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  • I haven't had the chance to be posting much recently. Mostly because I've been working like to dog to fund expensive new habits.

    I wasn't sure if I was ever going to return to studio photography but finances ultimately demanded it. Shot 20 clients in a day recently and then spent a few days doubled up with back pain for my efforts. It's been a gnarly experience teaching myself photoshop again after not uysing it in anger for 4 years or so but it's coming back to me:







    "Never let the fact that they are doing it wrong stop you from doing it right." Hyman Mandell.

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    • Great stuff. I'm sure it could become a grind like any job, but I'd love to produce stuff like this. The lips on these ladies are remarkable.

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      • Great job capturing the drapery on that first shot. They're all great, but that one stands out to me.
        Rock! Shock! Pop!

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        • Originally posted by Jason C View Post
          Great stuff. I'm sure it could become a grind like any job, but I'd love to produce stuff like this. The lips on these ladies are remarkable.
          I don't want to make it sound like drudgery. I'm aware I'm lucky to have this as fallback income. The hours working on this stuff does rack up though, particularly at the moment as I'm slow from lack of practice. Each image is taking about 15 minutes to edit, which is a long time to be working on one picture. And that's ideally. Sometimes I get weird requests that wind up dragging it out. Spent a ot of time over the last couple days removing nipples, vaginas, and buttholes. Which sound like fun but believe me it's very abstract, finnicky, annoying work when you're down to the pixel level.

          Last edited by Dom D; 04-22-2024, 02:22 AM.
          "Never let the fact that they are doing it wrong stop you from doing it right." Hyman Mandell.

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          • Originally posted by Ian Jane View Post
            Great job capturing the drapery on that first shot.
            I was happy with this one. Theres a couple girls on either side of Penelope throwing the dressing gown about, I took a bunch of these shots but with those ones I never really know if I've got it till I get it into photoshop.

            "Never let the fact that they are doing it wrong stop you from doing it right." Hyman Mandell.

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            • That first shot is impressive.

              I love the background for that 2 and fourth shot. What I'd give for a photo session with my mrs on a set like that.

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