Studio Model Shoot - for Newbies


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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?

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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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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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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offspring said:
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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Interested in this event too... :)

Always wanted to try this kinda photo shooting session. :embrass:

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

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

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4th Oct ? 2-6? Isn't that the same timing as the Model shoot in the other thread? :what:
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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Astin said:
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. :devil:



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

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? :bsmilie:

Cheers. :)
 

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