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David Muscroft

Posts: 7

Derby, England, United Kingdom

I’ve been playing around with making studio shooting more interesting……getting some pretty remarkable ‘outdoors’ results with a simple straightforward technique that is well worth the effort. Pics in my portfolio.

Nov 26 12 06:21 am Link

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B R U N E S C I

Posts: 25319

Bath, England, United Kingdom

If you want feedback this should be in the Critique forum.






Just my $0.02

Ciao
Stefano

www.stefanobrunesci.com

Nov 26 12 06:22 am Link

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Drew Smith Photography

Posts: 5210

Nottingham, England, United Kingdom

David Muscroft  wrote:
I’ve been playing around with making studio shooting more interesting……getting some pretty remarkable ‘outdoors’ results with a simple straightforward technique that is well worth the effort. Pics in my portfolio.

I think he's found some models with 'flashing eyes' according to his profile.

Nov 26 12 06:59 am Link

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Ezhini

Posts: 1601

Wichita, Kansas, US

David Muscroft  wrote:
I’ve been playing around with making studio shooting more interesting……getting some pretty remarkable ‘outdoors’ results with a simple straightforward technique that is well worth the effort. Pics in my portfolio.

OK.

Nov 26 12 07:18 am Link

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L A U B E N H E I M E R

Posts: 8796

Seattle, Washington, US

Drew Smith Photography wrote:

I think he's found some models with 'flashing eyes' according to his profile.

and?

Nov 26 12 07:25 am Link

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Leo Howard

Posts: 6795

Phoenix, Arizona, US

Your other thread was locked for spam, and I see this as a thinly veiled attempt to promote your workshop.

http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?threa … 8162&page=

Try posting in the event forum if you want to promote your event, or in the critique forum if you want a critique.

Nov 26 12 07:31 am Link

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Kent Art Photography

Posts: 2928

Ashford, England, United Kingdom

Leo Howard wrote:
Your other thread was locked for spam, and I see this as a thinly veiled attempt to promote your workshop.

http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?threa … 8162&page=

Try posting in the event forum if you want to promote your event, or in the critique forum if you want a critique.

I was going to ask if the OP would care to share his technique with us, but, presumably he won't unless I pay him.

I'm reminded of a saying of my great aunt's, something about trumpets and blowing, not sucking.

Nov 26 12 07:34 am Link

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intense_puppy

Posts: 864

Brighton, England, United Kingdom

Wasn't there some spam on here a while back about "shooting indoors without an outdoor feel"?

Nov 26 12 07:39 am Link