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emelle
Posts: 105
San Francisco, California, US


Yes I am 4 th from the right. The last girl with cowboy hat if going from left to right.
Oct 01 12 08:10 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Yani S
Posts: 914
Los Angeles, California, US


Post hidden on Nov 19, 2012 10:30 am
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Oct 01 12 10:47 am  Link 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


Yani S wrote:
Thanks for tagging everyone!!!
Ya I had it titled "Nine on the Edge of Infinity" Before FB banned the photo! Hahaha

They're all tagged but is it all correct?
[Eye witness testimony isn't very reliable although powerful in court.]

No wonder we got banned and booted for shooting "Nine in Nothing"! (Hats don't really count.)

Oct 01 12 11:16 am  Link  Quote 
Model
emelle
Posts: 105
San Francisco, California, US


Post hidden on Nov 19, 2012 10:31 am
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Oct 01 12 01:46 pm  Link 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30130088
[Revised from image to link November 18, 2012].

Sailor siren!

Ira, are you happy now! :-) LOL I'm posting images an not just words.

This was a "drive by" shot, ie she was not posing for me! :-)
Oct 01 12 01:46 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


DELETED!

Concentric triangles!
Oct 01 12 02:08 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Lorelei LeFox
Posts: 5
Los Angeles, California, US


Hey y'all. I know there are still some photos of me ploating around there somewhere!
Oct 01 12 02:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


Post hidden on Nov 19, 2012 10:32 am
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Oct 01 12 03:59 pm  Link 
Model
emelle
Posts: 105
San Francisco, California, US


Gary can you send me a copy of the the photo you posted of me on this thread?  I really liked the shot and would like to use it for my portfolio and mm.  Thanks~E
Oct 01 12 04:22 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
emelle
Posts: 105
San Francisco, California, US


Photographers please keep posting pictures...I love seeing all our beautiful ladies hard work....yes and yours too!
Oct 01 12 04:25 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


emelle wrote:
Photographers please keep posting pictures...I love seeing all our beautiful ladies hard work....yes and yours too!

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121001/17/506a394bc0ed9.jpg

Invaluable editing assistance by Clarkmeister! :-)

[10 man hours minumum, plus 1.5-hour drive, $36 victuals.
4 images. Internal reference 6874.]

Oct 01 12 05:50 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Sensual Magic
Posts: 1,602
Upland, California, US


FFantastique wrote:

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121001/17/506a394bc0ed9.jpg

Invaluable editing assistance by Clarkmeister! :-)

[10 man hours, plus 1 hour drive, $. 4 images. Internal reference 6874.]

Whoever this 'Clarkmeister' guy is, well, he sure knows how pic 'em. Keep up the good work.

Oct 01 12 07:02 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Sensual Magic
Posts: 1,602
Upland, California, US


Post hidden on Nov 19, 2012 10:33 am
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Oct 01 12 07:10 pm  Link 
Photographer
F-stop Jonny
Posts: 92
Dallas, Texas, US


emelle wrote:
Photographers please keep posting pictures...I love seeing all our beautiful ladies hard work....yes and yours too!

http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/554540_430455993679557_555255246_n.jpg

http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/377338_430456707012819_1590814587_n.jpg

Oct 01 12 09:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Select Models
Posts: 35,305
Upland, California, US


emelle wrote:
Gary can you send me a copy of the the photo you posted of me on this thread?  I really liked the shot and would like to use it for my portfolio and mm.  Thanks~E

You got mail girl... great shootin with you at Conchas Chinas Beach in PV... borat

Oct 01 12 11:11 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Blank page
Posts: 21
Los Angeles, California, US


Photographer: FFantastic

Photo editer: Dan Spencer

Models: Jin N Tonic and myself, Nina Dove.

you can "like" the Jin N Tonic fan page
here: http://www.fb.com/jin.n.tonic.fanpage 
You can add me on
MM here: http://www.modelmayhem.com/2701068
FB here: https://www.facebook.com/modelNenaDove

Wardrobe: Jin N Tonic (Thanks Jinny lol)


http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u21/nicolababy/JinNTonicContest.jpg
Oct 02 12 12:53 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


F-stop Jonny wrote:
Question; how is everyone handling release forms?
Mailing out hard copy with a self-addressed stamped envelope?
E-mailing a file and having it mailed back?

