Nikon School

Nikon School

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samantharaphael's picture
samantharaphael
38 pencils

I fail to see what any of this has to do with Nikon and taking photos. theres just not enough connection. The same kind of idea would work with someone holding up a camera to take a photo with the lens cap still on.

Shawali's picture
Shawali
8375 pencils

Yup, I don't get it either. And why a giant violin?

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jteslik's picture
jteslik
1375 pencils

It's a bass. But i sure don't get it either.

EDIT: Or cello? I have no idea what's going on. If that's a cello, that's a very tiny man.

Shawali's picture
Shawali
8375 pencils

No trust me, it's a magnified violin.

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jteslik's picture
jteslik
1375 pencils

EDIT: Nvm, you're right. Neck's too fat. Well in that case it's a VERY tiny man.

binunk's picture
binunk
216 pencils

:) He is holding it in wrong way. The strings are on the other side. He is having a very good instrument, but doesn't know how to use it.

Shawali's picture
Shawali
8375 pencils

Ok, I really didn't get that.

And what is the link between the cello and a camera? Why not directly put a guy who holds his camera upside down? It wouldn't be very funny either, but at least it would make sense.

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jteslik's picture
jteslik
1375 pencils

Or scrap the campaign. People who own expensive cameras aren't completely inept at photography. I know this is an exaggeration, but I don't think I would liken my target market to a brainless cellist.

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lucasns
7 pencils

I think I get it (kind of): the man doesn't know how to "use" his instrument. The photographer must know his camera. Studying at Nikon School. I know it's still dumb.

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