If you make a living from photography, losing the photos you shot is not only your loss. When something unpredictable happens, it’s your clients who lose their precious memories, too. One very strange case recently got under the spotlight: a photographer’s house burnt down, and the fire destroyed all photos from a wedding he’d previously shot. So, he’s delivering anything to his clients, but also not giving them a full refund. He reportedly offered a 90% refund because of the time he invested in shooting and editing the photos.
Professional photographers get all kinds of weird requests during their career. And just when you think you’ve heard everything, someone asks for a refund in case they get divorced.
Yup, you read it right. A couple asked a photographer if he could add a clause that guarantees a refund in case they get divorced. A Reddit user justinwheelon shared a screenshot of this message online, and it caused plenty of reactions within the community.
The Nikon D600 has to be a curse; it’s been causing too much trouble and more bad news is still coming in for the DSLR manufacturer. This time, that negative attention is coming straight from the likes of media giants like CNN Business after a China Central Television show aired an episode focusing on Nikon. The criticism and accusations voiced in it didn’t put Nikon under a spotlight; they placed the company on concrete under a magnifying glass on a hot summer day.[Read More…]