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#1 Shaun Stanich

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Posted 20 October 2013 - 06:03 PM

At the wedding I did last night had a DJ that works for a company that does DJ, video and photography and he had a sign up on the DJ table with the companies name on it. How would any of you react to this? Would you try to go to the company and try to work out a deal to where they would pay you for their advertisement in the photos or would you just leave it in and not do anything? I know I should have thought about this last night but I didn't. Learn from my mistakes.

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 04:26 AM

that's an interesting one, photoshop the advert maybe, they probably wont want to remove their advert, so as you say a lesson learnt, watch out for adverts while shooting.

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