It is important that you know that no whiskey was harmed in the making of this post.
Or was it?
As with everything in life, interpretation of the facts rests almost entirely on semantics and, to that end, I think we should define 'harmed'. Merriam-Webster defines it as "something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable". Made less valuable? Ok, some whiskey was harmed. There. The truth is out. Damn you semantics.
Now, what to do with all that leftover turkey and veggies from the Thanksgiving feast?
Turkey pizza comes to mind!
Well, that's a first. Thanksgiving leftovers have never before inspired me to make pizza. Soup, yes. Who Hash, yes. Hot turkey sandwiches, yes. Even à la King. But Pizza? Never. Until yesterday.
The general advice from experienced wedding photographers, to those who don't shoot weddings, is '...if a friend asks you to photograph their wedding, say no'.
The reason for this advice is simple- shooting weddings is challenging and, given that a wedding day is generally a once-in-a-lifetime event, poor results would be disappointing; there is no chance to do a re-shoot!
It is recommended to work as a 'second shooter' on a few weddings before taking on a wedding as the 'primary shooter'.
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