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    Default Workshop [How to pose a model]

    Date: 30 Sep 2007
    Time: 2pm to 5pm
    Agenda: Theory and demo from 2pm-4pm, 4pm to 5pm, photographers to do photo shoot
    Instructor: Christopher Wong, Experience Studio Photographer who work in local and overseas studio and press.
    Stylist will be provide

    Who Should attend:
    1) Photographers who want to know how to pose a model when they run out of ideas.
    2) What to take note of when posing a model.

    Cost for members: $160 per pax
    Early birds who sign before 25th Sep : $130 per pax
    5 to start, 10 max number of photographers.

    Model of the day: Melissa: Finalist for Miss NUS pageant and Miss Singapore International 2007



    GRAP your seats NOW!!!!

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    This is a good one

    If you have a good team of fashion stylist, Makeup/Hair plus a experienced photographer, even models should go/ experience this workshop and learn something from each other

    Show us some of the works of your photographers and the team so the participants will know what genre of photography to expect Go join now

    Up for u

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    Thank you for the comment and advice.

    If we have to use the photographer's photos to pose here as a sample, we will have to pay for the copyrights to use his photos here and the cost of the fees will be 4 to 5 time the amount.

    Christopher is a photographer with the experience and I guess most of those who have attended his Studio Courses will know how good or how bad he is.

    And of course, for a short 3 hours workshop. Poses and Details as things that a young and new studio photographers tends to miss out while shooting.

    This workshop will benefits them on how to plan for their shoots and also the poses, details and lightings to suit all the mention.


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    Not sure why Buckteeth LCL keeps talking about the same post in almost every post he/she makes....

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    1 Slot taken, 4 more to start

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    Not sure why Buckteeth LCL keeps talking about the same post in almost every post he/she makes....
    Do u have proof of this? matter of fact? Serious Accusations leh

    I talk about the same post in every post i make?

    Can you clarify? If I did not keep talking about the same post in almost every post I make. Please apologise for this misleading post, not very happy when its not a fact man

    Cheers to you.

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    This thread is not for trash talk.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by studiofriend View Post
    Thank you for the comment and advice.

    If we have to use the photographer's photos to pose here as a sample, we will have to pay for the copyrights to use his photos here and the cost of the fees will be 4 to 5 time the amount.

    Christopher is a photographer with the experience and I guess most of those who have attended his Studio Courses will know how good or how bad he is.

    And of course, for a short 3 hours workshop. Poses and Details as things that a young and new studio photographers tends to miss out while shooting.

    This workshop will benefits them on how to plan for their shoots and also the poses, details and lightings to suit all the mention.

    I think its only right for a instructor to pose his photos if he is doing a paid public seminar. At least we know what the posing is about? Fashion? lifestyle? Sports? Portrait? I might be wrong and others might not agree.

    Its not to make things difficult for you nor to make u pay exhorbitant fees to get a copyright to pose his pictures la relax a bit. Perhaps he has a website that can showcase his wonderful pictures?

    Cheers and up for you. Join guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckteeth LCL View Post
    Do u have proof of this? matter of fact? Serious Accusations leh

    I talk about the same post in every post i make?

    Can you clarify? If I did not keep talking about the same post in almost every post I make. Please apologise for this misleading post, not very happy when its not a fact man

    Cheers to you.
    Come on, lighten up ...

    afterall, its just an online forum ...

    but I wonder, who wrote the above post, the real mccoy or the alter ego ...
    deadpoet
    my portfolio

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    Thank you.

    The workshop is open for anyone who is interested in the workshop. For friends who have attended Studio Friend's model shoot and workshop will know that we are sharing photography and nothing is free.

    Those who are coming in for trash talk, kindly leave this thread alone for people who are serious in looking for a learning space.

    Model shoot or fashion shoots need a team to work on. This workshop is targeting photographers on how to make their model looks better with their camera and studio lights and not how pretty and how good the stylist are. You can provide a world class stylist and world class model, if the photographer doesn't know what he/she is require, the first person not to be happy will be the clients.

    If we need to organise a fashion workshop, $160 per photographer is peanuts and not enough to pay for event the time of stylist, not to say the whole team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by studiofriend View Post
    Thank you.

    The workshop is open for anyone who is interested in the workshop. For friends who have attended Studio Friend's model shoot and workshop will know that we are sharing photography and nothing is free.

    Those who are coming in for trash talk, kindly leave this thread alone for people who are serious in looking for a learning space.

    Model shoot or fashion shoots need a team to work on. This workshop is targeting photographers on how to make their model looks better with their camera and studio lights and not how pretty and how good the stylist are. You can provide a world class stylist and world class model, if the photographer doesn't know what he/she is require, the first person not to be happy will be the clients.

    If we need to organise a fashion workshop, $160 per photographer is peanuts and not enough to pay for event the time of stylist, not to say the whole team.
    Hey thanks for the clarifications. Will help u to publicise and get you more people to sign up

    Cheers

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    Thank you very much.

    This is a photography forum and most of the organisers are targeting photographers who are willing to learn. If there is a requirement to have professionals from Makeup artist to modeling, to share their experience to conduct the workshop, we are willing to commit the time to organise. As organisers, I guess the rest of them will do the same as what we are doing.

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    upz for the day

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    Workshop will be postpone to another date.

    For interested participants, you can still drop us an email or PM.

    Different dates will be of different models and stylist for the session.


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