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Advice For A Friend... by pidhoes: 8:01pm On Jun 03
Please aos,i have passion for photography i am thinking of enrolling in a photography school.the issue now is i am a mum and wife can photography put food on the table and also to assist my man or i should just open my foodstuff shop jejely.thanks in advance

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Bola146(f): 8:30pm On Jun 03
cool Photography is a good work but it requires much time and effort, I would not advise a woman to go deeply into it unless your husband is understanding man that knows what it's takes. You will have to travel, be in the studio almost all the day, etc. I'll just advise you to go for foodstuffs business, you will have enough time for yourself and the family. Good luck

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Oyiboman69: 9:30pm On Jun 03
You get husband and child... How do you intend to cope with your family responsibilities when you know that photography is not a stationary thing to do.

I'll advised you give up that dream of becoming a photographer

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by wunmi590(m): 9:30pm On Jun 03
cool
Re: Advice For A Friend... by Tajbol4splend(m): 9:31pm On Jun 03
Food get market pass photo, everyone eats everyday whether they like it or not, whether they are rich or not

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by psychologist(m): 9:31pm On Jun 03
Me thinking how I will be fighting for UAR grin

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by eleojo23: 9:31pm On Jun 03
Open your foodstuff business, manage it for a while then get someone to help. You need to manage it yourself first so that you will understand the business then you can set up a mechanism for it to run without you being always there so that you can pursue your photography passion.

Gone are the days when people did only one thing for a living. Multiple streams of income are needed now more than ever. Aside that, doing what you have passion for will make you enjoy life more.

So a balance of money-driven venture and passion-driven venture is the way to go these days. Sometimes, the money-driven venture provides the means for you to pursue your passion.

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Ologundudu2020: 9:31pm On Jun 03
Noted
Re: Advice For A Friend... by Offpoint1: 9:32pm On Jun 03
3 business that sells in peace and in war...

Food business
Bleep business
Stupidity business

So sister choose out of the 3...

In times of peace or war, people will eat.
In times of peace or war, people will fxck
In times of peace or war, there will still be available of stupid people.

You see that thing call photography, avoid it as a married woman.

I never knew the stress photographers and models go through, until the day as a graphics designer I have to supervised models in studio for a billboard ads shoots.

That was when I know each of those billboards or ads pictures you see... It takes photographers hundreds of shots to get a single picture that bring out the right expression.

I spent a whole day for just 5 pictures I needed, photographer took hundreds of shots... It get worse when babies are involve.

For every 1 minute or 4 minutes ads video you watched, know that months of work was involved.

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Ilefoaye(f): 9:32pm On Jun 03
I dey here to learn
Re: Advice For A Friend... by ogbuefi677(m): 9:32pm On Jun 03
Pleas1:
My dear, just follow your passion
Passion no de pay bill 4 zoo oo

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by goodyvin02(m): 9:32pm On Jun 03
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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Cholls(m): 9:32pm On Jun 03
My brother photography is very expensive to setup these days ehn

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Xscape047: 9:32pm On Jun 03
Whichever gives you a comfortable life

Before hunger finish you with Passion

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by vavd0: 9:33pm On Jun 03
Passion first

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by ClassicMan202(m): 9:33pm On Jun 03
My dear open your food stuff business o.....

You fit go dey snap picture of nature during weekend for leisure

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by noobsaibot2(m): 9:34pm On Jun 03
Bola146:
cool Photography is a good work but it requires much time and effort, I would not advise a woman to go deeply into it unless your husband is understanding man that knows what it's takes. You will have to travel, be in the studio almost all the day, etc. I'll just advise you to go for foodstuffs business, you will have enough time for yourself and the family. Good luck
Truth.

As a Cinematographer, I can tell you that photography is demanding. Being a mother and wife, this is what you and your husband need to discuss as the nature of the job requires time and travelling a lot.

I don't want to sound discouraging, but no take job wey go cause kasala for house.

A piece of advice...

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Cutehector(m): 9:34pm On Jun 03
Carry yaself enter food business biko.

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by mbahdi(m): 9:34pm On Jun 03
People still dey snap picture?last time I checked Snapchat no gree make photographers dey eat again oo.so I will advice u to go for food cateen

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by LauraClasikVibe(f): 9:34pm On Jun 03
Very profitable, Just consider some factors like hygiene, taste, location etc.

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Oyiboman69: 9:35pm On Jun 03
You get husband and child... How do you intend to cope with your family responsibilities when you know that photography is not a stationary thing to do.

I'll advised you give up that dream of becoming a photographer
Re: Advice For A Friend... by themes009(m): 9:35pm On Jun 03
Photography all the way
Re: Advice For A Friend... by GeneralPula: 9:35pm On Jun 03
Food shop is your best bet here !

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by slawormiir: 9:35pm On Jun 03
Damnnn niggarrrr
Isoright
The two na hard work

I hate hard work

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by Coldshisha: 9:35pm On Jun 03
, you can do the two, one source of income is no longer enough in this economy except you can yahoo
Re: Advice For A Friend... by YurFatHer: 9:36pm On Jun 03
Can't understand what u wrote up there

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Re: Advice For A Friend... by drezzyx(m): 9:36pm On Jun 03
There is money in photography now.

If you can dedicate your time.
Though the money won't come in a rush but with time you start reaping the benefits.
Re: Advice For A Friend... by Ologundudu2020: 9:36pm On Jun 03
Bola146:
cool Photography is a good work but it requires much time and effort, I would not advise a woman to go deeply into it unless your husband is understanding man that knows what it's takes. You will have to travel, be in the studio almost all the day, etc. I'll just advise you to go for foodstuffs business, you will have enough time for yourself and the family. Good luck
Bro don’t long things, straight to the advice



Ma just start your food vendor jeje, I swear you go make I’m
To make it in photography now, you need large capital ranging From 1M upward, else you want to be in business with the slow. So start the food business, so matter how worst a food seller is. She go see people eat it, people are hungry, it’s now difficult to prepare meal at home looking at the cost.

Peace




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