Post Your Tomato Pics!

posted on 4th of october, 2011

The lowly Isolated Tomato catches a lot of flak around here. Why not celebrate it's dullness and unoriginality? Post yours and the story behind it!
Here's mine: I threw it up on my portfolio almost as a joke after reading all the "white isolated girl cutting tomato while on laptop in business meeting in zen rock garden" posts, but the sucker ended up in a Korean healthy cooking book, so I can't complain.

Comments (17)

Posted by Yellowind on October 06, 2011
well, mine is for juice:

   Tomato juice   
Posted by Ejkrouse on October 06, 2011
Dang, Risto! Those look, uh, painful. :-)
Posted by Risto40 on October 06, 2011
now, here are those weird tomatoes :)

   Tomato       Tomato   

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Is steak tax deducatible? :-)

posted on 26th of october, 2011

What sort of materials does everyone declare on their taxes? Ink, paper, etc are all fine, but what about the items you shoot?

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Posted by Karenfoleyphotography on October 27, 2011
I consider anything that is used only for photography as a valid business expense. If you eat the steak - it's no longer deductible ;-)
Posted by Edonalds on October 26, 2011
I would declare this item on my taxes if it is something I would not normally buy. If it was purchased for the purpose of photography, it should be an expense (and in Canada, at least claim the GST/HST taxes on the item).
Posted by Davidwatmough on October 26, 2011
Of course if you are professional your earnings from your studio / weddings etc will surely far exceed the income from microstock and the cost of a steak will in my opinion be inconsequential. Consider taking your camera when you dine out and get some shots before you eat. David.

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