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    Hi all, need some pointers.

    Intend to do my 1st photo shoot of model. is my friend in a hotel room.
    However like to know basic things needed other then my dslr, tripod. do i need those lighting equipment or i can do without?

    thanks.

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    Strobes are a whole new thing to learn, and it definately takes time and $$

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    I would suggest that you join any of the indoor shoots organised under photoshoot where u can learn and experience the basic first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boobic
    Hi all, need some pointers.

    Intend to do my 1st photo shoot of model. is my friend in a hotel room.
    However like to know basic things needed other then my dslr, tripod. do i need those lighting equipment or i can do without?

    thanks.
    Perhaps you can link 1 or 2 photos which you think best exemplifies the type of photo you wish to capture, then ppl have a better idea. To take photos with camera n tripod alone is definitely possible, but outcome may not be to your expectation

    Hotel rooms are generally not extremely well-lit, and they tend to have ambient light coming in from 1 direction only. Something to consider perhaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    Perhaps you can link 1 or 2 photos which you think best exemplifies the type of photo you wish to capture, then ppl have a better idea. To take photos with camera n tripod alone is definitely possible, but outcome may not be to your expectation

    Hotel rooms are generally not extremely well-lit, and they tend to have ambient light coming in from 1 direction only. Something to consider perhaps.
    also look for hotel rooms with windows that have sunlight coming in. then u can play with natural light with reflector as well.

    i seen most organisers here usually opt for such rooms.

    hotel 81 rooms definitely fail in this aspect :x

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    hotel 81 rooms definitely fail in this aspect :x
    Thats not really true, there are nice hotel 81s around as well, along with windows and nice decor.

    This two shots were taken at a local Hotel 81,


    This is the Hotel 81 Bugis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Override2Zion

    Thats not really true, there are nice hotel 81s around as well, along with windows and nice decor.

    This two shots were taken at a local Hotel 81,

    This is the Hotel 81 Bugis.
    I stand corrected on my opinion of Hotel 81 rooms
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