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    Theres a lot of dirty minded people here...

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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?
    The LED maybe too harsh though. Experiment with wrapping a piece of tracing paper around it to diffuse the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlim76 View Post
    Good idea. But the nurse preferably standing straight or bent over?
    why would you need to state those positions? i think in any position taking care of the patients is just fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309

    why would you need to state those positions? i think in any position taking care of the patients is just fine...
    The pic is composed from behind the patient, showing the back. IMO, the nurse if standing straight or bent over would have totally different feel to the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlim76 View Post
    The pic is composed from behind the patient, showing the back. IMO, the nurse if standing straight or bent over would have totally different feel to the pic.
    bending over doing what is the question

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    It's not fair to degrade a nursing profession into soft porn.

    Let's keep this thread professional as it also degrades the photographer behind the camera.
    Last edited by xtemujin; 24th August 2011 at 12:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    It's not fair to degrade a nursing profession into soft porn.Let's keep this thread professional as it also degrades the photographer behind the camera.
    thank you.I've been waiting for someone to say that

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    You should have come in to defend the nursing profession instead of waiting for people to do it, don't be a fence sitter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Duinchlfc View Post
    thank you.I've been waiting for someone to say that
    Last edited by xtemujin; 24th August 2011 at 12:37 PM.

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    For the lighting on nurse's face, isn't the bedside fluo lamp enuf? I mean each patient has a fluo lamp on the wall near the head of the patient, rite? Wouldn't that be sufficient?
    Life is full of partings - snapshot them while you can & cherish them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by larlarloo View Post
    For the lighting on nurse's face, isn't the bedside fluo lamp enuf? I mean each patient has a fluo lamp on the wall near the head of the patient, rite? Wouldn't that be sufficient?
    thanks for the tip

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart View Post
    he is a wet nurse la.
    Double WOW WOW!!!
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    Not all nurses nice 1, having worked with them, I know some are pain in the butt. All in all treat them with respect and brief them on what you're doing before snapping, that'll do the trick. I once saw a scene where this old lady @ the old folks home, she held the hand of a pretty volunteer, looking down (at) the volunteers hand compared to her wrinkly hand. Made my heart skipped a beat...

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