lines used by photographers. Please note that none of them are my creation and that they have all been collected from photography folklore and the Internet. Also, should you find any of them offensive or vulgar, please note that this list was put together purely for entertainment purposes and should not be taken too seriously (what should?). Enjoy!
The master list of photography pick-up lines: