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Need help for an NSFW photoshoot

Discussion in 'Photography Tips, Tricks & Tutorials Forum' started by VIvek Baghel, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. VIvek Baghel

    VIvek Baghel Member

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    Hello Respected Members,

    This Sunday I'm going to do a Bold shoot & this is my first bold shoot. So I'm little excited but very nervous. My Model is Professional Model & she has done already bold shoots in Bikini & Bra.

    I'm going to do this shoot on Railway track & we will shoot in BRA/BRALETTE only, So I need some advice or tips for this Bold shoot, I want to know what preparation I should do or what things I consider for this bold shoot because I want my first Bold shoot would be good & my Model be impress with shoot.

    So please suggest me.

    Thanks
     
  2. hooferinsane

    hooferinsane EXIF Seeker Super Moderator

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    I have edited your title so that it is more appropriate to what forum members will understand
     
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  3. DonS

    DonS Stuck in Toronto Moderator

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    Glad you understood. I had no idea what a "bold shoot" was until I got to what the model was wearing.
     
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  4. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    If your model is experienced she should be able to do the poses required and make it easy for you. Experienced models are ideal for inexperienced photographers as it takes some pressure off.
    Talk before the shoot, discuss what both of you want from the shoot.
     
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  5. gaelldew

    gaelldew Always on Premium Member

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    I would suggest if on a railway track make sure there are no trains coming. Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 005 :exit:
     
  6. Haripaul

    Haripaul Always on Premium Member

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    What Tenchy has said also when you talk to her look her in the eye and not the body and if she is getting changed during the shoot turn your back to her.
     
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  7. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    I did originally say that :)
    But re-read the op and didn't see it so I thought I imagined the train bit
     
  8. Minor Problem

    Minor Problem Always on Premium Member

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    As above, don't try and impress her or pretend you know exactly what you are doing. You will get better results from her experience than you will from your inexperience. Once this is out of the way get yourself on a model portfolio building course or day to try and learn some of the basics, there's too much to go into in one thread and too little time to learn much. Look at other folks images and bookmark a few that you really like and perhaps try to recreate those poses by showing and discussing them with your model.
     
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    only other advice is hot flask of coffee, warm blankets and some Jaffa cakes.. don't know what weather is like where you are but if its chilly then model will appreciate some warming tea/ coffee and everyone loves Jaffa cakes!
     
  10. VIvek Baghel

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    Thanks for doing this :)



    Thank you @tenchy for your suggestion, I agree experience models always helpful for a photographer. Will surely talk to her & discuss about poses etc before shoot.

    It's old railway track no trains come there, In fact I have already done few shoots there in past.

    Yes @Haripaul, I understand & will be in good behavior with her, I appreciate @tenchy's words & will make a good eye contact with her not on her body.



    I will be my self as I'm during shoot with her & yes this is a big fact, her experience will surely help me. I did some preparation already like seen some poses as well as download poses too.

    This small preparation will help me.
     
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