Pdf | Eng | Amherst Media | Jeff Smith | 129 Pages | 2010 | 8.15 Mb
"As a photographer, how many times do you have a female client come in with a tight blouse, one that shows every ripple and bulge, and wonder why she’s so oblivious to the way she really looks? And it’s not just women—middle-age men are the kings of denial. They actually believe their
comb-over makes them look like they have a full head of hair or that everyone doesn’t know it’s really a wig. (And the woman on their arm who is half their age loves them for their classic good looks and not their money, right?)"