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Sep 17, 2012 06:47 |  #9301

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Nice image initially but this is much better. It's amazing how a little editing goes a long ways. Nice work.

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Sep 17, 2012 19:46 |  #9304

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Ok...so in the midst of me shooting lots of newborns and toddlers...I shot a Senior this week. Victoria was really sweet and in spite of having some small physical disabilities, we managed to capture some nice images (in my opinion).

1. First up...Studio shot
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2. For this one I actually used my off camera flash, which I haven't used much lately!
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3. This is all natural light, I still had my 24"Apollo Soft Box standing fairly close, but not turned on. So that is the only reflector used.
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4. This is a sample of what we sell as a 10X20 Art Panel. I sell LOTS of these for all ages including families and seniors!
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Nice Job Jay. She is a bigger girl so i think you did this very well:cool:


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Sep 17, 2012 19:48 as a reply to  @ post 15001393 |  #9305

Hate life today....CS6 is nice but what a PITA to transfer everything over. Still cant get Topaz to load right:mad:


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Sep 17, 2012 21:14 |  #9306

I got my CS6 finally but last week using CS2 (my LR4.1 demo had expired) made me realize how easy LR is and I think I will stick to it.


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Sep 17, 2012 21:36 |  #9307

First time I've shot a senior since last year, and only did 2. Plus, I haven't shot in like 4 months since I had a job promotion.

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Sep 17, 2012 22:54 |  #9308

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Mary Lou Henner, that's who she looks like. Damn, I know it was somebody familiar.


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Sep 18, 2012 01:07 |  #9309

Jay, do you mind if I ask what art pannels cost or what the price ratio is of one of them compared to an 8x10?

I haven't been selling to many storyboards lately, but I've raised the price to make it worth while to process the 9 pictures a storyboard requires. Perhaps I need to offer a simpler version of a storyboard with less pictures to make it more cost effective for the parents.


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Sep 18, 2012 08:40 |  #9310

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Jay, do you mind if I ask what art pannels cost or what the price ratio is of one of them compared to an 8x10?

I haven't been selling to many storyboards lately, but I've raised the price to make it worth while to process the 9 pictures a storyboard requires. Perhaps I need to offer a simpler version of a storyboard with less pictures to make it more cost effective for the parents.

The cost for the print and mounted on 3mm Black styrene is less than $20. I order from WHCC


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Sep 18, 2012 08:59 |  #9311

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The cost for the print and mounted on 3mm Black styrene is less than $20. I order from WHCC

I meant the cost for the customer. :)

do you encourage them to frame it or mount it on the wall with just the styrene? I did a 10x20 styrene print from whcc last month of 3 dog pictures/storyboard and plan to display it on the wall as is, with the other metal prints, I like the frameless look, but I wanted to make sure it didnt look cheesy nto to frame a print. :D

im also trying to figure out how to put it on the wall, I dont recall seeing a foam brick option that the metal prints had, im tempted to just get some of those hook things with the sticky back and attach a wire to the two of them. :)


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Sep 18, 2012 09:26 |  #9312

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I meant the cost for the customer. :)

do you encourage them to frame it or mount it on the wall with just the styrene? I did a 10x20 styrene print from whcc last month of 3 dog pictures/storyboard and plan to display it on the wall as is, with the other metal prints, I like the frameless look, but I wanted to make sure it didnt look cheesy nto to frame a print. :D

im also trying to figure out how to put it on the wall, I dont recall seeing a foam brick option that the metal prints had, im tempted to just get some of those hook things with the sticky back and attach a wire to the two of them. :)

I sell them for $85, most of my customers frame them. Some put them on small easels on a table or shelf. Hobby Lobby has several 10X20 frames in stock that they can pick up very reasonably. Or they can have it professionally framed. I also sell a 10X20 float wrap sometimes, also from WHCC. With those, it does have the mounting block on the back for hanging with no frame.


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Sep 18, 2012 21:25 as a reply to  @ jmalonear's post |  #9313

One from tonight

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Sep 18, 2012 22:22 |  #9314

Mike her dress matches well with the background.


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One more.. we had an unbelievable sunset tonight. I will post one tomorrow

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