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  1. #21

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    for those not interested in the shoot but interested in renting a studio for personal shoot u can check out

    treasurestudio.us

    Tell the manager that Eric recommended u for discount.

  2. #22

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    Originally posted by xfathom69
    [/B]by the way what camera are u using (Scanner)?
    [/B]
    Here is my humble configuration:
    Nikon F80S with 80DX speedlite.

    What would be the lighting situation there be like?

    BTW what is the distance between the setup and the model?
    Not sure what lens to bring down...1st time trying out studio shoot.

  3. #23

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    If u don't intend to waste time changing lens
    u should use the followunh lens

    for full length to headshot
    28-105
    24-120(not sure is 120 or 135)
    28-200

    for full length to 3/4 shot
    28-80
    24-85
    35-70

    for 1/2 to tight headshot
    75-300
    80-200

    for best result ,use prime lens
    50mm
    85 mm
    105mm

  4. #24

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    Eric, wat's e rental rates usual?

  5. #25

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    Is tripod provided?
    Might be considering bringing down two SLR body to shoot.

    Thanks

  6. #26

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    hi scanner , u don't need a tripod unless u are shooting multi-exposure.

    During our last shoot , the only time when the tripod sees action is when we took a group pic.

    unless yr hand shake at speed of 1/60, otherwise we should not have problem

  7. #27

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    eric u tried to PM me in afternn...but my mailbox full..
    wat's it bout?? how many PMs can we hold in mailbox by e wya?

  8. #28

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    It is about the rates of the studio

  9. #29

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    Originally posted by xfathom69
    hi scanner , u don't need a tripod unless u are shooting multi-exposure.

    During our last shoot , the only time when the tripod sees action is when we took a group pic.

    unless yr hand shake at speed of 1/60, otherwise we should not have problem
    Roger!

  10. #30

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    ok guys
    here is the latest update


    Astin
    Scanner
    Darktimus
    Dreamseeker
    Harzardman
    Radix lectix

    except for Radix , each will now pay $40 unless if one backout then the price will rise

    Since we have 6 person , each is about 15 min,(-change cloths,resting, makeup). If u guys want more , we can increase, but the minium is 1 hr , so it mean 1hr studio more and 1 hrfor model cost. Anyway 15 mins is good enough for 1 roll of 36.If 1hr more we have to pay about $15 for extra of 8-10 mins

    anyway for those interested u can still sign up, if more than 3 we can extend for 1-2 hrs.

    immediate printing service available for negatives(35mm)
    Service includes softening, color adjustment.



    here is a copy of the agreement u guys need to sign for the shoot. This is to protect me from legal actions in the case of mishandling or misuse of photographs for commerical purposes.
    All photographs are for personal use only!

    AGREEMENT

    Terms and conditions

    - All the photographs and negative/digital images belong to the photographer. He has all the copyrights of the photographs and negative/digital images.

    - All the photographs and negative/digital images produced/obtained in this photo shoot is for personal usage only. Under all circumstances that the photographs and negative/digital images must not be use for any commercial usage. No wealth or income can be generated from the photographs and negative/digital images.

    - In the event of mishandling of photographs and negative/digital images, the organizer of the photo shoot will not be held responsible. The photographer will be responsible for any actions taken by the model and her representing agency.

    -The organizer should not be held responsible in the case of change of model by the agency.


    - Mishandling terms:
    - photographs and negative/digital images appearing in porn
    sites or unauthorized websites.
    - photographs and negative/digital images sold for commercial
    purposes.


    I, (NRIC)_____________, (NAME)_______________ have read the above terms and conditions. I abide and agree to all the terms and conditions above.





    ___________________
    Signature / Date





    Will confirm model with u guys ( latest by monday)
    Although I cannot promise that I can get the A grade, I will get a above average looking one, otherwise my lens will crack
    Last edited by xfathom69; 13th December 2002 at 02:03 AM.

  11. #31

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    film to use

    iso 100 (fuji reala,fuji superia, kodak supra)
    iso 160 (kodak 160nc,160vc,fuji 160npc,160nps)
    Iso 200(fuji superia or kodak gold)

    for digtal user, prepare yr white card for white balancing

    for posing tips refer to
    http://www.photographytips.com

    immediate printing service for 35mm available
    Service include softening, colour adjustment ,

    Fuji S1 Pro available for rental at $80 per shoot
    Nikon F401X rental for $20 pwer session
    If u want to rent , please state in advance
    Last edited by xfathom69; 13th December 2002 at 11:24 AM.

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    Eric, I confirmed. (wow, suddenly the participants increased from 3 to 6 in a matter of days! )

  13. #33

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    Hi astin, forget to ask u what is yr small f stop? F8 or f11
    Grey card available in CP,not sure if u need white balance or not.

    Using the laptop is just to help u to get the colour without much post processing.

    to all attending the shoot ,please bring along yr external flash,in case yr in built pc sync is not working.

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    I am using Sony F717, the smallest F-stop is F8. The in-camera auto white balance looks ok to me.

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    for studio portraiture, if u wanna shoot safe, u need to over exposed at least 1 stop but no more than 3 stop.

    This will help u when u wanna print the result, overexposed result is much more easier to adjust rather than under exposed. Under exposed adjustment will bring out all the grain.

    Usually if u wanna make a little bit bright and soft, u need to used soft-filter and in this case, u need to over exposed 2 stop.

    tips that i got from some taiwanese photographer, they always over exposed at least 1 stop then when printing, tell the lab not to do some adjustment, then the result is quite bright, as usually u seen on some taiwan and japan magazine.

    -Andre

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    but if u wanna take high-key shoot, forget about make it over exposed.

    only when doin high-key shoot, we cannot make it over or under exposed coz it will make the white is no longer white when u print it.

    -Andre

  17. #37

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    Sorry guys , due to some changes from the model agency, I have to raise the rate to $50 per person. But the increase will be justified , something new will be added to the shoot.

    If any of u wants to pull to out please inform me. U will not be sorry if u stick on.

  18. #38

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    still ok

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    on

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    On! As long as quality counts!

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