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So I joined the board and then decided to go back to work... so I have not been here very much since I joined.
But I decided that I needed to jog my brain and talk something besides toddler all day. Well I am still talking toddler, but enteracting with their parents as well. I was asked to work at portrait studio. I am loving it! It's great to learn new techniques and get tips along the way. (I have been free- lancing for the past couple of years... but mostly to my friends and family.)
The only major thing that really really stinks.... I am taking all of these great portraits and I can not use them for my portfilo.
Awe, just pop in when you can girl...I hope you're enjoying your work![/b]
I'll try my best. I love the photo challenge. I was able to get in on one of them.
I absolutely love the studio. I've been taking photos in natural light. So it's great to learn about lighting systems and indoor flash types and exactly what the F-stop is used for. (I've never really had to worry about that before, being outdoors and all.)
Does anyone have any suggestions for poses for infants in family pictues? That is my only major challenge. All my previous settings have been relaxed and non-formal. Now I am doing more tradional poses, in time for family holiday portraits, and hate to just cradle an infant in the parents arms, for lack of better ideas.