Forums > Critique > Fun and Games > Would you work with the person above you?

Model

Aubrey Kyle

Posts: 39

Knoxville, Tennessee, US

Whether it be to photograph them or be in a shoot with them! smile

Dec 09 11 09:52 pm Link

Photographer

EdwardKristopher

Posts: 3377

Tempe, Arizona, US

ABSOLUTELY!  :-)

Dec 09 11 09:53 pm Link

Photographer

H B P

Posts: 3583

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Sure,

I'm always down to work with other photographers. I like to see how others shoot. wink

Dec 09 11 09:55 pm Link

Photographer

Honey Stinger

Posts: 6355

Madison, Wisconsin, US

No way. H B P's f/stops intimidate me!

smile

Dec 09 11 09:57 pm Link

Photographer

Dan K Photography

Posts: 5466

STATEN ISLAND, New York, US

no, because even though he spelled it out I still can't pronounce his name.

Dec 09 11 09:59 pm Link

Photographer

Liquid Projects

Posts: 410

Boston, Massachusetts, US

I'm always down to learn from others and just have a good time

Dec 09 11 09:59 pm Link

Photographer

Beautiful Sundays

Posts: 3840

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Liquid Projects wrote:
I'm always down to learn from others and just have a good time

For sure smile

Liquid would inspire me to be more creative/imaginative...killer ideas on display there.

Besides, I lived in Cambridge in '86 and used to take the orange line through Beverly and other weird places to see my GF...I need a refresher on the geography there smile

Dec 10 11 09:05 am Link

Model

ooooo

Posts: 612

Kentaū, Oņtüstik Ķazaķstan, Kazakhstan

I would love to do a sexy shoot wearing womens lingerie once so sure smile

Dec 10 11 09:58 am Link

Photographer

Lucinda Wedge

Posts: 4223

Littlerock, California, US

Yep, he's hot and he's  willing to wear women's lingerie - BONUS!!!

Dec 10 11 10:44 am Link

Photographer

Supermodel Photographer

Posts: 3309

Oyster Bay, New York, US

Aubrey Kyle wrote:
Would you work with the person above you?

Whether it be to photograph them or be in a shoot with them!

That would depend on who the model was.

Dec 10 11 10:58 am Link

Photographer

Olivia Naumov

Posts: 136

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

As a model, no. Only because it's not the sort of style I would like to be shot in. As a photographer, yes. I always love to hear how others work and how it differs to my own.

Dec 10 11 03:22 pm Link

Photographer

David Hirsh

Posts: 2379

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sure, female photographers are always awesome and interesting in this male-dominated field, and besides, she's from the city I was born in! I need to go back soon, anyway.

Good work from a newcomer at such a young age, too. Keep it up!

Dec 10 11 03:27 pm Link

Photographer

Geoff Jones

Posts: 1508

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

David Hirsh wrote:
Sure, female photographers are always awesome and interesting in this male-dominated field, and besides, she's from the city I was born in! I need to go back soon, anyway.

Good work from a newcomer at such a young age, too. Keep it up!

Yes awesome work!

Dec 10 11 03:30 pm Link

Model

Rena

Posts: 9488

Greenville, North Carolina, US

yes

Dec 10 11 03:32 pm Link

Photographer

MKPhoto

Posts: 5665

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Yes (made it in time, nobody beat  me to Rena smile

Dec 10 11 03:33 pm Link

Photographer

Honey Stinger

Posts: 6355

Madison, Wisconsin, US

Oh gawd. RENA. Yes!

Dec 10 11 03:33 pm Link

Photographer

End of the Road Studio

Posts: 167

Albuquerque, New Mexico, US

Yup

Dec 10 11 03:33 pm Link

Photographer

Honey Stinger

Posts: 6355

Madison, Wisconsin, US

MKPhoto wrote:
Yes (made it in time, nobody beat  me to Rena smile

Grrrrrrr!

smile

Dec 10 11 03:35 pm Link

Model

Jem Iredale

Posts: 1769

Merrimac, Massachusetts, US

Yepppp you bet!

Dec 10 11 03:36 pm Link

Photographer

MKPhoto

Posts: 5665

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Cuica Cafezinho wrote:
Grrrrrrr!

smile

http://toeas.com/smiley/files/2011/07/tongue-smiley.png

I did not know it was so big lol

Dec 10 11 03:37 pm Link

Body Painter

Tim Gratton

Posts: 1054

Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia

Sure would! smile JEM

Dec 10 11 03:38 pm Link

Photographer

Thomas Tran

Posts: 362

Grand Rapids, Michigan, US

yes, something new!

