Let's agree on one thing: photographers are very sensitive about their job. No photographer will ever stand having his job attacked by people who don't know anything about photography, other than taking a selfie with their iPhone.
The fact that everybody can afford a decent camera these days has certainly made our jobs a lot harder and sometimes we have to justify putting a price on our work, which is one of the most frustrating things we have to go through in this business.
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This and many other completely annoying things were understood by designer Luca Masini from Zeruno Design. In a collection of graphics, he tackles some of the most common things photographers all across the world hate to hear.
Because partial desaturation has always been a form of art...NOT!
Photographers have to deal with insecure people all the time, and these people associate Photoshop with plastic surgery.
This has to be in the top 3 of most hated things to hear.
Sure, it's not enough that many photographers struggle to make a name for themselves. Why not stay anonymous for ever?
(Success Tip #2: How even hobbyists can turn photos in to profits)
Sure. And anyone in the world can cook a fancy dinner with a good oven, right?
Sure! Good luck!
It's never a couple of shots!
That was nature's job. No photographer should be responsible for the failure.
And all Kurt Vonnegut had to do was write down a bunch of words, right?
Why is it always something else that takes the pictures?
No. I'm not a personal trainer.
Because if you could see it, you would want it removed.
Why is one never enough?