Photograph as a permanent record of significant event
Which is why I refuse to ever have photography customers. As you've heard me state over the years, this is my hobby. I have enough grief in my professional work; why screw up my play time?
Originally Posted by blansky
But that puts our experiences and outlooks in totally different modalities. I can make a mistake, and I only have one taskmaster, myself. And I can take risks of a failed project without fear of loss aside from time and material. I have no bottom line. Photography is a 100% sunk cost for me.
Re: Photograph as a permanent record of significant event
This doesn't mean that the grips expressed here by the pros that are "in the trenches" aren't real and legitimate.
Originally Posted by pbromaghin
At any event I always try to stay it if the way of anyone obviously getting paid. Just like if you were in a manufacturing plant I would appreciate it, if it isn't your job, that you stay out of my way. This is no more than common decency.
But the two outlooks do point up the sometimes very different reasoning pathways folks bring to the table at APUG.