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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart

    he is a wet nurse la.
    Wet nurse? No no... A real nurse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    Wet nurse? No no... A real nurse...
    set! i open a outing thread. u be the model wearing nurse uniform. on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    set! i open a outing thread. u be the model wearing nurse uniform. on?
    can't cheapen the profession by doing a shoot that caters to the fetishes and fancies of horny men >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    can't cheapen the profession by doing a shoot that caters to the fetishes and fancies of horny men >.<
    Ooooh.. Ameri Ichinose is so good at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    can't cheapen the profession by doing a shoot that caters to the fetishes and fancies of horny men >.<
    No we are professionals u know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    No we are professionals u know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    so on?

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    Default Re: Tips for capturing nurses at work.

    Can pretend to be sick and check into a hospital hiding a dslr under the blanket and shoot.

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    any tips for chasing nurses at work?

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    kekekeke ....... thank you fellas ...... for going OT and getting this thread moved to Kopitiam .........
    Last edited by ed9119; 22nd August 2011 at 04:54 PM.
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Quote Originally Posted by lostsole View Post
    any tips for chasing nurses at work?
    First you have to be very sick to get admitted to a hospital.

    After you get inside you have to pretend to be more sick than others to get her care and attention:


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    Wah got this kind of nurse cannot leave hospital forever liao, everyday blood transfusion from nose bleed.

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    If day time use natural light, if night time use bed side lightings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    If day time use natural light, if night time use bed side lightings.
    I know flash is out but how about using a small led light like the z96 to provide some mood lighting? Making things more dramatic?

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    LOL thread moved here. YAY.

    no. my uniform isn't like that >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    First you have to be very sick to get admitted to a hospital.

    After you get inside you have to pretend to be more sick than others to get her care and attention:

    Don't need to fake illness

    This kind of nurse would make all men nose bleed

    Straight away tell her you need a blood transfusion, stretch out your left arm for her to poke the needle into your vein and use your right hand to take her photos

    PS: Be careful not to cover your lens with blood
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duinchlfc

    I know flash is out but how about using a small led light like the z96 to provide some mood lighting? Making things more dramatic?
    Have to try and see. But here's a suggested composition idea: take from the back of patient's elevated bed with nurse doing some procedure on patient (smiling of coz). Use a f number that blurs back of patient (or pillow) focusing on the face of the nurse. This way face of patient not shown. How to light the nurse' face - have to experiment together with ambient lighting.

    Good luck!

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    Hi!

    Shooting at the hospitAl must alwAys wash your hands de.
    Else yOu will gall sick and the camera will also fall sick!

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    Inform and get permission from all person involve first. Always wear your ID prominently so on lookers and passerby won't be disturb by what they see and go complain. Long lenses are good as you won't intrude into the working space and the comfort zone of patients, not forgetting the good bokeh that adds focus to your picture and at the same time blurred out all background. Wishing you a successful shoot
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai

    Have to try and see. But here's a suggested composition idea: take from the back of patient's elevated bed with nurse doing some procedure on patient (smiling of coz). Use a f number that blurs back of patient (or pillow) focusing on the face of the nurse. This way face of patient not shown. How to light the nurse' face - have to experiment together with ambient lighting.

    Good luck!
    Good idea. But the nurse preferably standing straight or bent over?

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