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Top 10 Reasons To Date A Photographer

Last Updated on November 8, 2020 by PixelPluck

Dating a Photographer is not an easy task but surely worth it. Photographers have an eye for things that normal people fail to see. There are many reasons in addition to getting fantastic portraits, to date a photographer. Find a list of some of the most important and witty reasons to date a photographer. These reasons make a photographer an ideal partner.

Photographers have a good sense of humor. They will make you smile with unique punch lines and jokes. They develop positives from negatives. They make the subjects look and feel better.

Top 10 Reasons To Date A Photographer

(Wit and Humor)

“When Jack London had his portrait made by the noted San Francisco photographer Arnold Genthe, London began the encounter with effusive praise for the photographic art of his friend and fellow bohemian, Genthe. “You must have a wonderful camera. It must be the best camera in the world. You must show me your camera.”
Genthe then used his standard studio camera to make what has since become a classic picture of Jack London. When the sitting was finished, Genthe could not contain himself: “I have read your books, Jack, and I think they are important works of art. You must be having a wonderful typewriter.”

List of Top 10 Reasons To Date A Photographer

1. Photographers work well in the dark.
In earlier days it used to be a darkroom for development but with modern cameras, they don’t mind dim situations as they can boost the camera ISO.

2. Photographers are used to funny smells and love adventures.
Digital photography has changed the way photographers develop photographs. Now no more chemical processing. However, they are quite used to the smell of overheated flash and leaking batteries.

3. Photographers make things develop.
Well, you know what happens when they click the shutter. It doesn’t end there. They take the RAW into the digital darkroom of Adobe (which is called Lightroom) and other photography software and develop a beautiful end result.

4. Photographers work well in many settings and they know how to focus.
Photographers are quite adaptive. They adjust quickly to changing scenarios and keep the focus on the subject. The photographers have the best focus and nothing misses their eyes.

5. It doesn’t matter who you are and how you look, Photographers will make you feel better.
Photography is a passionate profession and hobby. Subjects become better than the reality itself when a photographer works on them. But it’s competitive so always be aware of the other photographers who want to get the best shot.

6. Photographers can make big things look small and small things look big.
There is always more than simply zooming. The lens is always important and more so is the aperture. Fixed apertures are fine but variable aperture which can wide open always have the advantage.

7. Photographers work well from many different angles.
Photographers work from different standpoints and perspectives which always make the end result exciting. There will always more viewpoints than you can imagine.

8. Photographers zoom in and out. In and out and in and out.
They meet the demand for a dynamic situation by recomposing the subject. They have the ability to quickly change the focal length to suit the developing situation. Professional photographers always have a telephoto zoom lens ready. Check Biggest Lens.

9. Photographers shoot in many different locations.
Photographers go places. They move everywhere to get you the best possible result. You will get to experience exotic and photogenic locations.

10. They can find beautiful things and are never dull.
No situation is boring when there is a photographer around. They will find beauty is the worse of things.

Have got more reasons to date a photographer? Let us know in the comments and we will update the list.

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