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Old October 13th, 2016, 02:27 PM
Pat Dwyer Pat Dwyer is offline
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Red face Getting published................

Being a photographer has some high points, like being able to capture an image that can never be reciprocated..... great sunset, a perfect setting in the sky, perhaps a celebrity on vacation in acapulco or what ever..........But there are just so many photographers out there......it is hard to compete.............if someone wants to be a writers, some publishing companies get 30 submissions for books every day...........the field. of photography is similar, there are just so many pictures in magazines, yet the number of photographers is incredible.........getting something published is like winning the lottery...........it is practically impossible......................
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