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Better The Devil You Know

“So how long did you work for Church Impressions before they went out of business?” I say to the Old Timer Photographer. “About five years.” He says with a shrug. “I was a Trainer and a District Manager there.” “And what about PCA?” “I was there about five years when they went out of business.” […]

Don’t Talk to my Trainees

“So how’s the blogging going?” Says my Supervisor with his usual smirk. “I’m not doing much blogging these days.” I say with a shrug. “I think I’ve run out of things to say.” The two Trainees, who are kids in their twenties, look at me as if they were not completely sure I was a […]

At Last I Can Start Suffering and Write That Symphony

“I don’t have a Shoot for next week.” I say to the Supervisor who has sat around watching me take portraits for a couple of hours. “We’ve got about 17 photographers without a Shoot next week.” He says with a small shrug. “And The Company still doesn’t think we need to change the way we […]