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June 30, 2012
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Canon EOS 50D
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May 19, 2012, 4:04:51 AM
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Glitters is gold by retrotrashphotogrphy Glitters is gold by retrotrashphotogrphy
Photographer: Nikki Spencer
Makeup: Paula Makemeup
Styling: Beth Muir
Model: Adelle Cousins (Me)
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Zanatillo Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I absolutly LOVE your eyes! Your pose is really good too!
I like the composition, the background makes you and your coordination look even better.
Im guessing your photographer used a gold sided reflector. Id like to ask, as a model, how do you tolarate the reflection on your eyes?
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retrotrashphotogrphy Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Photographer
Hi Eraven, thank you! Actually, I am a photographer, i have only modelled for myself and to be honest...3 or 4 shoots outside of self portraits? I only do the modelling side so that i can gain experience in front of the camera to help me in shooting models :)
As for the reflector, yes your right...i just don't look straight at it, i know as a photographer how important it is to get that shot so i just do whatever the photographer needs to get that shot - blinding, leg cramps, the same pose for 2 minutes haha - i'll climb trees, i'll jump in heels :)
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Zanatillo Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
WOW! how awesome! Thanks for your quick answer! Im really happy to receive it :D
Im a photographer as well. And I just bought a reflector for outdoor use, but I do have a huge problem. As a Photographer I have 0 suggestions to models on how to work with a reflector, and gives me a hard time! So, I already have your suggestion as a model, to not look directly into it. What other suggestion could you give me as a photographer and model?
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retrotrashphotogrphy Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Photographer
I guess if they close their eyes and then open them each time you take a shot that can help, working with models can be tricky if they are not experienced, my only other piece of advice is to work with pro's or semi-pro's, the more experience, the more they are willing to get that shot. Reflectors can do AMAZING things! Maybe set aside time in shoots for short breaks, for me, the reflector just doesn't pose a problem...i know the photographer wants that shot so i just suck it up til they get it :)
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Zanatillo Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for the advice :D Ill really keep working on it!
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