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asked Lightroom Tethering and EOS Utility: How to get LR to accept sub-folders in auto-import?
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accepted How do I guide my model in a portrait session?
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comment What are good exercises for learning Portrait Photography?
Hey, do you have a number or contact information for her? She seems really experienced and cooperative, if a little stiff! Thanks.
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comment What can you accomplish portrait-wise with a small softbox?
... and I'm referring to its usage off-camera as opposed to on top.
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asked What can you accomplish portrait-wise with a small softbox?
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comment What are some good photography books available to read on Kindle?
The question I have to your question is this: how can a photography book, which tends to have pictures and color in it, be really as good or as useful in the type of format that a Kindle would display illustrations in? I think if there is such a book, I'd be super interested in it, but until then I tend to read everything EXCEPT photography books on the Kindle.
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comment How do I guide my model in a portrait session?
I think my question would beckon more interesting responses. Couldn't you just merge it before I add a bounty? I'm not convinced anything further would be added to that question I linked. Also - where's the community wiki for this?
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comment How do I guide my model in a portrait session?
Matt -- I thought I explained what's missing. The social aspect, and the part about links to guides. If you click on that link, you'll notice about 4-5 short bullet point tips, like squinting for three seconds in sunlight. There's so much more!