Ha ha ha
Ha ha ha
to me, a good portrait, the subject eye's is the key. the soul to the photograph. so colored contact lens just kills the photo.
He/she spends an entire week receiving smses, bumping threads, reminding moller, talking to PGs on the phone with many questions (happens really), sending reminder/payment smses before shoot.
On the shoot day itself usually must wake up earlier to check whether moller is alive or already clubbed to death, feigning sick, or have family problem cannot go out of house. Sometimes they don't tell you so better have back-up or spending a long time calling every single moller he/she can think of. And the classic is if the organiser is female, she'll end up as the replacement moller in the shoot.
During the shoot have to look after bags, swap mollers, mediate problems such as tiko pgs who do appear sometimes. Sometimes PG pisses moller off by saying something insulting (like calling her ah-lian)... and princessy behaviour start to surface. Some scared of sun, scared of dog, scared of cat or scared of BO.
Photographers put too much light block people need to mediate... photographers who like to use fish-eye lenses to irritate the guy who blocked him... end up blocking the other 4 together... also need to mediate.
Sometimes group gets lost in a ulu location, run around to find them since they don't pick up the phone.
No passion can't be organiser anymore nowsadays... no longer a "basically arrange, collect money and that is it" part-time job... it's PURE PASSION lol!
Hi Candy, it's a fashionable thing to wear for young talents/girls & they probably didn't know that some photographers prefer au-naturale.
It'll be tough in normal group shoots unless you can convince fellow shooters, organiser & model to do it. Let's try it next time while the model changes
To me, the coloured lenses rob the soul of the eyes although some do add enhancements & also depends on the theme of the shoot.