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3hrs, 6mins ago - posted by profilepictures
Its a tidy portfolio, but nothing grabs my attention sufficient to want to work with yoy specifically. Neither does anything put me off. I wouldn't take anything too negative from that though, there aren't many I would have answered positively with the a question posed. Distance of course is relevant here too.
3hrs, 12mins ago - posted by profilepictures
It's maybe not easy to describe what you ought to do, and its going to come down to a question of taste in the end in any case. Your 'artsy' and everyone else's will vary a bit perhaps.

What I can say, whilst avoiding a critique you haven't asked for, is that whilst very competent and with some useful variety, there isn't much in your collection here I could imagine printing up super large and displaying on the wall. Maybe its a lack of narrative or that your work is kind of scripted for specific purposes ( advertising etc)

You need some POW maybe, for that you have to work with a photographer who wants to deliver POW. I don't imagine you should find that hard to arrange.
12hrs, 10mins ago - posted by nickgs
SOLD......thank you for all the overwhelming interest...
13hrs, 16mins ago - posted by skymouse
Greetings and welcome
14hrs, 51mins ago - posted by mark_e

Two Bowens 500R heads, light use, excellent condition.  As pictured with leads, bulbs and protective caps.  Additionally these heads both have pulsar cards / aerials installed.  £300 each or £550 for the pair.  Collection preferred but will ship at the purchasers expense.

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15hrs, 17mins ago - posted by click_gotcha
I try to shirk from home at least twice a week.
18hrs, 2mins ago - posted by Amber6
Twitter is less of a problem. Facebook.... Ugh. Not at all confined to Middle Eastern blokes at all (not sure where you got that), Though I will say I do get a lot of random Pakistani/Bangladeshi/Turkish/Indian dudes who see my personal profile (not associated with Amber) and puresly from my first name and photo they can see I am female so I used to get lots of stupid messages, before I locked down privacy on it.

What I didn't not realize before Facebook is that it seems 95% of the male population appear to be sadly lacking in vocabulary beyond, 'hi' or sometimes slight variations. I swear it's an epidemic. my inbox is filled with:
Hi
hi
Hi
Hi Amber
Hiiiii
Hey
hey....
Amber

Some get really aggressive and escalate quickly from 'hi' to telling me what a rude slag I am.

I also had one British gentleman who seemed rather concerned that I don't know the time of day it was, 'morning', 'afternoon', 'evening', and 'night' went on for weeks! I can assure you all I can be a bit ditzy, but do know how to tell time!
As for tagging thing, I don't always think it peoples fault as half the time think it's just spam bots
22hrs, 20mins ago - posted by alexcrawford


omg. i'm stunned. the a6000 isnt the perfect camera by any means, but

i've now been playing for 2 days, taking "snaps" of friends, and reading/looking at a couple

of youtube videos of pro photographers losing their canikon kit in preference to the sony a6000.

ive just returned from a photo opportunity at mc.donalds the a6k was set up on mcd (free) wifi
and i took some snaps of a friend, and using mcd wifi uploaded them to my facebook page using a
downloaded fb program in the a6k.
canon and nikon can now go eat my dust.
i've also been remotely controlling the camera with a V.cheap chinese made smartphone, costing
about £100 unlocked. nice colour screen. it showed the photo i was about to take, i could change
shutter speed and aperture with it, and zoom in/out.

the cost of an adapter metabones mk4 is over 500 for use of ef lenses ive already
invested in, and im thinking primarily of the 70-200 f2.8 beast, which will
become one stop faster with the more expensive adaptor. i'm hoping the lens is
compatible is all... i read somewhere its got to be a post 1996 manufacture to work fully.

its a huge amount of info to take in over the past 2 days, but the colour rendition
of the sony is far superior to the canon (my opinion). absolutely not one frame lost
due to poor af but some lost due to me taking night scenes with the cam set to low iso values.
i've since learned how to set up the auto iso function.

the sony runs on linux software, can download programs from the web direct, without
need of an adaptor or telephone (i've downloaded a few progs now, the remote control
software comes free, but the time lapse software cost me £8, i'm not sure if
further releases come free or are charged, but at the moment i just dont care !

lenses. here i'm having trouble. reportedly the kit zoom isnt so good, and there
is a zeiss replacement available which i will NOT be going for. the tests ive made
with the kit lens say to me its completely useable for my style of photography.
i am eyeing up a sony 70-200 though, as a decent adapter that retains af would cost over
500, so my theory is just throw in the extra, and buy the best one can afford.
the 50mm lens is sharp enough for all the portraiture i'm ever likely to do,
and although its a silver lens (yuck) it performs well. its only f1.8 but
with the huge improvement in high iso quality of the output compared to the
canon kit, i can afford to shoot at iso 1000 all day long and not really notice
any difference.

