Here are a few from a shoot yesterday at Suffolk University in Boston.... The focus of the shoot was a bit different than how we normally work.. This was a shoot for a specific project, where we normally go out and build image libraries of all aspects of campus life.... We very seldom work with set up groups of students, however being August 20th, there wasn't much activity on campus, and "models" were needed.. Overall I think it was a success, as we covered a lot of ground and hopefully gave the client several, several different options to go with..
Here is the problem I have with "set-ups", THE SAME people are in ALL the SHOTS.....
What are your opinions on set-up shoots.
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Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Posted by FJ Gaylor Photography at 1:06 PM
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