mrbobPhotographer Male Salt Lake City, Utah, US
My Website: Professional techniques intended.My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/Krpphoto
Mayhem # 2490799
I live in Salt Lake City, Utah. I love modeling poses, portraiture, outdoor events. Model photography is artistic expression, creativity, and a feeling of accomplishment. My goal: Find a few models who want to take their knowledge beyond beginner to very highly advanced/well established and practice every single detail of a pose - start to finish.
I intend to work diligently to accomplish proper pose technique. Otherwise I see no point in "walking up to the batters plate" or "walking onto the (football) field" - so to speak.
Real models and photographers put in the time and effort to do it correctly. I strive for perfection, but will work around problems with my models and myself and am very open to ideals, themes, and concepts.
I enjoy spending time on small details - such as creating a "V" with the arms to frame the faces of a bride and groom, tilting feet a certain way, etc. If you are interested in a specific aspect of a pose please Let me know in advance so I can work something out ahead of time.
Images I shot of the gal in green are the first ones where the model and I had the time to shoot - without darkness drastically limiting our shoot time. I also have a number of poses set aside for a bride/groom shoot that are of a professional nature for any interested "couple" that has not yet done a shoot before and is open to a "trial run" - with or without a wedding gown.
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"Bob is an eager learner with his photography. He is very passionate to get the poses and camera angles just right."
Thanks you Angela Summers for the nice shoot.
Thank you Kayla for the great shoot.
Janessa, I enjoyed the shoot. Expressions are a strong point for you.
Thanks Melissa for a truly professional shoot at Centennial Park in Fort Myers, Florida on November 16, 2015. This was worth the nearly four and a half hours we worked together. I felt we were "on the same page" from start to finish.