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Swimming Pool Swimwear Photo Shoot in Saginaw, MI

  • May 24, 2014 · 2:00 PM
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Finalized the lineup! We will have 12 models at this event (with a possible 13th guest model!). This is an amazing lineup of talented models, with diversity and age range. NOTE: Models highlighted in red will be remaining for an additional hour after the main workshop for an in-pool session with Sports Illustrated style poses including sheer fabric, implied, and semi-nude! (This workshop will be announced separately).

Please join us for an afternoon of fun in the indoor sun as we enjoy our second featured swimming pool workshop. Registration is $50, with tip of $25 that will be shared among paid models. This event will include a mix of paid models and tfp models (photographers working with TFP models are expected to provide the models at least two retouched and edited digital images within 14 days of the end of the workshop. Paid models for this event include:

Cover Model Brittany Iafrate

A veteran model of our first pool workshop, and the Cover Model of Modern Model Magazine's April 2013 edition, Brittany's stunning looks are a perfect match for this workshop. View her photos online at:

https://www.facebook.com/brittany.a.iafrate

Janelle Calvo

The Cover Model for Modern Model Magazine's November 2013 edition, Janelle's beauty and creative poses make this a workshop you don't want to miss. Visit Janelle's online modeling portfolio at:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/3176263

Emily Roszacytki

A talented model and actress, Emily is taking a break from her current movie filming schedule to join us poolside. View her modeling portfolio online at:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/2958269

Lynn (Lizz) Perez

Joining us for her first BTWE workshop, Lynn adds charm and charisma to our shoot. Visit her online portfolio at:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/3356119

Trade for print models include (they will be added as they complete registration):

Jasmine Elizabeth Rose

https://www.facebook.com/jasmineelizabethrose

Emmalie Quella

https://www.facebook.com/emmalie.quella

Shayna Becker

https://www.facebook.com/shayna.becker.3




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  • A former member
    A former member

    I guess I am confirmed. See you all there.

    May 22, 2014

    • Brian T.

      Chris. You are confirmed! I look forward to meeting you!

      May 22, 2014

  • steve r.

    I hope some of the models are willing to get their hair wet! I want to try some under water photos.

    1 · May 5, 2014

    • Laci Jo S.

      I am ALL for underwater, I have no problem getting my hair wet!

      2 · May 10, 2014

    • steve r.

      Laci, glad you are up for underwater. Hopefully we can get some great shots

      1 · May 20, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm still bummed I'm going to miss this one. No plans of extending it past 6pm or starting at 8 am :-). Hope you all have fun. I'm excited to see the underwater images.

    May 10, 2014

  • Brian T.

    Sounds overwhelming, but the general rule is book 2-1. In other words, with 12 models booked, the expectation is that 6-8 will show. With 10 photographers (we currently have 2 signed up), we hope to get 6-8. Either way, even if the models and photographer slots are all filled, two hours goes quickly, but is ultimately a lot of time to work with models. The extended hour event grants an extension into the third hour, dropping to models that will pose sheer fabric, implied, or semi-nude categories.

    Sounds hectic, but tends to work out very well, and works much better than shooting group shoots were everyone lines up and shoots the same setting!

    I encourage photographers to give this workshop setup a try! Very casual and unique!

    May 10, 2014

  • Troy R.

    12 models in 2 hours? The insanity! is the time allowed to run over? lol

    May 10, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      I agree Troy. That is why I was questioning one-on-one time. I'd rather have 15 minutes of one-on-one time with each model than group shots. I have never had luck with group shots, and the models seem overwhelmed and never know where to look. Plus lighting can be an issue too.

      May 10, 2014

    • Laci Jo S.

      Since I'm only a TFP I also have no problem being there longer! I'm free all day that day and is shoot all day if I could!

      May 10, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Brian. Can you explain how this works? Do you supply lights? Is it one-on-one shooting or group shots? If it's one-on-one, how much time do you get with each model? Etc etc.

    1 · May 5, 2014

    • Brian T.

      Chris, I supply some lighting, but the pool area, we are limited to speedlites (which work extremely well) because of the risk that corded lights or large battery pack lights represent. During the first hour of the workshop, we will complete "dry work" poses next to the pool, the locker room, and we will have a separate room with studio lights and backdrop for portraits and full length posed photos. During the second part of the hour of the workshop, models will take to the pools and jacuzzi…this is much more of a one-on-one shoot than a standard group shoot..the workshop is set for 10 photographers, and 10 or more models, so there will be lots of opportunities to work with different models. Photographers are good about sharing models, and I keep an eye on this as well to make sure photographers get a chance to work with all models that they choose to photograph.

      May 6, 2014

  • Troy R.

    Brian has some lights, but you can use your own. I was also wondering about underwater shots. There is multiple models and only one time slot, usually in this format each model would take turns with the photographers switching after a certain amount of time. ( one photographer with one model at a time, or multiple of each (photographers or models) depending on ratio)

    1 · May 5, 2014

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