playhater wrote:What do you want the pictures for?
and anyone who wants a "wicked" looking picture is probably not the person you're looking for.
Your whole post was pretty cute
David Bray wrote:Probably crack your lens with my awesome.
mcquade wrote:Adam/Playhater summed your post up well when he said it was cute. He meant it's naive of you to ever think that writing a post like that will do anything but discourage people from working with you.
mcquade wrote:I am seriously curious as to what you, as a professional photographer, like about that picture!
playhater wrote:Ok well, i/we train tuesday/thursday/saturday every week. (6pm/6pm/10:30am)
I think what people generally do is come once to have a look at what we're doing then decide if they want to take pictures or not and if you can't make any of those days inbox me with an ideal date/time
kowalski99 wrote:I dont expect people to 'do flips for me'. Documentary photography is what it is, I would simply turn up. I would not want to work with people who weren't interested in getting pictures, i think we've established this already. Anybody thats interested may like to look at people who specialise in Parkour photography, granted. I dont specialise and have no Parkour images in my portfolio...hence why this is a challenge and will be fun. I dont expect anything other than...'yes, im interested' or 'no im not'.
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