What Not To Say To A Photographer

Jan 6, 2015

Category: Living

Have you ever tried to small talk a wedding photographer? We’ve found they usually lean towards the cranky side. Maybe it’s all that squinting they do, or maybe it’s just the fact that they’re being bombarded with the same cliché and somewhat insulting questions all the time.

After the popular “What Not to Say to a Graphic Designer” series, Luca Masini of Zerouno Design and Picame Magazine have teamed up for another batch of graphics that illustrate the most painful of pet peeve questions that photographers face on the regular. “What Not To Say To A Photographer” features everything from “Can You Remove Your Watermark?” and “Can You Make Me Thinner?” to “Why Is The Background So Blurred?” and “You’re Going To Adjust Me With Photoshop Later, Right?”. Each question either undermines the photographer’s main way to make money, or makes the subject sound like a serious mouth-breather. Now we know why the caged bird complains.

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