What is a release? LOL

[Background: Every communication risks miscommunication. Last time I answered a question my response was castigated. We are pleasure seeking, pain avoiding organisms. I may be exceptional but not exempt. Releases are a complex topic that can't be adequately answered in a soundbite-size response. Overly-concise documents leave too much unscripted and allow for unaddressed issues to create drama! So I think I'll just pass even on this seemingly simple question. Every communication risks miscommunication.]

Oct 02 12 06:45 am  Link  Quote 
Model
Alexandra Lyon
Posts: 13
Los Angeles, California, US


F-stop Jonny wrote:
Question; how is everyone handling release forms?
Mailing out hard copy with a self-addressed stamped envelope?
E-mailing a file and having it mailed back?

Everybody I shot with during the groupshoots should have a copy of my non commercial release. If for some reason some of you did not get one, let me know, alexandralyon@live.com, and we can figure it out. I am going to start messaging a lot of photographers soon asking about our photos, I understand it can take a long time to edit photos, for those going through the editing process. For those that are not, and don't plan to, I will edit my own, you can send me them online or mail me a cd, whichever is easiest. If we did shoot together, and especially If you require a model release, please share the photos with me.

Thank You

Ps I will give you credit on my Facebook if I post the photo, and even post your photography link.

Oct 02 12 07:45 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


Alexandra Lyon wrote:

Everybody I shot with during the groupshoots should have a copy of my non commercial release. If for some reason some of you did not get one, let me know, alexandralyon@live.com, and we can figure it out. I am going to start messaging a lot of photographers soon asking about our photos, I understand it can take a long time to edit photos, for those going through the editing process. For those that are not, and don't plan to, I will edit my own, you can send me them online or mail me a cd, whichever is easiest. If we did shoot together, and especially If you require a model release, please share the photos with me.

Thank You

Ps I will give you credit on my Facebook if I post the photo, and even post your photography link.

I read her release, her profile, and Roger's article on her! He's a credible character but if even half of what he says is true she's a wonderful woman! She has the caliber of character and foresight that is delightful and drama avoiding 😊 Thank you.

Oct 02 12 07:54 am  Link  Quote 
Model
Morgan Ladhar
Posts: 46
Portland, Oregon, US


Select Models wrote:

Seeeeeeee... THAT to me amigos made the whole freakin cruiseboat photoshoot worth while.  A model being super happy with an attending photographer's image that was captured... and using it on her port.  Makes my heart feel good... and thanks for that message Morgan... I got a pic of you coming next week... stay tuned... wink

Excited to see it, Gary!

Oct 02 12 11:25 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
David Stone Imaging
Posts: 600
Seattle, Washington, US


Alexandra Lyon wrote:
Everybody I shot with during the groupshoots should have a copy of my non commercial release. If for some reason some of you did not get one, let me know, alexandralyon@live.com, and we can figure it out. I am going to start messaging a lot of photographers soon asking about our photos, I understand it can take a long time to edit photos, for those going through the editing process. For those that are not, and don't plan to, I will edit my own, you can send me them online or mail me a cd, whichever is easiest. If we did shoot together, and especially If you require a model release, please share the photos with me.

Thank You

Ps I will give you credit on my Facebook if I post the photo, and even post your photography link.

Non-commercial release?  Everyone that went on the cruise entered into a defacto agreement that TF terms would apply.  Why do you need your own special ex post facto agreement? (I didn't get to read it...the one you handed me caught the wind and ended up in the Pacific.)

