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« on: July 27, 2010, 05:29 »
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I found this humorous so I saved it from the scam and spam folder, to post here.

"Here is some basic information regarding this exhibition:

-Featuring artists worldwide.

-Artist keeps 80% of the sales.

-Artworks will be viewed by artist, art lovers and collectors worldwide.
"

I suppose someone will try this, I wouldn't and the site looks like something one of use could have created in 15 minutes. 80% of what? Look at the size of the images. (no link intentionally)

This is the gallery -
:)


« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2010, 05:35 »
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You just don't understand the modern aesthetic, I have seen worse in fancy galleries . . . . . . never heard of Minimalism? . . . .   ;D
« Last Edit: July 27, 2010, 05:41 by etienjones »

« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2010, 06:24 »
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Ha! That's funny. And there's the computer that was used to send out the spam and scam emails in the background.  :)

« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2010, 13:26 »
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This is the gallery

Ooooh, they stole my wall fan!

Crap place? Prepare to be introduced (in an exclusive preview) to FD's Gusa Vision Studios! Second only to Vegas Vision Studios as to equipment, atmosphere and facilities!
Midst the lofty surrounds of the breathtaking Mindanao mountains, this gem offers the guests:
Quote
  • state of the art reflectors made of leftovers of the roof insulation (that brings the unbearable 36C down to a comfortable 34C)
  • a professional light tent entirely constructed with prime water tubing leftovers, the best that cheap Chinese import plastic can offer
  • amenities like a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, fridge and a reasonably mouse-free sink (don't eat the poison pellets please)
  • (stay away from my nescaf and creamer though! no kidding)
  • a very high tech calendar and assorted clock to plan your shoots (bring some thumbnails to adjust the calendar)
  • a rock solid table for all your product shoots - strong and stable enough to carry an elephant if there is one in the room (you might have to add some tubing)

Now you might think that this is just a crap layout of a poor guy on his kitchen table. Wrong!
We have an international and worldwide exposure and our shots are sold for up to a full 35 dollarcents (wow!) all over the web!  ;D

« Last Edit: July 27, 2010, 13:29 by FD-regular »

« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2010, 18:21 »
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This is the gallery

Ooooh, they stole my wall fan!

Crap place? Prepare to be introduced (in an exclusive preview) to FD's Gusa Vision Studios! Second only to Vegas Vision Studios as to equipment, atmosphere and facilities!
Midst the lofty surrounds of the breathtaking Mindanao mountains, this gem offers the guests:
Quote
  • state of the art reflectors made of leftovers of the roof insulation (that brings the unbearable 36C down to a comfortable 34C)
  • a professional light tent entirely constructed with prime water tubing leftovers, the best that cheap Chinese import plastic can offer
  • amenities like a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, fridge and a reasonably mouse-free sink (don't eat the poison pellets please)
  • (stay away from my nescaf and creamer though! no kidding)
  • a very high tech calendar and assorted clock to plan your shoots (bring some thumbnails to adjust the calendar)
  • a rock solid table for all your product shoots - strong and stable enough to carry an elephant if there is one in the room (you might have to add some tubing)

Now you might think that this is just a crap layout of a poor guy on his kitchen table. Wrong!
We have an international and worldwide exposure and our shots are sold for up to a full 35 dollarcents (wow!) all over the web!  ;D




Wow
you studio is better than mine  ;D I havent microwave oven, even clock and calendar, and without reflective chinese plastic only aluminum folis  ;D
I will shoot it one time when I find my camera under mess of papers...

« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2010, 09:26 »
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I will shoot it one time when I find my camera under mess of papers...
Maybe your angry parrot ate it?  ;)

« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2010, 08:29 »
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eheheh nice! where do you place the cam? at the top? I dont see room anywhere else! :P

« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2010, 10:22 »
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eheheh nice! where do you place the cam? at the top? I dont see room anywhere else! :P

Never mind about the camera, is there any room for a model (models).
« Last Edit: July 29, 2010, 10:25 by Kone »

« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2010, 13:56 »
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Never mind about the camera, is there any room for a model (models).
A little duck. Model's hands under the fabric at the back to do hand shoots. Actually Nikola, it's all your fault since I was jealous at your product shots.  :P

« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2010, 13:59 »
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eheheh nice! where do you place the cam? at the top? I dont see room anywhere else! :P
What cam?  ;D
At the front where the light tent is open, but you can't see it well since the image is overexposed there. Actually, I should put a reflector in front of it with a hole for the lens, so I would get better frontal light.

« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2010, 14:11 »
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Never mind about the camera, is there any room for a model (models).
A little duck. Model's hands under the fabric at the back to do hand shoots. Actually Nikola, it's all your fault since I was jealous at your product shots.  :P

"A little duck"  . . . .  can't fool me, I see a white cat with black around the eyes!

« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2010, 14:23 »
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"A little duck"  . . . .  can't fool me, I see a white cat with black around the eyes!
It's not just a duck, it's a doctor Duck, please!   :o



iStock didn't like the feathering of... the feathers.  :P

« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2010, 14:32 »
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No no no. You all miss the point of this business. It is actually how micro stock sites begin. I predict that within a month we'll all get email invitations to join the newest micro stock site: PHOTO FAN.

« Reply #13 on: July 29, 2010, 15:13 »
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"A little duck"  . . . .  can't fool me, I see a white cat with black around the eyes!
It's not just a duck, it's a doctor Duck, please!   :o



iStock didn't like the feathering of... the feathers.  :P


LOL . . . .  you are a sick man. :)

« Reply #14 on: July 29, 2010, 22:07 »
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Never mind about the camera, is there any room for a model (models).
A little duck. Model's hands under the fabric at the back to do hand shoots. Actually Nikola, it's all your fault since I was jealous at your product shots.  :P

Well, I am sorry, but thanks.


 

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