Sounds about right.
Sounds about right.
I can't wait to see how this plays out.
Damn you, shiny silver watchband, for making me think I'd found my Leatherman.
Personal thoughts: I sincerely doubt Taylor even knew about the language of her contracts, let alone wrote them herself. That said, photographers being expected to work for free and/or hand over their photo rights is a pretty huge issue in the industry, and if this guy can piggy-back off the virality of Tay-Tay's post and get people talking about it, so much the better.
Of course, what they forget to mention is that you get what you pay for. Those massages are typically administered by untrained people who have no business laying hands on another human body; the cab rides are often in seatbelt-less death traps; the carpentry is rudimentary at best, if they get it right.
Basically, most of the cheap labor is from inept, lazy individuals that usually need to be hounded to do anything, and often still need to be overseen to ensure they don't screw it up.
So here's my question: would you rather have super-cheap labor that you need to babysit to have done right, or expensive labor that you can rely on?
#1 and #2 are likely to be the same person, but do you really want to leave it to chance that #3 will have an in depth conversation with #1 and #2 about what he's ferrying to the next station?
Living that factory life, yo.
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