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Bryce Alan Flurie

Bryce Alan Flurie, Photographer, Videographer, Editor, Poet, and Multi-Instrumentalist, lives with his lovely wife, cherubic children and nonagenarian grandmother on a farm in rural PA that has been in his family for four generations. He has studied songwriting and Bebop in Boston, the Delta Blues in Mississippi, Poetry behind the keys of an Underwood Standard typewriter, and Photography looking into the ground glass of a Spartus Full Vue Camera. His lens has found its way to Sarajevo Bosnia, Palestine, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, the United Arab Emirates, and Haiti. Bryce Specializes in Photographs of people in their environment, and is the Multimedia Producer with CURE International.

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Aug
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comment What are your tips for guiding an inexperienced model?
Flush the buffer... great line. The big trick is just to be confident and take charge. Especially with corporate execs who are used to "Alpha Male" personalities. Worst thing you can do is freeze... even if you have no ideas, just keep it moving. With street photography it is a little different... you need to "get in and get out". But again, confidence, without coming off as pushy is probably the best approach. On location you just change spots, that can work wonders, chit chat as you walk to the new spot. Studio... maybe a wardrobe change could work, especially if you shoot senior portraits.
Aug
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answered What are your tips for guiding an inexperienced model?
Aug
13
comment Is the Nikon 35mm 2.0 worth the extra money over the 1.8?
Very true... shooting a head a shoulders shot with a 35mm will make the person look like they have a large nose... perspective distortion could be pretty funky the closer you get to the subject. This would be a great lens for indoor natural light shots as well as street shooting... just don't get too close!
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revised What is a great portrait lens for Nikon (under $1000)?
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