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Old 09-13-2006, 08:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's a shot that we did with Pam Payne (San Diego) on Monday, who is a local club dancer. We were doing some shots for her to update her portfolio and she wanted the dancing pole as her prop (so who were we to argue? We created our own re-useable, adjustable, swivel pole for $20 from Home Depot.)

Lighting by Alien Bees. Main light is AB1600 w/5' PhotoFlex Octodome to camera right, 4'x6' PhotoFlex silver reflector to camera left (for fill), AB400 w/8"x20" PhotoFlex StripDome for a hairlight and two 40 degree gridded AB1600's, behind the model at 45 degree oposing angles to provide rim lighting. Background is black seamless paper.

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Old 09-14-2006, 03:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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John , Thanks for solving a minor problem for me, or should I say saveing me some cash on my next shoot.
Meet BadaBING! Bad a _ _ chopper. There is a painting of one of the young lady's that models for me dancing on a pole on the gas tank. Dave Thorton owner of the bike wants to shoot a young lady dancing on a pole next to the bike.
Olli Wendelin set up the lights in his studio for this shoot.
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Oh! I forgot to mention this is an amazing photo John!
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Love the shot. The lighting is just wonderful!!

I am curious, though, care to share the info on your $20 adjustable, reusable dancer's pole? Thanks!
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John , Thanks for solving a minor problem for me, or should I say saveing me some cash on my next shoot.
Meet BadaBING! Bad a _ _ chopper. There is a painting of one of the young lady's that models for me dancing on a pole on the gas tank. Dave Thorton owner of the bike wants to shoot a young lady dancing on a pole next to the bike.
Olli Wendelin set up the lights in his studio for this shoot.
Glad I could be of assistance. :-) Your shot should turn out cool. (Don't forget to post it.) :-)

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John , Thanks for solving a minor problem for me, or should I say saveing me some cash on my next shoot.
Meet BadaBING! Bad a _ _ chopper. There is a painting of one of the young lady's that models for me dancing on a pole on the gas tank. Dave Thorton owner of the bike wants to shoot a young lady dancing on a pole next to the bike.
Olli Wendelin set up the lights in his studio for this shoot.

Glad I could be of assistance. :-) Your shot should turn out cool. (Don't forget to post it.) :-)

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Love the shot. The lighting is just wonderful!!
I am curious, though, care to share the info on your $20 adjustable, reusable dancer's pole? Thanks!
Thanks Tom. The main pole is an 8' section of 2" fence pole (anodized aluminum.) I then have two 12" by 1 3/4" cast iron threaded pipes that can slide nicely (almost snugly) into the two ends of the fence pole. The I screw a wide thread cast irom flange (has 4 holes in it so you can screw it and the pipe into a wall or something.) The threaded ends of the pipes and flanges allow the pipe to turn (for a dancer) and you to expand and contract the height of the pole (to a limitted degree.) The screw holes in the bases (flanges) allows you to mount it securely if you need it.

For us, the threaded ends helped us to snug it up between the ceiling and the floor.

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