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RBedw51767@aol.com wrote: > > Ken: > > I understand completely and I agree with you. If I were a professional I > would certainly not give up until I became the Senior Photographer. Whatever > that means. I think that we have quite a few on our list that qualify as > this. It is hard to eat those titles isn't it? > > Thanks for your comments. > > Bob Bedwell > << Bob, > > snip If I stop delivering > quality work, I will soon stop being an IT Professional. I think it is the > same for Professional Photography. snip > Ken > >> Well I'm getting into a lot of stuff here but five or six years ago I reached a point in my career where I did stop delivering quality work often fifteen years. I felt like my yellow page ad should have read "Mediocrity is the Message." It got to a point when I was darn happy when the film came out and their eyes were open. Finally I quit for a year or two, now I'm back. Once or twice I had the good grace to talk nice sounding people out of hiring me. Other times that was not a financial option. Realistically how many people are going to say "Yes, those poor suckers have been hiring me for years, If I were you, I'd go elsewhere."? Mark Rabiner He's back!