Oct 02 12 01:13 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Select Models
Posts: 35,305
Upland, California, US


Here's alittle 'heads up' on the next Select Models event... it's the 'Australian Goinaway Beachparty Photoshoot' for Chanel Renee Jensen on Oct 13th... and YOU ALL are invited... here's the link!

http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?thread_id=860125

Here's a shot of Chanel taken during the Select Models 'Cruiseboat Photoshoot' in Cabo San Lucas... borat

http://i46.tinypic.com/2iuqljd.jpg
Oct 02 12 02:11 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


1 month
Oct 02 12 02:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jin N Tonic
Posts: 170
Los Angeles, California, US


Nina Dove wrote:
Photographer: FFantastic

Photo editer: Dan Spencer

Models: Jin N Tonic and myself, Nena Dove.

you can "like" the Jin N Tonic fan page
here: http://www.fb.com/jin.n.tonic.fanpage 
You can add me on
MM here: http://www.modelmayhem.com/2701068
FB here: https://www.facebook.com/modelNenaDove

Wardrobe: Jin N Tonic (Thanks Jinny lol)


http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u21/nicolababy/JinNTonicContest.jpg

we are the yin and yang of sexy!! thanks for posting this, chica! i'm thread illiterate lol.

Oct 02 12 03:22 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


FFantastique wrote:
1 month

1 month since scheduling sail date--exactly! :-)

[previous post was premature by 2 hours--miscalculated LOL!]

Oct 02 12 04:30 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
C.C. Holdings
Posts: 594
New York, New York, US


David Lumen Photography wrote:
Non-commercial release?  Everyone that went on the cruise entered into a defacto agreement that TF terms would apply.  Why do you need your own special ex post facto agreement? (I didn't get to read it...the one you handed me caught the wind and ended up in the Pacific.)

except that there are no such thing as defacto TF terms lol, good luck with that. At one point I thought terms were listed on the front page for the models but there are no specifics.

I never shot with Alex because of the limitations of her agreement, they weren't bad I just find it impractical to have several thousand images in a computer and needing to remember different restrictions for each one. Also it was impractical to combine the conditions on my agreement with hers in the middle of a shootout with everyone else sad

STILL KICKING MYSELF FOR NOT SHOOTING WITH ALEX WHEN I HAD THE CHANCE! D'OH

but was a pleasure meeting a model held in such high regard big_smile

Oct 02 12 05:00 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


C.C. Holdings  wrote:
STILL KICKING MYSELF FOR NOT SHOOTING WITH ALEX WHEN I HAD THE CHANCE!

Ditto! :-(

Unlike when I called that tog an idiot for not coming on the Cabo cruise, this is not a joke. This is a "formal" COMPLAINT!

Exec summary: no meeting meant we didn't know the caliber of the personnel we had on board to our operational detriment! This is not merely a legitimate personal gripe but one that affects our ability to achieve the prime directive.

Gary: You wrote that you were going to read us the riot act on the ship and have an introductory meeting.

I did my homework before the trip but I am seriously attempting to go paperless for environmental, weight, space and privacy reasons, so I did not print profiles. My budget for Internet was zero. My ability to function was not eviscerated nor fully emasculated but my effectiveness was severely hampered by your failure to have that initial get- acquainted meeting with name tags!

You are our designated leader. I know you state that you've lost your mind three (3) years ago. That I don't dispute. That's why we have checklists. You brought a heavy and an assistant. You should delegate to them PRN (as needed) to keep you on track.

Please get name tags now. You have a year this time!
Have at least one other person bring name tags to back you up.

You "snuck" this beauty on and off the ship without telling us who she was (I know this complaint could apply to many others but I'm using this particular one as a prime example). She's not in the Witness Protection Program, is she? :-)

"Key targets can be identified by actions and mannerisms, positions within the formation, rank or insignias, or equipment being work and carried...Key targets are prioritized based on their tactical value..." "To Be A Military Sniper" by Gregory Mast and Halberstadt, 2007, p. 74.

I'm not going to complain about her lack of divaness but she didn't convey that she was important, high value target. In this target-rich environment, I had expected you to tell us who is who--or at least have that initial meeting where we all introduce each other and get read the riot act!

You didn't have to have a meeting. You could have told us that it's a free for all and then I could have adjusted my m.o. accordingly. However, my complaint is that with a one-month retrospective my ability and my colleagues ability to achieve the prime directive was significantly mitigated by our inability to IFF (Identify Friend or "Foe") because you didn't do what you stated you would do.

We are big boys. We can handle a lot. Shoot straight. Tell us like it is. Follow through. I would be OK if you even you had wrote with some wiggle room "We MAY have a meeting the first night." I can deal with uncertainty.

