Model Shoot on 30 Nov


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PHOTO SHOOT of Model
TO ALL PARTIES

THE SHOOT WILL BE ON THE 30 NOV
AN INDOOR STUDIO SHOOT
TIME 12-3 PM
MEETING PLACE - BUGIS Village Burger King

THE COST OF OUTING IS $40 EACH
2 hrs session , 1 model with 2 set of cloths
Each person will have abt 20 minutes of shoot


OMEGA (CONFIRM)
CHENWEI ( CONFIRM)
Hardzadrman (CONFIRM)
PHILDATE (CONFIRM)
RADIX LECTI (CONFIRM)

still got 1 place left

for those still interested call me at 97612847. If there are 3 of u we can extend one hr for u.


FOR PREVIEW OF MODELS REFER TO

http://www.jeffreychungmodels.com


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Belle
 

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Yes . It is a indoor studio "professional" model shoot. The model is a pro not the part time student type.
 

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Originally posted by xfathom69
Yes . It is a indoor studio "professional" model shoot. The model is a pro not the part time student type.
sorry to be "low so..."

where is the studio... and how are the rental charge...?

who is setting up the light?

how many and what lightings/backdrop do they have...?

kind of curious... if its reasonable, may rent the studio for weekends shoot...
 

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can u call me on my Hp . I am not sure if u want to know more about the studio or more abt the shoot.

The studio is in Bugis. As for how much is the rental, I am not sure as the rate I am getting is different from what he offers to the rest.

I will be setting the lights, using DC and laptop. Actually we will be using butterfly lightning or gradient lightning. There is 2 setup, one is sitting,laying on the ground which we will try horizontal portrait, while the other is a standing setup.

Please note that I am not a professional photographer. Just some one who has attended studio course.

The theme is more glamour than portrait. The classic portrait stress on lightning and shadow , now we stress on the poses to bring out the figure and style of the model
 

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Originally posted by xfathom69
can u call me on my Hp . I am not sure if u want to know more about the studio or more abt the shoot.

The studio is in Bugis. As for how much is the rental, I am not sure as the rate I am getting is different from what he offers to the rest.

I will be setting the lights, using DC and laptop. Actually we will be using butterfly lightning or gradient lightning. There is 2 setup, one is sitting,laying on the ground which we will try horizontal portrait, while the other is a standing setup.

Please note that I am not a professional photographer. Just some one who has attended studio course.

The theme is more glamour than portrait. The classic portrait stress on lightning and shadow , now we stress on the poses to bring out the figure and style of the model
thanks... yap... i would like to know more or the studio... as for the shoot... like to... but i'm working to around 12pm in the west... can't make it on time... will call u to get more info on the studio...
 

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I do welcome people to come and see our shoot. Please inform me as I do want to control the number of people watching.

If u like what u see, maybe next time u can join . I do welcome comments but do it at right time. Please do not disturb when fellow photographer is shooting.
 

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Originally posted by xfathom69
I do welcome people to come and see our shoot. Please inform me as I do want to control the number of people watching.

If u like what u see, maybe next time u can join . I do welcome comments but do it at right time. Please do not disturb when fellow photographer is shooting.
ROGER... understand that as well... i don't like to be disturb when i'm shooting also...

enjoy your shoot...
 

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Hi xfathom,
I am not familiar with studio lighting. So have been trying to find out more about gradient and butterfly lighting. But before that - had one very basic doubt which you could possibly answer - is the lighting going to be "static" (meaning use of softboxes/studio lamps) or "flash"? Cuz if it is flash based with a master/slave kind of a setup, then it might be difficult to ensure that all the different camera systems can use it. Also, another very very basic doubt - the lighting would be neutral, wouldn't it? As in, can use daylight balanced film, right?

