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    • exactly! The worst part is he has a very "up front" personality. I don't see him lasting long.
      He showed me some of his work that received high praise. Meh.

      He looked at me like I was crazy when I told him that t-stops and f-stops were different too.
      We chatted for about an hour and it was a long hour, but I figured if wanted to ask me questions, I'd answer them. I've left a lot out about my hour with this kid. He spent most of the hour finding ways to belittle the commercial profession.

      I've met so many young photographers with huge egos, but I've never come across someone that was willing to insult me to my face because I choose to shoot commercial work.

      I hope I never see him again, but he hangs out at my favorite pub. ugh.