Beautiful photos

A photographer is invited to a dinner party. When he arrives the hostess says, "I've seen your beautiful photos. You must have a very good camera." After the meal she says to the photographer, "How did you like your dinner?" He responds, "It was delicious, you must have a very good stove."

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Photo credits: Ian Mcdonald.
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  • Langley, Canada
I am a married father of four kids. Photography has been a lifelong passion and I strive to improve with every photograph. Thanks for taking the time to look through my portfolio.

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March 03, 2016

Nice sharing! So that's the true feeling of images hunter ^^


February 23, 2016

Lot of truth here. But good gear does help. I wouldn't go back to film for all the tea in China.


February 20, 2016

Oh) so cool)


February 09, 2016

i had three cameras in the repair shop and a wedding to shoot. My mentor offered to lend me a camera instead of renting a camera from my local shop. He handed me a Kowa 66 and a lens with a cracked element. I was surprised he would expect me to shoot with equipment in this shape. When I said so he told me, "it's not the equipment you shoot with, but how you shoot with the equipment you have". I took that as a challenge and shot one of the best weddings I have ever shot. He is so right! I agree. It is not the camera you have, but what you do with it!


February 09, 2016

hahah nice!


February 06, 2016

:-) Nice story!


February 05, 2016

It is so true, I read somewhere and use a lot this: " A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what's in front of it."


February 05, 2016

It certainly does. Great Pictures are made, not taken.


February 04, 2016

It is a very funny old joke but it illustrates very well the fact that the determining factor for a excellent pic will always be the photographer himself.