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First shoot with a girl only and not porn, went good.

 
shayneyasinski
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Jan 04, 2012 03:06 |  #16

Ledrak wrote in post #13637380 (external link)
A girl you meet in a bar ask you to shoot pics of her for her bf, corners you in the supermarket, gets you into her bedroom, you start talking dirty to her, she warms up and things get good... yet nobody takes any clothes off, and you were nervous and shaking the whole time despite having experience shooting porn??

If things really went down the way you claim then I'd be ashamed of myself if it were me.... just saying. :confused:


Whats to be ashamed of?

I can see you have never been in both of these situations, they are both very different in that one you run the show and the other they run the show.

It is because of people like you I don't come here much anymore or want to post any pics.

Happy new year.


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Jan 04, 2012 03:27 |  #17

Clearly the only thing shaking was his BONER!!!

LOL kidding.

@Ledrak: some men out there *actually* have morals, considering the girl had a boyfriend, told him the pics would be for her boyfriend and decided to keep her clothes on. Photographers are all not perverts (clearly you are), so give the guy a break. The only one who should be ashamed is you, it wouldve been laughable if you tried to take her clothes off just because she was flirty and then got owned mid-way.




  
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Jan 04, 2012 07:44 |  #18

Shayne, don't let the bad apples spoil the party. Like any survey, throw out the highs and lows, and what's left over is the important stuff.


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Jan 04, 2012 20:26 |  #19

shayneyasinski wrote in post #13643788 (external link)
Whats to be ashamed of?

I can see you have never been in both of these situations, they are both very different in that one you run the show and the other they run the show.

It is because of people like you I don't come here much anymore or want to post any pics.

Happy new year.

Relax bro. What good is an open forum if you can't say what comes to mind for the hell of it? I thought your story sounded a bit "suspect" at first glance, so I simply put my 2 cents in on the matter. Some people take things WAY too seriously on this board.

And you're right... I've never had a random girl I met in a bar, corner me in a supermarket and entice me into coming back to her place to shoot sexy pics of her for her bf (a scenario in which I would obviously question the chics motives from the jump). But I have shot plenty of porn before and I can't think of a scenario that would have me shaking in nervousness from a sensual shoot after that.




  
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Jan 04, 2012 20:31 |  #20

thedcmule2 wrote in post #13643812 (external link)
@Ledrak: some men out there *actually* have morals, considering the girl had a boyfriend, told him the pics would be for her boyfriend and decided to keep her clothes on. Photographers are all not perverts (clearly you are), so give the guy a break. The only one who should be ashamed is you, it wouldve been laughable if you tried to take her clothes off just because she was flirty and then got owned mid-way.

Remember that this is a forum. Perhaps I need to start putting a disclaimer in my sig from now on :rolleyes:. You can make all the "assumptions" you want about me, it doesn't get you closer to the reality. And as for morals... what kind of girl corners a guy she just met in a bar in the store and entices him back to her bedroom to do a sensual shoot for her supposed bf??




  
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Jan 04, 2012 20:33 |  #21

I did a nude shoot with a cute girl several years ago (my one & only... These girls charge too much for this type of work). I was nervous as all hell too but I did get some great shots. This was before I knew anything about lighting. I wonder if I could pull off a great shoot knowing what I know now...


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Jan 05, 2012 16:01 |  #22

We have heard the trailer now lets see the full length feature!
You can't give us the starter without the main course and clearly you had dessert.
I play poker and usually when someone's hands are shaking they are holding the goods now lets see why your hands are shaking.




  
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Jan 06, 2012 10:35 |  #23

shayneyasinski wrote in post #13643788 (external link)
Whats to be ashamed of?

I can see you have never been in both of these situations, they are both very different in that one you run the show and the other they run the show.

It is because of people like you I don't come here much anymore or want to post any pics.

Happy new year.

I can completely understand your reason for being nervous. There are so many variables and unknowns in that kind of situation that makes it daunting if not intimidating. Proper equipment, lighting needs, not to mention the model and satisfying her photographic needs.

And don't let one member discourage from being able to provide others with insight. Unfortunately forums are a lot like high school and you always have one person in class who wants to be an a$$ at others expense.


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Jan 13, 2012 22:17 |  #24

There's a difference between a guy with camera (GWC) and a photographer...


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Jan 13, 2012 22:31 as a reply to  @ Dooms_day's post |  #25

The two terms are not mutually exclusive...




  
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Jan 14, 2012 20:47 |  #26

The original post had that classic Penthouse Forum letter feel to it. Kudos.




  
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Jan 19, 2012 11:57 |  #27

Congrats on your first shoot of this type. It can be nerve wracking when you first start and have no real experience in this area. I remember it was when I shot my first glamour set.

It does help when you have somebody who is experienced a the subject. And, professionalism is the key. Just keeping focusing on the goal and the objective makes all the difference in the world.

shayneyasinski wrote in post #13517395 (external link)
Today I was sweating my pants off and shaking like a 5 year old at a bathroom line up, A girl who I met at a bar next to my business asked me to shoot a few of her for her boyfriend, I put it off for months but she cornered me at the supermarket and gave me a day to set up a shoot.

I have friends that are pros with studios full of lights that I don't know how to use and have not had the time to learn .

so I load up my flash,5dmk2,7d, 17-55,50mm and 70-200 , it hits me as I walk in to her home that I will be taking pics of her and they are inside and not in a studio.

few minutes later she is in sexy wear and I am fumbling through settings and shots are ok , the eyes are sharp the poses suck but we move around till they start to look better,she starts to warm up to me and we talk a little dirty saying for her to look at the camera like you look at your man in bed, she changes and we go on the bed, dam good shots are flowing.
we do a few more and try some stuff that sucks and some that work, I did my first girl shoot with no nudity
If she say ok I will post a few.


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