This is not an ad hominem [http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ad_hominem] attack.This is not personal at all. As far as I know, we all like you, Gary! :-)
This is a professional complaint based on a material discrepancy between written plan and actual with no mitigating factors for non performance. This has affected more than me. I've withheld judgment thinking that it was inconsequential and immaterial. A retrospective analysis indicates that it is not.

So in conclusion, neither of us can change the past but you can learn from the past to refine your technique for the next iteration. So I repeat:
* please obtain adequate name tags now and
* designate a backup or two prior to the shoot
* either have the meeting or have someone else have the meeting OR don't say you'll have a meeting.

Thank you for your kind consideration.

---
Update: 10/3/2012 13:30
PS This is a post I reference in the above.

"Photographer
Select Models
Posts: 30,088
Upland, California, US
   
ATTENTION EVERYONE ATTENDING:  The Sept 2nd (7:30pm) introduction dinner meeting will take place at the rear of the Lido Restuarant (inside the buffet) on Deck 9.  Pass this information along to EVERYONE you know coming because EVERYONE must attend... thanks!

Sep 01 12 07:47 am"

Also a supporting post can be found at http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?threa … 77&page=80 by Mellissa L. Ballard on September 23, 2012 9:08 PM that has a link to an article that Roger wrote and had published about said model Alex!

Oct 02 12 06:19 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
David Stone Imaging
Posts: 600
Seattle, Washington, US


David Lumen Photography wrote:
Non-commercial release?  Everyone that went on the cruise entered into a defacto agreement that TF terms would apply.  Why do you need your own special ex post facto agreement? (I didn't get to read it...the one you handed me caught the wind and ended up in the Pacific.)
C.C. Holdings  wrote:
except that there are no such thing as defacto TF terms lol, good luck with that.

A major purpose of copyright law is to determine the defacto terms in the absence of a formal release/agreement.  An agreement can also be confirmed where people's actions show a consistent meeting of the minds.  Without going into great detail, our group shoots constituted a very basic TF situation where the model modeled in return for any acceptable images the photographer wanted to release.

Oct 02 12 07:09 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Alexandra Lyon
Posts: 13
Los Angeles, California, US


David and I are handling our business affairs Privately.
If anyone has any concerns, you can let me know and we can deal with it. smile


C.C. Holdings  wrote:

David Lumen Photography wrote:
Non-commercial release?  Everyone that went on the cruise entered into a defacto agreement that TF terms would apply.  Why do you need your own special ex post facto agreement? (I didn't get to read it...the one you handed me caught the wind and ended up in the Pacific.)

except that there are no such thing as defacto TF terms lol, good luck with that. At one point I thought terms were listed on the front page for the models but there are no specifics.

I never shot with Alex because of the limitations of her agreement, they weren't bad I just find it impractical to have several thousand images in a computer and needing to remember different restrictions for each one. Also it was impractical to combine the conditions on my agreement with hers in the middle of a shootout with everyone else sad

STILL KICKING MYSELF FOR NOT SHOOTING WITH ALEX WHEN I HAD THE CHANCE! D'OH

but was a pleasure meeting a model held in such high regard big_smile

FFantastique wrote:

Notes to self:
Second this motion.
Talk to David.
Complain.
At traffic light.
More later.

You guys are sweet

Oct 02 12 07:34 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


David Lumen Photography wrote:

David Lumen Photography wrote:
Non-commercial release?  Everyone that went on the cruise entered into a defacto agreement that TF terms would apply.  Why do you need your own special ex post facto agreement? (I didn't get to read it...the one you handed me caught the wind and ended up in the Pacific.)

A major purpose of copyright law is to determine the defacto terms in the absence of a formal release/agreement.  An agreement can also be confirmed where people's actions show a consistent meeting of the minds.  Without going into great detail, our group shoots constituted a very basic TF situation where the model modeled in return for any acceptable images the photographer wanted to release.

David et al,

Please, go into detail. Provide us all with the development of intellectual property rights and how they are implemented today so that we can all learn and understand and avoid some of the fracas that we've managed to script for our reading audience.

