Are you a real photographer?
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Peter Phun opstiller 21 punkter som kan fortælle om du er en RIGTIG fotograf. For ikke at miste noget i oversættelsen, så får i dem her lige på engelsk. Kommenter dem gerne
- Your friends have begun to hand you their cameras at social gatherings when they want a good picture taken.
- You don’t run out of battery power because you are chimping less.
- Your kids have stopped fussing about being photographed because you work faster.
- The salesman at your favorite camera store lets you handle the merchandise usually kept locked in the shiny glass display cases.
- You understand the difference between bokeh and a flower arrangement.
- A gorgeous woman with a digital SLR brushes by you — and you only notice her camera and what kind of lens she has.
- You concentrate on the lighting instead of the undergarment when you photograph backlit subjects.
- You snicker at the folks in the back row at the concert shooting with an iPhone or a point-and-shoot.
- Photo lab workers ask you to complete paperwork to verify that you own the copyright to the pictures you bring in.
- Your in-law who’s a pro shares fewer and fewer tips with you.
- Other photographers follow you to see where you’re shooting from.
- Other photographers ask your opinion about gear when they see you at camera stores.
- You realize how inaccurately Hollywood portrays the photographer’s job in the movies.
- More and more engaged women want to be your friend.
- You stop asking what aperture and shutter speed was used to take a picture.
- Fewer people make fun of your torn, tattered but ubiquitous photo vest.
- The subjects in your group pictures no longer resemble the hapless victims of a firing squad (everyone against the wall).
- You are unashamed to carry a point-and-shoot — even at events crawling with other photographers.
- Before you allow yourself to be impressed by that long telephoto, you want to know its widest aperture and whether it has image stabilization.
- Your spouse stops asking what FedEx or UPS delivered.
- You realize overexposure has to do with how you meter instead of how many Twitter followers you have.