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modelinn

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Hi everybody!

This is a thread to gather response before a confirmation to feature this weekend's (08th Jul) model, Venus From USA , due to some pending assignments of hers. With mixed Taiwanese and Scottish parentage, she's one pretty babe u shouldn't miss! Do register with MODELinn now if u r keen to join, for the outdoor session!



Details

Time
8.30am - 11.30am for Outdoor


Fees per session
[Outdoor]$78 for early birds (payment before Fri 06th Jul Noon) and repeat members, $88 thereafter.


Number of Outfits & Style
Clubbing, Casual
3 for outdoor


Set Up
[Outdoor]Ambient lighting adjustment arranged by organiser with multiple giant reflectors on single subject, beneficial for beginners;
Wind machine for outdoor use, superb hair "styling" effects as seen in pics


Who should attend
Newbies who have no idea how fashion/portraiture shoot is done, aspiring photographers looking to expand portfolio, photographers who like to learn and mingle, or even experts who like to share ideas, and perhaps anyone who loves Models :p


Location
Outdoors will be Urban setting, to be released to confirmed participants only


Number of participants
[Outdoor]5 to start, 7 max


Email to MODELinn@ gmail.com to book your place now!

For those who wants alternative sessions(Sunday afternoon or Saturday morning), or studio session, and those who wants to be in the mailing list, do email to MODELinn@ gmail.com as well!
 

modelinn

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Sun AM Outdoor Session Attendance
Slot 1: Reserved
Slot 2: Reserved
Slot 3: Reserved
Slot 4: Reserved
Slot 5: Reserved
Slot 6: Reserved
Slot 7: Reserved

Sun PM Outdoor Session (1-4pm) Attendance
Slot 1: Reserved
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Slot 3:
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vince123123

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Would the afternoon session be better to be from 3-6 rather than 1-4 (very hot?).
 

garou12

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Would the afternoon session be better to be from 3-6 rather than 1-4 (very hot?).
being in any condition also comes with being a photographer la what matters is getting a good shot that :)
 

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vince123123

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Seems like a wrong approach to intentionally put roadblocks to demonstrate your abilities.

That said, I trust in modelinn's explanation that there won't be direct sunlight.

being in any condition also comes with being a photographer la what matters is getting a good shot that :)
 

modelinn

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Sun AM Outdoor Session Attendance
Slot 1: Reserved
Slot 2: Reserved
Slot 3: Reserved
Slot 4: Reserved
Slot 5: Reserved
Slot 6: Reserved
Slot 7: Reserved

Sun PM Outdoor Session (1-4pm) Attendance
Slot 1: Reserved
Slot 2: Reserved
Slot 3: Reserved
Slot 4: Reserved
Slot 5: Reserved
Slot 6:
Slot 7:

 

garou12

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Seems like a wrong approach to intentionally put roadblocks to demonstrate your abilities.

That said, I trust in modelinn's explanation that there won't be direct sunlight.
Its not putting roadblocks its training yourself to shoot in any condition. Most of the time you will not have idea weather conditions to work with.

That being said it is as modelinn said it will not be in direct sunlight.
 

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vince123123

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Training is best not conducted in such situations. There are much better ways to do it.

Its not putting roadblocks its training yourself to shoot in any condition. Most of the time you will not have idea weather conditions to work with.

That being said it is as modelinn said it will not be in direct sunlight.
 

garou12

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Training is best not conducted in such situations. There are much better ways to do it.
Training happens whereever and and whenever you shoot. You're constantly learning from what you do.:nono:
 

modelinn

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Training is best not conducted in such situations. There are much better ways to do it.
Training happens whereever and and whenever you shoot. You're constantly learning from what you do.:nono:
Relax everyone, whatever the time, there will be places to shoot that will flatter the subject. help will be rendered should anyone needs it. Its not a challenge or contest. :cheers:
 

garou12

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Relax everyone, whatever the time, there will be places to shoot that will flatter the subject. help will be rendered should anyone needs it. Its not a challenge or contest. :cheers:
agreed :lovegrin:
 

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Training happens whereever and and whenever you shoot. You're constantly learning from what you do.:nono:
since u put it that way,let me know when ur joining shoot-must learn from u:devil:
 

garou12

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since u put it that way,let me know when ur joining shoot-must learn from u:devil:
Sorry i don't take disciples coz i'm still learning myself. :bsmilie:
 

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vince123123

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Alright, the next time (if ever) you are involved in shooting a big project, where 100 people are contributing to and depending on the results, and where S$XXXX is spent to bring together the cast and crew and products, you can tell all of them that you wish to shoot the project in the most unflattering and most difficult situation possible because you wish to undergo training to shoot this big project in the hardest way possible. You will also tell them that you will not do anything to make the shoot go smoothly, whether by preparation, planning or selection of parameters to shoot in, and in fact, would be very happy to have the worst sort of cockups happen during the shoot so that you can train yourself to shoot in the worst conditions possible.

Thats a really good way to go.

Training happens whereever and and whenever you shoot. You're constantly learning from what you do.:nono:
 

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