I believe that patent and copyright law in the US has its foundation in the US Constitution.

I'm not a fan of disgruntled participants and if we can avoid that by lessons learned, that would be good.

We ought to understand what is UCR--Usual, Customer and Reasonable.

Then we should know what are normal modifications there from and how to document them appropriately so that we're on the same page, so to speak, have a meeting of the minds and subsequent behavior that is consistent with the mutual understanding.

My previous attempt to address the entire topic was apparently not appreciated so I defer to others to take the lead in this educational endeavor.

I am not taking sides. I just want to find the facts, truth, best practices and why so that I can adopt what works best for my circumstances.

Let me ask a very basic question: if a tog provides a model with a model release, should he/she give the model a copy? or not? whether a tog should or not, do they typically?
I'm of the opinion that that person who signs something is entitled to have a copy of what they signed.
Several togs that I respect say they don't need one.
Let's start with addressing that question--aren't both parties entitled to copy of signed release so they have a record of what they agreed to?  why or why not?

I know why the default is that only one party has control of the images.
If both parties were to individually and independently take the exact same images to the marketplace, people might be understandably confused as to who owns the images and why the discrepancy in terms and conditions of sale.

Ira, in public place now where minors could walk by.
Estimated post production remaining, 47 images, 20 man hours, over 1 month. These are estimates only. They are non binding.

Oct 02 12 08:19 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
David Stone Imaging
Posts: 600
Seattle, Washington, US


FFantastique wrote:
David et al...

Please, go into detail. Provide us all with the development of intellectual property rights and how they are implemented today so that we can all learn and understand and avoid some of the fracas that we've managed to script for our reading audience.

My previous attempt to address the entire topic was apparently not appreciated so I defer to others to take the lead in this educational endeavor.

I am not taking sides. I just want to find the facts, truth, best practices and why so that I can adopt what works best for my circumstances.

JT...with all due respect...there are a ton of threads in the MM archives that deal with this very issue.  It comes up all the time.  Some even quote the US Code where the copyright laws can be found.  I've come across some very clear explanations.  It makes little sense for me to go into great detail here and re-invent the wheel...while hi-jacking the thread at the same time.

The one thing that is usually implied but never stated in these threads is that individual agreements can be made that supersede copyright law.  So...you can make any kind of agreement that works for you and your model as long as it doesn't violate the criminal code.  In the absence of an agreement, e.g., a release, the situation defaults to copyright law.

Oct 02 12 09:35 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
C.C. Holdings
Posts: 594
New York, New York, US


David Lumen Photography wrote:
A major purpose of copyright law is to determine the defacto terms in the absence of a formal release/agreement.  An agreement can also be confirmed where people's actions show a consistent meeting of the minds.  Without going into great detail, our group shoots constituted a very basic TF situation where the model modeled in return for any acceptable images the photographer wanted to release.

but we are talking about the conditions behind the release of a person's likeness. This is not governed by defacto copyright law, as it is governed by individual states.

Nobody here is considering the release of their copyrights, are they!? lol  I would recommend accompanying your model release with a limited usage license specifying the accepted uses of reproduction (such as portfolio use)

unfortunately, such specifics are impossible to imply

but yes, many threads on these topics across this website, people like to debate that kind of stuff in them

Oct 02 12 09:48 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
C.C. Holdings
Posts: 594
New York, New York, US


and now an image to get this thread back on track!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/91592517/IMG_9511-Edit.jpg
Oct 02 12 10:12 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
NYMPH
Posts: 602
Oakland, California, US


...was not eviscerated nor fully emasculated but my effectiveness was...

This was a literary highlight for me - as an creative writing major, I had to draw attention to it. I've been teased for my love of alliteration, so I have to commend another wordy when they excel with it. The rest of your points also hit home with me, JT. Alexandra did a fantastic job of marketing herself and letting everyone know her caliber. Many other talents were unnoticed or not presented, to the detriment of many [period]

I approached this shoot with a very happy-go-lucky attitude. I could have hustled, I could have werked, but I sized up the situation and chose to play it cool. I would have preferred a more comprehensive introduction, though. Ira's name was brought up somewhere - and he was one of the photographers that I would have been thrilled to work with, make time for, and even hunted down, but I had no idea his about his caliber until it was too late. His talent was not apparent via  his equipment, his vocabulary, or his attitude (i.e., it was not readily apparent among the mob and mayhem).   Once I saw him actually shoot Jin N Tonic (on the last day) his skill was absolutely obvious, and I felt like a fool. Looking at all the pictures he's posted, I'm saddened I did not take advantage of his talents.

