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My First Photo Shoot With a Model

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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 00:12:54 AM by Mudplucker
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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 01:21:52 AM by Clearvista
Well done. Seems like you got some great photos and also learned a lot in the process. I am sure each time for will get a better grade to give yourself. Very interesting and enjoyable blog -thank you.
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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 01:25:57 AM by Elianehaykal
C is not bad for a first-ever shoot :) Thanks for sharing!

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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 02:36:26 AM by Miraclemoments
I think it went well MP...besides the white balance error the lighting seems good to me. I always have all these ideas in my head about poses etc and when the day comes I have a brain fart and forget everything.

What I have noticed with kids is this...ISO 400, no tripod and they set the pace...hahaha..constricting the little ones to poses and what YOU want them to do makes for strained smiles and weird looking faces.

I almost always use autofocus...just so much easier and just select the focus point as you did. When using autofocus it enables you to at least shoot a series of 4 or 5 shots rapidly when that model starts to giggle. Those make the best shots.

All in all...well done!!! 18 files online is a lovely increase.
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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 16:29:27 PM by Parkinsonsniper
Well done for your first try. children is not easy to control during a session :) keep are on the right way my friend.
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Message posted at 03/28/2013, 19:48:09 PM by Peanutroaster
Good job, you learned a lot! A list of concepts is a good thing to have at ready and be ready to throw them out the window too if things start going bad.
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Message posted at 03/30/2013, 19:37:47 PM by Inyrdreams
awesome job and you are on your way. what a cutie too. talk to me on FB and I can give you model tips if you have questions.. lol I had a full time studio for years but you dont see that in my portfolio due to lack of copy rights! now its just lack of space.. darn sometimes I miss my large camera room!
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Message posted at 04/04/2013, 08:14:46 AM by Cleaper
Interesting blog - thanks for sharing your experience! Well done with your shoot, I think you got some good results.
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Message posted at 04/12/2013, 09:56:25 AM by Cousy86
Cool Blog!My first expirience with child was shooting 5 months born baby,but she was very interested what i'm doing,and always was looking(almost always looking) in the camera!
And your the Photos are very good!Thanks for sharing!
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Message posted at 04/27/2013, 08:34:50 AM by Tamaraspence
Well, that is a very cool and detailed experience about the photo shoot. I must admit that photo shoot teaches you a lot of new things that can only be learnt by doing it practically. Thanks for sharing the article/experience. insurance claim lawyer

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