Check out this clip from, "Bigger Faster Stronger", where photographer Rich Schaff explains how some companies hire him to take before and after photos on the same day, for misleading supplement advertisements. Is this why some photographers get into photography? Is this even legal? I mean, how far are you willing to go to make a buck? Don't get me wrong. I'm not trying to disparage shooters who make a living doing this type of work but is this the kind of thing shooters actually aspire towards? Why did you get into photography? Is there anything you won't shoot? What would it take for you to hang up your lens? I'd really like to hear answers to some of these questions from our readers. So please leave your comments, thoughts and rants below.
UPDATE: Looks like this video got pulled. Can't imagine why but that's ok, we found another source.
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