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Luke Bhothipiti
Works at Northlight Visuals
Attends University of Central Florida
Lived in Ormond Beach, FL
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Tara- 9/28/2011
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WHY IS THIS IN MY HOUSE!?
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A last minute photoshoot with some new gear.
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Does this thing still work?
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Indeed it does... I can't sleep. Thinking of going out for some street shooting with my velvia 800. :o
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Um. Wat.
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  • University of Central Florida
    Photography, 2010 - present
  • Daytona State College
    Photographic Technologies, 2008 - 2010
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  • Northlight Visuals
    Photographer, 2011 - present
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Ormond Beach, FL - Orlando, FL - Port Orange, FL
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So uh. . . I'm still not entirely sure what just happened here. I called these guys Sunday to set up an appointment to have my car detailed in and out. I spoke to Max, who was very polite and helpful and set up the appointment for later in the week. On the day of the appointment (which was scheduled for 2:00 PM), Max called and said that they had a cancellation and would be able to work on the car earlier (Noon) if I wanted to. After agreeing, he said the crew would be out shortly to start the work. After getting a few confused phonecalls from his crew as they were looking for my address, they eventually found me around 12:30 PM after some sort of mixup about where they were actually going. The two-man crew showed up in a box truck, started unloading gear and started to work. Periodically, I would stick my head out to check the progress of the work and noticed the two-man crew was now down to one. The remaining worker said that the other one had left (I have no idea how since they showed up in one truck) to get some "more supplies and pick up another guy." Okay. . . weird, but no big deal since some exterior work is getting done to the car. After talking with the lone detailer, I find out that he's just "a paint guy and doesn't do interiors" so that would have to wait until everyone gets back. At 3:00, I head back outside and find just one guy still working away at my car. No one else in sight. He asks to borrow my phone to call the crew since he forgot his. No answer. He keeps working on the exterior. 4:30 rolls around and it's still just the one dude working on the exterior. At this point, I'm getting pretty confused. At 5:30, paint dude throws in the towel, packs up, and leaves. Thankfully I'm not charged for the work done. I call Max back at the listed phone number. It's disconnected. I call back the phone number that was called earlier when my phone was borrowed and left a voicemail stating my dissatisfaction. Within 15 minutes, some dude calls back, and vows to come back and complete the work. . . sometime. This job was quoted to take TWO hours for the whole car. By my count, it took nearly FIVE hours to just do the exterior with ZERO work done to the interior. I told them it would not be necessary for them to come back and that I would be using another business. The guy on the line didn't seem surprised, made no attempt to charge me (as if I was willing to pay) and hung up. Before he left, the one guy who actually did any work revealed to me that the company had somehow managed to lose a large corporate account. Gee, I wonder why. After closely inspecting the work that actually HAD been done I found it was no better than anything I could have done myself. The wheels still had spots on them, there were still streaks of wax in some places, somehow the entire rear bumper missed the supposed "claybar treatment," and the exhaust pipes were completely untouched. Bottom line, don't waste your time. Seriously. Don't.
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