When I was growing up, my mom did most of the cooking at home.
Occasionally, though, my parents took us to a "nice restaurant", where they spent the money for a "nice meal" that, as expected, went a level beyond our normal day-to-day fare.
But more common was when my dad stopped at a fast-food place for inexpensive quick "burgers and fries", and we were pretty happy!
Now, that was in the '50s before MacDonalds came out and created the "Fast Foods Industry", but the same thing applies today. If you want "good food" and are willing and able to pay the price, you can go to a "restaurant" with known good food! Yay!
But we know that a short distance away, there will be a McD's or other fast-food place where you can walk in and grab a quick inexpensive meal.
And, decades later, there are still "nice restaurants", ones that have earned a good reputation because of the quality of their food and the service they provide...
I'd say that's a pretty good analogy here! Don't "dis" the fast food (photo) places, especially if you ever, ever use one! They provide a needed service, but if you want a "good" meal (photo shoot) then you know there is one in your area -- they will charge more, but with good results and good service!