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Married and shooting models

 
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Oct 21, 2019 11:44 |  #226

I commented on this thread some years ago, my then wife had no issues with it. She would routinely assist during the shoot. My current girlfriend is the same, she assists me when I'm shooting and I assist her when she's shooting.


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Oct 21, 2019 15:30 |  #227

ScottMurphy wrote in post #18939118 (external link)
Mine had no problem with it, because I included her in the shoots holding reflectors, taking meter readings, etc.

"Had" or "Has" not problem with it?

My biggest problem is that a good percentage of glamour shots are not very good. If the model weren't naked or partially naked, they wouldn't get the attention they do get. A lot of it comes down to motivation behind the shot, and the message it is trying to convey. Honestly about 70% of the shoots I do are with female athletes. At first my wife didn't like it that much - at the time a 40 something married family man spending his off time with athletic 18 to 22 year olds. But as she has seen my work develop, she understands what my intent is behind the shots. Now she just doesn't care.... because I've earned that trust.


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Nov 02, 2019 12:15 |  #228

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My wife is cool with the idea. I use our living room as a studio she even comes in while shooting and suggests poses and props

Your wife is cool... so does she have a sister LOL


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Nov 03, 2019 07:28 |  #229

Nine years shooting my wife - never tires me and seemingly not her either.


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Mar 03, 2020 12:05 |  #230

Mine was apprehensive at first but when I involved her in the process (taking meter readings, moving lights, even making posing suggestions, etc) she eventually didn't mind as much.




  
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Apr 08, 2020 00:58 as a reply to  @ Ken Robertson's post |  #231

Trying to keep her fit during lockdown - very tiring to watch


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Apr 12, 2020 12:46 as a reply to  @ Ken Robertson's post |  #232

You should let B take a few shots of you, I'm sure you are joining in! Have to say though, don't think you'd look as good in the black shorts, crop top and colourful sneekers (sandshoes to us Scots).


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Apr 17, 2020 19:35 as a reply to  @ GibJock's post |  #233

I normally join in after the cam has been put away.... I think the site of me exercising in my mini kilt would require a new section in POTN


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Apr 28, 2020 02:52 as a reply to  @ Ken Robertson's post |  #234

So tiring to watch Ken :)_
I think you could probably watch comfortably for hours.... Thanks for sharing.

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