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Majel & Carmen - Urban Belgian Experience
Old 10-13-2008, 08:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Saturday we went tot Belgium and we did a shoot at "Waterschei". Old industrial and urban mining buildings. LEt me know what you think.

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Old 10-13-2008, 10:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I especially love the ambiance on # 1, and #3. Well done.
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Old 10-13-2008, 01:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I hope there are a lot of comments on these, because I find a couple of them most interesting. Since I am not a fashion photographer, I can only comment about whether I like them or not. The first and third seem to be the most appealing as far as a "fashion shot" goes; however, the clothing is not something that I would usually think of as fashion (I am wrong maybe)

My main type of photograph is portraits, and from that point of view, they would make interesting portraits . The posing on the swimsuit shot looks very awkward to me, especially the feet. That shot looks more like an advertisement type shot, but in my opinion does not sell the fashion they are wearing.

On a side point... I find it amazing that it is about 140 miles from Amsterdam to where you shot these in Belgium... about 2 hour drive, according to what I found on a map. In my part of Texas, it is farther than that to the next town of any size (100,00 population). And we have nothing so spectacular in the way of locations to shoot.

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@ BenE - Thanks for your comment, appreciated! I woke up that Saturday at 05:45am and returned home at 11:00pm, drove about 250 miles to pick up three models.

In the Netherlands we don't find that great industrial urban sites, so we go to Belgium, Germany or Luxemburg.

We did a couple of styles and tried a lot of things, because this was the first time we were there.

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They all seem great looking. What gear did you use to shoot them ? I love the colors..
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Just a Ranger FX (battery) and 1 flashhead (A-head), small reflector or beautydish.
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i love the first shot

except for the wardrobe as was mentioned about it has some great characteristics. there are too many to critic or comment each of them but overall i enjoyed the series.

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Definitely image #1! I really like the lighting(!!!), the model and the way you post-processed it. You took advantage of an interesting location, and there ya go. =)

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