Radix Lecti
 

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The lights will be stationary, u will be using the flash sycn cable. For high end cam,u will have a pc flash sys, for low end we have a hotshoe for suitable for canon ,nikon and others except for minolta. for minolta system dynax 7 and 9 have pc flash syn so no problem but if u are using low end minolta models, u can still u yr external flash to trigger the studio lightning.

So all daylight films have no problem with the flash, no too sure abt slide.
 

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I am a bit confused. If the lights will be stationary, then why would flash sync be necessary? Couldn't we just meter normally and shoot as if we were doing it outside a studio in ambient light?

And by the way, which model did you finally select?

Originally posted by xfathom69
The lights will be stationary, u will be using the flash sycn cable. For high end cam,u will have a pc flash sys, for low end we have a hotshoe for suitable for canon ,nikon and others except for minolta. for minolta system dynax 7 and 9 have pc flash syn so no problem but if u are using low end minolta models, u can still u yr external flash to trigger the studio lightning.

So all daylight films have no problem with the flash, no too sure abt slide.
 

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Originally posted by Radix Lecti
I am a bit confused. If the lights will be stationary, then why would flash sync be necessary? Couldn't we just meter normally and shoot as if we were doing it outside a studio in ambient light?

And by the way, which model did you finally select?

You will need to sync your camera's shutter with the lights. And if you meter normally, u only get exposure of the ambient light. the studio lights are much stronger than that. thus your photos get overexposed if you meter off ambient light. also, u cannt meter the flash from the lights. they are too fast for the camera's built-in meter. u need a handheld flash meter for that.

dont worry. i noe xfathom69. he's quite experienced in these stuff. ask him on the day itself. u will clear all ur doubts then
 

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waaaah *pant pant pant*
i would have love to join in but going diving =(

think the model appeared in fhm before....
 

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THK Mervlam,:)

The model selected is Belle.

For those who have confirm, u can check the women's magzines or photosig for posing. Plan yr shots, even if the model is a professional, what she pose may not be nice in yr viewfinder. Each person will have 8-10 mins per setup.(2 setup). Plan yr ammo(film number) properly, I am sure u don't want to waste time rewinding and changing film.

The rate is usually 1-1.5 rolls. 2 if u are experience. Don't forget u cannot shoot at rapid rate as the lights need recyling time(same as yr external flash)

Go for quality shots not quantity
 

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Ok Mervlam,
I take your word on that and leave myself in Xfathom's able hands :D So Mr. xfathom, please be ready to guide us inexperienced souls! I am sure I will definitely learn from the experience.
 

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Stress man;(

By the way those with 28-105 or 24-135 , it is good for u. for 28-80 , a bit of problem for those really tight head shot, but good for those laying down shots
 

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Originally posted by xfathom69
Stress man;(

By the way those with 28-105 or 24-135 , it is good for u. for 28-80 , a bit of problem for those really tight head shot, but good for those laying down shots
i am more stress man, seem like i am the only one using digi cam... :embrass: hope to see u guys there that day ;)
 

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here is a copy of the agreement u guys need to sign for the shoot. This is to protect me from legal actions in the case of mishandling or misuse of photographs for commerical purposes.
All photographs are for personal use only!

AGREEMENT

Terms and conditions

- All the photographs and negative/digital images belong to the photographer. He has all the copyrights of the photographs and negative/digital images.

- All the photographs and negative/digital images produced/obtained in this photo shoot is for personal usage only. Under all circumstances that the photographs and negative/digital images must not be use for any commercial usage. No wealth or income can be generated from the photographs and negative/digital images.

- In the event of mishandling of photographs and negative/digital images, the organizer of the photo shoot will not be held responsible. The photographer will be responsible for any actions taken by the model and her representing agency.

- Mishandling terms:
- photographs and negative/digital images appearing in porn
sites or unauthorized websites.
- photographs and negative/digital images sold for commercial
purposes.


I, (NRIC)_____________, (NAME)_______________ have read the above terms and conditions. I abide and agree to all the terms and conditions above.





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