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about Phyllis :

Age: 10

Date of Birth: October 15

Model from: Mount Pleasant, PA

Place you would love to visit: Tokyo, NYC, LA

Favorite things: I love cooking, so I guess all my kitchen utensils! Am vegetarian going vegan, so cooking healthy and tasty is really important to me! Also the feeling walking barefoot, telling/hearing about dreams and meeting new people.

nadineb wrote: As a professional I expected not to see any of this. But I looked a little closer. It doesn't look like you use a professional MUA and some of your models don't really look like models.
adhesive wrote: If the model were willing to recreate that shot I suggest having her stand farther from the wall and that you have a second flash at the left of the camera whose light mostly wash out the shadow. A battery powered small flash that will "slave" fire when others do) costs less than $75 Do this: set some prop up, maybe a stuffed teddy bear, and shoot that while experimenting.
kerwin wrote: i had a shoot with cate last month n she is a wonderful girl to work with. turns up already prepared hair n make up wise, loads of outfits n needs little direction,great photos n work well as part of a group. couldnt recommend her highly enough :D x x x
1998 wrote: The foot fetish is something that many of us know exists, but do not understand.
gemelli wrote: I am actually an Industrial Engineer, with a few other tertiary qualifications. In 1995 I took a sabbatical from the engineering and manufacturing world to work at a local church. During this time he met a fellow by the name of Gordon, who introduced me to photography. I instantly fell in love with this art form, and by 1996 had a thriving part-time business. Sundowner Studio was born in 1998 out of the necessity to have a registered company with a bank account to do business. Sundowner studio’s name is actually derived from the colonial expression of having sundowners whilst sitting on the porch watching the sun set. The business grew from strength to strength until the year 2002, when I became a full-time professional photographer. It wasn't until 2003 when I started travelling the world as a concert and event photographer. All the time whilst back in the studio I practised the other disciplines that we at Sundowner offer.
joe77 wrote: So you're calling this a photo?
jordan3 wrote: I have done one shoot with Carsten Dieterich, planning on another one. This was a TFP shoot. Even though I was on crutches when I had this shoot, I really enjoyed the experience.
actaeon wrote: I have some new photos up from my last shoot if anyone cares to comment?
gibson66 wrote: I had a great first shoot with Wayne the other day. He's very easy to work with and the shoot was relaxed and well planned. He's a very professional photographer and I hope to work with him again soon!

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