Dec 10 11 03:40 pm Link

Model

J Corrosion

Posts: 533

Manchester, England, United Kingdom

Yes, his technique and style is really nice.

Dec 10 11 03:47 pm Link

Photographer

M co

Posts: 461

Lakewood, Washington, US

totally

Dec 10 11 04:11 pm Link

Photographer

Marcio Faustino

Posts: 2059

Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Yes, I would be his assistant... But only for one photoshoot...

Dec 10 11 04:19 pm Link

Photographer

warren hukill

Posts: 2013

Oakland, California, US

Marcio Faustino Santos wrote:
Yes, I would be his assistant... But only for one photoshoot...

Do dogs go "bow wow"

Dec 10 11 04:24 pm Link

Model

Prince Aaron

Posts: 16

San Marcos, Texas, US

Absolutely! His shoots look like TONS of fun!!

Dec 10 11 11:28 pm Link

Photographer

Garry k

Posts: 27225

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

sure , I have never worked with a Prince before

Dec 10 11 11:29 pm Link

Photographer

Morgue Creation Photo

Posts: 1957

Marietta, Georgia, US

Sure, Id like to retouch some of his work for fun too

Dec 10 11 11:32 pm Link

Photographer

MKanji

Posts: 422

Los Angeles, California, US

nyet

Dec 11 11 01:24 am Link

Photographer

True Colours Photograph

Posts: 203

Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

Don't think so.  Could never get past his ego

Dec 11 11 01:33 am Link

Model

KC32

Posts: 3

Penrith, England, United Kingdom

lol your comment made me laugh...

Yeah some gud naturel pics in port. luv the pic of girl on branch and the stones...

x

Dec 11 11 01:46 am Link

Photographer

Morgue Creation Photo

Posts: 1957

Marietta, Georgia, US

KC32 wrote:
lol your comment made me laugh...

Yeah some gud naturel pics in port. luv the pic of girl on branch and the stones...

x

sure we'd have to punk or gothy you but it can be done ^,^

Dec 11 11 01:55 am Link

Photographer

MKanji

Posts: 422

Los Angeles, California, US

still nyet.
But i would spend a day looking through my polaroid diaries over a beer.
It takes a big ego when you play in the big pool.

Dec 11 11 01:59 am Link

Photographer

Morgue Creation Photo

Posts: 1957

Marietta, Georgia, US

MKanji wrote:
still nyet.
But i would spend a day looking through my polaroid diaries over a beer.
It takes a big ego when you play in the big pool.

May I ask why not yet and I think I wouldnt because we shoot on oppisite spectrems i wouldnt be interested in your subjects

Dec 11 11 02:04 am Link

Photographer

MKanji

Posts: 422

Los Angeles, California, US

Im middle aged. I cut my teeth in the industry working for people like :Herb Ritts, Michaelangelo DiBattista, Antoine Verglas etc. I'm afraid id just have nothing to learn from you. Its no offense to you or your work. On the other hand I could show you about 400 magazine cover lighting setups. Or spend hours discussing the aesthetic and technique that goes into high end fashion advertising with polaroid examples. You bring the beer.

Dec 11 11 02:07 am Link

Model

KC32

Posts: 3

Penrith, England, United Kingdom

sure we'd have to punk or gothy you but it can be done ^,^

I have a gothy type shoot tomorrow and really lookin forward to it yikes) so we shall see how it turns out...x

Dec 11 11 02:15 am Link

Photographer

EdBPhotography

Posts: 7679

Torrance, California, US

KC32 wrote:
sure we'd have to punk or gothy you but it can be done ^,^

I have a gothy type shoot tomorrow and really lookin forward to it yikes) so we shall see how it turns out...x

Yes, definitely.  I'd like to shoot a very honest and artistic nude of you, not glam or lingerie.

Dec 11 11 02:22 am Link

Model

Cole Morrison

Posts: 3958

Portland, Oregon, US

EdBPhotography wrote:
Yes, definitely.  I'd like to shoot a very honest and artistic nude of you, not glam or lingerie.

^ i'd work with you in an instant!

Dec 11 11 02:28 am Link

Photographer

Burn Out Bright

Posts: 80

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

Hell yes....

Dec 11 11 04:17 am Link