It's hard to go wrong with a model this beautiful... :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: but I'm open to advice for a good 'maternity pose'. She's a little stiff anytime she's in front of the camera and I struggle to find a pose I like to coach her to...
That's pretty funny. :biggrin: I just picked up a 5x7 portable background, but while experimenting I found that I need something bigger, unless I'm doing simple headshots.Shew... man I spent an hour ironing that blasted muslin. Hard to believe it's the dye job that makes it look wrinkled. Believe me... it ain't wrinkled...
Thanks Rick, she's got the bracelet to match. They are called 'tag' items and believe it or not, they are supposed to look like that. Go figure... :smile:Her necklace looks like it has turned around with the clasp in front.
I have a few as well, I dont think i have ever seen any thing with more wrinkles than the backdrops from them....Keith, I got 4 10x16 backgrounds from Amvona for a little over $200 shipped from their auctions. I've only had the patience to iron one. :biggrin:
Thank you for the comments Gordon. I'll have to remember to try that with the placement of the model.
Her necklace looks like it has turned around with the clasp in front.
As pretty as she is, that's easy to overlook.