First blog thingie  

rm_Seven21a 47M/45F
11 posts
2/9/2006 4:04 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

First blog thingie


Ok, this is the first attempt to do a blog thing, I know a little about them, so here it goes.
On Feb 18, 2k6, the wife and I are going to Mt. Vernon Ohio to spend an evening with some friends or ours. the 4 of us are planning on an evening of photos and fun. We have talked about the photos we can do, and they are afraid that the 199 photos their digi can take won't be enough. so they are looking at getting another sd card or two. For those in our friends network, some of the photos will be posted in the future.

timberwolf6972 44M

2/9/2006 4:54 pm

Welcome to blogging. Try a 1gb memory card for your dig cam. Depending on how you have the mega pixels set it will hold from around 800 pics to around 2400. It's what I use.


norprin5 55M

2/9/2006 5:08 pm

i'd love to see the photos - judging from the pic on the blog, they should be fantastic. the lady is indeed beautiful!

pop over to my blog, make a comment and introduce yourselves to some of my friends, look around.

welcome to blogland

King Nor XVIII


Dr4360X 42M
5 posts
2/9/2006 5:50 pm

Welcome. Cant wait to see the photos. I enjoy the one posted here. Dr


Edge357 52M
389 posts
2/12/2006 12:28 pm

I'm a former magazine photographer, and usually the one taking the photos -- so here's some advice:

-- Force each participant in the party to take a turn being responsible for taking some of the photos. (That way, the results do not end up with the same person missing from the photo all of the time!)

-- Unless your camera has an interval timer (can shoot a series of several photos on its own while it is on a tripod), the usual self-timer shot will probably not catch the right moment.

--Photograph the "Faces of passion." These are fantastic and these shots will end up being the ones you treasure -- far more than anatomical close-ups.

--Every scene worth shooting is worth both a long-shot (view of the whole body landscape) as well as several close-ups.

--Photo sequence is important to memories: Have a way to keep the photos roughly in order of time taken.

These recommendations sound good to you?
Would like to be there!
Good luck,
Sarge

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rm_Seven21a 47M/45F
2 posts
2/13/2006 4:17 pm

Thanks for all the comments and hope to share more her soon, Edge357, Thanks for the advice, I used to make a living as a freelance video/photographer, and reading your post brought back a few of the things I had forgotten, wish I had the interval timer, but will have to make the self timer due


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