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    Default Studio shoot (cost-sharing)

    Just for the newbies and those interested to try out studio photography without the high costs.

    I'll try to arrange for a studio session for those interested and let's share the cost of shoot (should be abt $30 - 40 or so for 8 pax) I'll need to finalise the costing figures but should not run above that,

    Let's try to have a show of hands to kick-start this.
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    ME ME!!!But got trainer to teach or not?i know nuts about studio photography
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    I am interested but I know nothing about it and i only have a PNS???

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    you need to let others know what you intend to shoot in the studio.

    btw, models shoot will get more responses,

    insects and bugs will not...
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    errr... what are we shooting arh?

    if i be model ... i get to shoot for free? hahahaha..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peiling View Post
    I am interested but I know nothing about it and i only have a PNS???
    you need a camera either has hotshoe or flash sync terminal, and able set to manual mode, typical f stop for studio shoot is somewhere f8~f16, so you camera minimum aperture also must be around this region.

    hope this help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    you need a camera either has hotshoe or flash sync terminal, and able set to manual mode, typical f stop for studio shoot is somewhere f8~f16, so you camera minimum aperture also must be around this region.

    hope this help.
    Thanks bro for the clarification...

    I will be arranging for a Studio model shoot. But due to the lowered fees area, I probably can only source for 1 model and may not have MUA.

    Shooting will be in a proper studio and we'll try to guide you guys/gals as much as possible. Please do indicate your interest here in this thread so I can try to arrange for a date as soon as possible.

    And the date should most probably be a weekday evening to start with.
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    might as well organise a TFCD studio shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    might as well organise a TFCD studio shoot.
    need someone to be experienced in this, else the results will not be satisfactory.
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    Count me IN!!! so will there be any senior members or experienced studio photogs to guide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Thanks bro for the clarification...

    I will be arranging for a Studio model shoot. But due to the lowered fees area, I probably can only source for 1 model and may not have MUA.

    Shooting will be in a proper studio and we'll try to guide you guys/gals as much as possible. Please do indicate your interest here in this thread so I can try to arrange for a date as soon as possible.

    And the date should most probably be a weekday evening to start with.
    you also need a few IR triggers, if the studio don't have, photographers need to source themself.
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    i also wan..

    keep me inform please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    need someone to be experienced in this, else the results will not be satisfactory.
    u help lor...

    i ish dun mind go there kiao kah... since i oso newbie...
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    Model would be from a proper agency and not a TFCD type. And the studio would be properly equipped as well. With the necessary triggers and strobes available.

    Let's start a name list first so the rest can add on their names :

    #1 - snapperz
    #2 - k3nn3th03
    #3 -
    #4 -
    #5 -
    #6 -
    #7 -
    #8 -

    We'll start off with approx 6 to 8 first and if we can hold this with good reviews, I may continue with more sessions in future.
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    Model would be from a proper agency and not a TFCD type. And the studio would be properly equipped as well. With the necessary triggers and strobes available.

    Let's start a name list first so the rest can add on their names :

    #1 - snapperz
    #2 - k3nn3th03
    #3 - shahrecover
    #4 -
    #5 -
    #6 -
    #7 -
    #8 -

    We'll start off with approx 6 to 8 first and if we can hold this with good reviews, I may continue with more sessions in future.

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    think Majestic1C shd be experience enuff liao. he can be the model this round instead

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    If can give an approximate price range now will be even better..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    If can give an approximate price range now will be even better..
    Think if you guys are looking for a studio, prices range from $25 to $50 per hour depending on your requirements. The last studio I booked was $25 per hour. Not big but cosy enuff.

    Models ranges from Free (TFCD) to $X.

    MUA depends on your requirements. Normally starting from $50

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZDragon View Post
    Think if you guys are looking for a studio, prices range from $25 to $50 per hour depending on your requirements. The last studio I booked was $25 per hour. Not big but cosy enuff.

    Models ranges from Free (TFCD) to $X.

    MUA depends on your requirements. Normally starting from $50
    which model?

    Free to $9? cos single digit price...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    which model?

    Free to $9? cos single digit price...
    $9?? wu yang bo??

    wait later somebody come and tell you that "my grandmother can pose better!"
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