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    Default Studio Model Shoot - for Newbies

    Hi I received a few pms asking about studio model shoot FAQ. So I am going to organize studio model shoot specially for newbies. I will try to find some sifu(s) to come along and shoot together with the newbies participants. Note this is not a workshop, not a training, this is just a studio shoot session that a newbie will shoot together with a sifu. Along the way, hopefully the newbie can grasp some basics eg:
    - basic communication skill between photog and model
    - basic posing technique
    - basic composition technique

    We will hire a professional model from agency, use studio light for the first half, then use available light for the second half. The cost for newbie participant will be $60. The date will be either a Sat afternoon or a Sun morning.

    Anyone interested?

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    Model Shoot - for Newbies
    Date : Oct 4, 2003 (Saturday)
    Time : 2-6pm
    Location : Loyang studio
    Model/Clothing : 1 casual, 1 formal
    Cost : $60 each
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    Sounds interesting. How long the whole session? Can the price be lowered for newbies?

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    digicam with manual mode can be use in the studio

    consumer cam that can be used

    fuji s5000
    oly c740,c750,5050
    canon a40,a60,a70, all G series

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    Quote Originally Posted by xfathom69
    digicam with manual mode can be use in the studio

    consumer cam that can be used

    fuji s5000
    oly c740,c750,5050
    canon a40,a60,a70, all G series
    You don't like C730 ah?
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    In fact if the digicam has a manual mode that allows you to set the aperture and shutter, then it should be ok.

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    At last - a session of studio shoot for newbies. I am interested - using 10D.

    Prefer saturday though. Astin: what range of lenses is good for studio?

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    hi astin! tis session sounds good. rather than having 2 go along with the experts & act like a sotong. count me in if its a saturday. thanx!

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    Experts also evolve from sotong mah...

    /me runs away

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    No sotong in photography but keep learning - The key to success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by offspring
    At last - a session of studio shoot for newbies. I am interested - using 10D.

    Prefer saturday though. Astin: what range of lenses is good for studio?
    It depends on your style. To have a easier start, I recommend a standard to mid tele focal length, in other words, 50mm-85mm range, either zoom or fixed focus are ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunjack
    Sounds interesting. How long the whole session? Can the price be lowered for newbies?
    Gunjack, the cost is to cover the model fee and studio rental.
    (We hire grade A model. )

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    Interested in this event too...

    Always wanted to try this kinda photo shooting session.

    Please do let me know of the details for this session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ23
    Experts also evolve from sotong mah...

    /me runs away
    possibly so. but dun want 2 hold up others in the queue behind mah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcman
    No sotong in photography but keep learning - The key to success.
    yeah. but preferably with some expert advice.

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    Details here:
    Model Shoot - for Newbies
    Date : Oct 4, 2003 (Saturday)
    Time : 2-6pm
    Location : Loyang studio
    Model/Clothing : 1 casual, 1 formal
    Cost : $60 each


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    Quote Originally Posted by EOS500N
    possibly so. but dun want 2 hold up others in the queue behind mah.
    won't hold up, cuz when the time's up, the timer will inform you and the next one will go.

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    4th Oct ? 2-6? Isn't that the same timing as the Model shoot in the other thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    4th Oct ? 2-6? Isn't that the same timing as the Model shoot in the other thread?
    Yes same time same place. You do your model shoot, after that let the newbies do the newbies shoot. Everybody will get their 2x10minutes.
    Boss, ok or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ23
    won't hold up, cuz when the time's up, the timer will inform you and the next one will go.
    ok dats good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    Yes same time same place. You do your model shoot, after that let the newbies do the newbies shoot. Everybody will get their 2x10minutes.
    Boss, ok or not?
    NOooooooooooooooooooooo cannot.



    But.. if you lend me ur D100 + 50mm f/1.4, I'll say yes

    Shouldn't be a prob, think also hard to fill up the rest of the slots. Can I be a 'sifu' to the newbies and then I can shoot 2 more times?

    Cheers.

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