what i call the 'computerisation' of the camera is pretty good, things like
face detect and smile detect, but you know what, i just wont be using them,
so have switched them off for the time being.

yongnuo strobes have yet to be tested using the cheapo chinese triggers
that i have, but i have little doubt they will work in manual, which is
how i use them on all cameras.

ive now ordered a mains charger and a couple of spare batteries
(£12 each battery and 15 for the mains charger) as i have no intention
of paying "that kind of money" for sony accessories unless i can help it.

in 2 days canon may have lost a customer. what has impressed me so much
is the feather weight of the kit. its ability. its accuracy of focus
- and when compared to the 5d2 that i use, the focus is stellar, but i suspect
it also beats the 5d3 into a cocked hat, so no canon upgrades for me, a decision
i made about an hour ago.

how will models take to it? i've been told they will laugh, but results
are what count, and we shall see...

i admit i dont like the "feel" of the camera, its not coming over
like a battleship rather than a middleweight construction, but it can
hang happily around my neck for a week and i'd not know its there.
i dont like the fact that its missing a touch screen, which my canon 100d
sports to good effect (touch to focus is a great boon to me).
perhaps the 6001 will be released with a touchy-feely screen, i hope so.

ive just reviewed a video of one guy that uses the a6000 with a 70-200 sony G
lens and reckons he can pull off fantastic shots with it.

sorry about the disjointed thoughts, i've not slept for 2 days
and am about to crash out, but wanted to put something in writing
to say "its good" but not as you know it dr. spock.

oh just needed to say that with everything activated, wifi uploads
to the cloud switched on, remote control, screen and evf up highest
battery life is pretty abysmal. i will carry 4 batteries but they are
small and cheap, i wont be complaining.

battery charging is accomplished via computer usb port by cable,
or a 3rd party cheapo charger that charges 2 batteries,
or an even cheaper cigar lighter/aux power adapter that i
purchased for a couple of quid- all they do is supply 5volts at
an amp or so. cheap cheerful and very practical charging.

i'm off to sleep now... zzzZZZ


adapter in the car.
1 day ago - posted by Catuaba
I don't follow? I would be using sagepay which they have confirmed works with. And email which I have hosted elsewhere by just displaying my email address. I presume orders coming through would be on the back end admin system or emailed to my account hosted elsewhere. All looks good to me so far.
1 day ago - posted by Two_stops
Thanks Steve, I'll do some more searching via google.
1 day ago - posted by emmwood


I have never been to america
1 day ago - posted by RedChecker
Quote from anthonyh
There is still a snob value in a genuine wet print.....



There's a snob value in all non-digital photography IMO (and Jivago's post is a good example)

Digital has come a long way since its inception and I'd imagine the majority are simply concerned with the end result, regardless of the methods utilised to get there.
2 days ago - posted by oceanova
Thanks for everyone's input. I went and got a WD passport this afternoon. After I upload a shoot to my pc I burn it straight to disk, I make a back up on old reformatted drives which I have lying around but it's nice to have something that doesn't require power.
2 days ago - posted by debbieann
Great condition black latex cat suit worn twice bought for 120 selling for 65 pound... please message me with email addy and i will send you pics..
2 days ago - posted by marlhamphoto
Blunt as it sounds I agree with Neil (Profile Pictures).

I imagine all the images you have so far would have been from paid shoots so it's perhaps understandable that they don't contribute to building a model's portfolio - as opposed to them simply being a collection of images from shoots. Lots of awkward looking poses and non-existent mood/expressions I'm afraid. Not your fault though - it's understandable that as a new model you will need a lot of help with those things.

So back to what Neil said really - figure out what style(s) you like/want and then go hassle the best photographer(s) you can find for them. Simples really.

Don't get disheartened by anything that's been said though - nobody really expects perfection overnight. Modelling is far from easy if you want to succeed at it.

3 days ago - posted by PaulManuell
Quote from Bob
Paul, rather than stringing this saga out further why don't you just book yourself some time on a computer at your local library or community centre and then ask one of the staff to sit beside you and help you sort your problem?

