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THUMBS STUCK!!

By chrish4
My daughter who usually runs a mile when I get camera out -helping me with my new lens test run....'fraid the thumb is pretty much a permanent fixture these days!

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: liparig, shane, lollydeakins and 7 more


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liparig 12 233 United States
18 Oct 2005 11:59PM
great portrait
joe

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shane 11 7 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2005 12:00AM
very lovely portrait

click
shane
lollydeakins 11 42 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2005 12:01AM
Another one of your lovely portraits, keep them coming ...................click*

Lorraine :0)
christabella 12 133 1 England
19 Oct 2005 12:06AM
lovely portrait, like your portfolio
Christine
junglecat 12 12
19 Oct 2005 1:03AM
Beautiful portrait.
mint 11 5
19 Oct 2005 2:31AM
REALLY REALLY GOOD!!!!

Do you have your own studio? Can you give me any advice on setting up a portable one so I can take it with me?

Thanks
Mint
chrish4 10 89
19 Oct 2005 2:57AM
Hi Mark

thanks for comments - i think your portfolio looks fab, so really pleased you liked my pic.

I just use my front room as studio, and while my kit is portable with the exception of the paper roll backdrop (which is 2.3m wide)I know it is not the best for that purpose. Currently I just use portaflash 336vm x2 - with softbox and white umbrella - the lights, stands, backdrop poles all fit easily into a large portflash bag and aluminum case for camera.

Depending on your needs i.e. outdoor v's indoor, frequency of use, need for control of lighting output, budget etc. You may find this does or doesn't serve your purpose.

While flattered you are asking my advice - I honestly think you would get more constructive/valuable advice on the forum as I am v. new to this.. good luck with your set up. Look forward to seeing your posts

Thanks

christine

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