Model Madness - Black Light Body Paint II

Photographers in Philadelphia presents:

Our monthly mini-model shoot... This month, the return of Black Light Body Paint.

We'll have models painted florescent colors, and multiple black light stations. If you've never shot this before you're missing out.

We'll do everything we can to keep the photographer to model ratio at 5:1 or better. We'll supply/handle the lighting, triggers, etc. You supply a camera of[masked] mm, a fresh battery, and plenty of memory cards (if you're unfamiliar with your camera, also bring your manual, or put the pdf of it on your phone) While there's no formal educational competent planned, studio members will be on hand throughout the shoot to answer any other questions or supply assistance.

Optional one-on-ones are available afterwards (for an additional fee). If possible, we'll get the model cleaned up (paint removed) and set up a normal shooting station, or you can do a one-on-one under the black light.

Scheduled models:

Lindsey Windfall (Model Mayhem #[masked])

BiancaRosePhilly (Model Mayhem #[masked])

Gina Martino (Model Mayhem #[masked]) (photo to come)

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  • Richard

    I had a great time last night. I am looking at some of my images now, and like what I have seen so far.

    Mark, can you go through the steps to take in Photoshop, that you mentioned before the shoot, to bring out the eyes? Thanks again for putting this outing together!

    March 8, 2014

    • Mark

      In photoshop or elements create a new layer and convert the layer to b&w. Turn it into a mask, invert the mask, and then paint in the eyes. If you adjust the opacity of the mask you can make the eyes darker or lighter. If you use lightroom, you need to do it with a b&w brush.

      March 8, 2014

    • Richard

      Thank you!

      March 8, 2014

  • Bujor

    Mark, count me in, please.

    February 24, 2014

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