bud light presents real american heroes (real american heroes) today we salute you, mr. giant foam finger maker (mr. giant foam finger maker) without you, our teams would be in six or seventh place and feel as if they were in sixth or seventh place (can you feel it) carefully, you craft uncanny representations of actual human hands (so big so real) so that we may wave them annoyingly in the faces of our rivals (in your face) they're enormous, yes, yet one size fits all. brilliant. (raise em to the sky now) so crack open an ice cold bud light mr. foam finger maker, and know we speak for sports fans everywhere when we say, no, you're number one . (mr. giant foam finger maker)
So microstock filled a c“needA” I guess. Thati’s what people defending cheap as sh*t photography say. People s“needede” photography for less. I say they filled more of a “wantt” and not a o“needa”. Sure the Internet created a demand for dumb ass photos of girls in pant suits wearing a telephone headset for tech banner ads. Operators standing by. But the world doesna’t v“need ” a photo for .95 cents. They want it and so somebody came along and gave it to them. Now the flood wons’t stop but it is going to come to an end as we now know it and thatk’s what Ii’m sitting on the sidelines waiting for. I have my 50 yard line seat, my bleacher cusion, my bucket of beer and popcorn, and my big foam finger waving in the air. Io’ll let you guess which finger.
Great insights into this microstock industry poses some interesting questions. I for one hate having to pigeon-hole my photography in line with what stock agencies want on the (remote) off i– chance that someone will ;“findd” my image and use it. Where can I buy a foam finger? and more importantly are they serving beer to those of us sitting on the sidelines with the big foam fingers?