I suggested it before, and I will suggest it again: a proper meet and greet, in my opinion, prior to the actually cruise, should be in order. Somewhere, somehow, where everyone is required to attend, people are not distracted or previously intoxicated, or generally overly excited. In a location where everyone can access internet, show their books, strut their stuff, and wear name tags.

If I were to take a candid moment, and allow some blatant self promotion, I would say that could have, and perhaps should have, advertised myself a little stronger, sold myself a little harder, emphasized the strength of my career, etc. Amelia Simone is another name that comes to mind as I ramble shamelessly. I made an ass of myself, tripping over my own words with pure admiration for this young woman. She is an inspiration to me, and a model of very high caliber in my book. Yet, when I spoke with other photographers about her on a few occasions, they did not know her from the other girls, took no special interest, etc. I was aghast.

There I go again, trying to compliment one person's point, and rambling off on my own. I shallt not visit the MM Forums at this time of night henceforth! (yeah, bs..)

Oh! By the way. I'm the road again starting this Thursday, and I will be gone for two weeks (including a brief stay in the LA area...) But I would adore a few pictures in my inbox upon my return wink

Oct 02 12 11:07 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
NYMPH
Posts: 602
Oakland, California, US


C.C. Holdings  wrote:
and now an image to get this thread back on track!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/91592517/IMG_9511-Edit.jpg

Dear lord, Jin is gorgeous...

Oct 02 12 11:07 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jin N Tonic
Posts: 170
Los Angeles, California, US


C.C. Holdings  wrote:
and now an image to get this thread back on track!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/91592517/IMG_9511-Edit.jpg

THANK you! holy crap lol we're all over the place these days! love it, eric! i remember security getting made that i was sitting up there... so i got down, waited til he turned around, and then got back up lol. adventurous model JNT! i do what i want!

Oct 02 12 11:10 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jin N Tonic
Posts: 170
Los Angeles, California, US


NYMPH wrote:

Dear lord, Jin is gorgeous...

*MUAH!!!*
you, lady, are my favorite!

Oct 02 12 11:13 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jin N Tonic
Posts: 170
Los Angeles, California, US


NYMPH wrote:
Ira's name was brought up somewhere - and he was one of the photographers that I would have been thrilled to work with, make time for, and even hunted down, but I had no idea his about his caliber until it was too late. His talent was not apparent via  his equipment, his vocabulary, or his attitude.   Once I saw him actually shoot Jin N Tonic (on the last day) his skill was decidedly apparent.

hear that ira? we're coming for ya in january! ;D
and the meet and greet - would be a great idea. the only feasible way i see though would be for everyone to arrive the day PRIOR to the cruise and meet somewhere near long beach. many were already there the night before anyway, and those that weren't was due to the fact that they lived nearby. just a thought for next year's smile

Oct 02 12 11:15 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


Jin N Tonic wrote:

hear that ira? we're coming for ya in january! ;D
and the meet and greet - would be a great idea. the only feasible way i see though would be for everyone to arrive the day PRIOR to the cruise and meet somewhere near long beach. many were already there the night before anyway, and those that weren't was due to the fact that they lived nearby. just a thought for next year's smile

Jin:
Thou art correcter--a M&G prior to boarding would be better so we can check profiles after F2F meetings and although not everyone is there, a critical mass of people would be available so that those who came late could be integrated.

Oct 03 12 12:27 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FFantastique
Posts: 551
Orlando, Florida, US


C.C. Holdings  wrote:
and now an image to get this thread back on track!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/91592517/IMG_9511-Edit.jpg

Ensorceling!
[A word which we all know by now due to spaced repetition :-).]

Oct 03 12 12:31 am  Link  Quote 
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