GESO portrait set, should I delete any?
lrc at red4est.com
Fri Oct 23 20:44:16 EDT 2009
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 08:33:08PM -0400, paul stenquist wrote:
> Most are quite nice, some excellent. My favorite is 30636.
> I would lose 4992, 4802, and 9459. All due to weird expressions.
> Portrait customers count on the photographer to help them achieve a
> nice pose. I realize that the young lady in 9459 may have problems
Yes, she was born with congenital deformities. They're a bit more
obvious in some of th eother shots in the set it came from:
> that prohibit a more attractive look. And while you photographed her
> well, it's not the kind of shot that will help sell your services. A
> tough call, but I'd leave it out of this group. That's insensitive
> perhaps, but earning a buck at photography requires a bit of
I debated that too. I thought it might help if I showed that I could
get a nice shot of someone with her challenges, that I'm not someone
only interested in photographing "pretty people". But, I've never
actively tried to sell my work, that's why I asked for advice.
Anybody else have thoughts, feelings, or experience in this matter?
> On Oct 23, 2009, at 8:08 PM, Larry Colen wrote:
> >Last night I found out that I didn't get the job I was hoping for,
> >which means that I need to get a lot more motivated about getting some
> >money coming in.
> >I just set up a set on flickr of some of what I think are my better
> >portrait and people shots to show prospective customers.
> >My goal is to show a reasonable variety of people and moods. Are there
> >any that seriously detract from the set?
> >or if you prefer
> >The first step is learning to take great photos,
> >the second step is learning to throw away ones that are merely good.
> >Larry Colen lrc at red4est.com
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