Bob





Thanks Bob, everything you said makes perfect sense and I really should follow your advice. Trouble is, I know 'me', and that 'me' has a propensity for impatience and getting extremely flustered when trying to learn things beyond my abilities, so I know (unfortunately) I'm likely to throw a childish strop and storm out of any computing lesson if I was struggling with it. So, for now at least, I'm not going to bother with trying to sort this email stuff out anymore. As I said above, I can still send and receive emails through Purestorm's internal system, so that's fine by me
3 days ago - posted by PaulManuell
Your work preferences list topless and nude, yet your profile comments name those as 2 categories you won't do, so a bit confusing. Would love to work with you in the summer if you'd be interested though, whether you do topless or not (I don't do nude anyway).
4 days ago - posted by Sherwood
Mannequin
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The best for editing? Probably not a mouse but a control surface.
5 days ago - posted by PRPStudios
[img]http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/d/4/f/2/highres_434514514.jpeg[/img]

This week at the studio
Sunday 1st March two models fitness/lingerie and implied art-nude shoot.
http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/d/4/f/2/highres_434514514.jpeg

The workshop is open for up to a maximum of 6 photographers and starts at 11:00 and finishes at 18:30. You can come and go whenever you want if you can't make the full day. On the day you get frequent and exclusive shooting access to both models. At PRP our workshops are run on a one-to-one basis between model and photographer. Refreshments are provided free throughout the day, as is ample free parking. This is a great opportunity for experienced photographers and amateurs alike. The atmosphere is friendly, and help that is needed is given by an experienced and professional photographer, who is on hand throughout the day.

These are popular workshops and are restricted to a maximum of 6 togs only, so confirm your interest at the earliest opportunity, as we hate to see people get disappointed on the day by arriving to a full house.

At £60 for the whole day it is tremendous value. So make a note in your diary
http://www.meetup.com/www-prpstudios-co-uk/
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5 days ago - posted by cstevens
For sale is a mint condition Fuji X100S (not X100).  

£550 plus postage for quick sale  (Cost me over £1200 new) and going for more on their own used without the extras

Boxed like brand new only used a handful of times with under 500 shots taken.

Cant recall when I purchased it but around a year ago, but looks like new.

Extras include the following:

4 Additional Batteries and Case
Lensmate Thumb Grip (not cheap equiviant)
Leather Half Case Black
Screen Protector fitted since new
3 Styles of Lens Hood (Vented and Enclosed as shown on photo)
8 x 49mm Filters with padded Case
Original Lens Cap
Padded Case

This is a perfect camera, but as I have now not picked up a camera for over 6 months its better off with someone that will use it, shame to see it go though.











5 days ago - posted by Follyhouse
Great little camera-perfect for street photography.

In good condition, no scratches to lens (which is a very sharp 28-112 equivalent - f2.-2.8  )



Looking for £150 o.n.o.
5 days ago - posted by cstevens

MacBook Air (11-inch Mid 2013) - Purchased March 2014
 

Apple Care Warranty until 2nd March 2017 - Boxed with all Accessories

 

Full Spec - Apple 11-inch MacBook Air (Intel Dual Core i5 1.3GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB Flash Drive, Intel HD Graphics 5000, Mac OS X) - Model Launched June 2013 / Running Yosemite / Battery lasts 9 hours

http://store.apple.com/uk/product/FD711B/A/refurbished-116-inch-macbook-air-13ghz-dual-core-intel-core-i5


I am based in Worksop, but will deliver within a 20mile radius or you can pick up from S80.

Price is £500 for laptop 

Please note, this includes Apple Care Warranty until 2017 so represents a risk free purchase.
6 days ago - posted by LaurenceJPower
The final post

Having got the unit to work, the initial profiles as stated early were rubbish, I did both email and put up a Facebook posting. Datacolor came back within 24 hours with instructions on how to use the unit when one can only output small prints, the new results are great, thus I can endorse the use of Datacolor products.

My thanks to all who have helped me.
6 days ago - posted by paule
I use Muse.. but not Zoomify.. Have a look here...

https://forums.adobe.com/message/5702772#5702772
7 days ago - posted by cziiki
For Mac, Transmit is paid for but kind of perfect ftp client
7 days ago - posted by jonathantennant
Thanks for sharing Iain.

I would highly recommend smugmug to host your website.
7 days ago - posted by catherinewilliams

Thanks for taking the time to reply.

Umm both bum ones does seem popular.

I could add some more from the sword set, I only relished I hadn't put any on this profile after I wrote the post.

Yeas the beach ones will stay . Can there be too many kicking shots ?lol There will probably be more in the new ones I'm waiting for so maybe some old ones will go.