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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    A great set-up! Nice portraits.

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    You’ve all been really generous with your encouragement. Even though I make these photographs for my own enjoyment, and to some extent for the people in the photographs, and even though I claim not to want or need any notice, I’ll confess that it’s gratifying to have people in the know take a look. I do hope that if any of you fellows actually follow through on a similar project that you’ll get in touch. I have pages of notes on my solutions to the thousand little problems that popped up that might save you some time. If you have the requisite desire, time, energy, and funds, I’d encourage you to go for it. It’s the most fun I’ve had making photographs since I first picked up a camera.

    Cameron Cornell
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    Last edited by Cameron Cornell; 13-May-2018 at 15:50.

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Hey Cameron,

    I love what you have done. I love how you have done it and I love that you are doing as no strings attached, for your own enjoyment and to give back to that specific music community.

    I have something similar planned, but portraits done at my home and in my own (yet to be setup) garage studio. My idea would be similar. Come and sit for free. If you like it, you can buy a scan for $X or you can have a fibre print for $Y. If you don't like it, will that's fine, as I would have learnt something.

    It makes it refreshing to see this, as opposed to the "you must sell. If you don't you are doing the industry a disservice" attitudes and responses on many other groups and forums.

    keep up the good work! I've really enjoyed what you have done.

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    fantastic! thanks for sharing

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    July 30, 2018

    Greetings!

    As detailed at the beginning of this thread, I will be setting up and shooting 8x10 portraits Aug 9-11 at the Subdued Stringband Jamboree in Deming, Washington. You can get all the details at http://www.stringbandjamboree.com.

    If any of you from this forum make it out, stop by and Iíll make your portrait. I never charge to shoot, but if you let it me know that you read about it here, Iíll also make you a print for free.

    Best,

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    www.analogportraiture.com

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Gawd that looks fun!! A friend of mine here is from up there but I don't think he's logged in a while. I'm going to send him a note to check out this thread.
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Hello!

    What a wonderful project!!! Great portraits.
    It's really amazing, I love it!

    kind regards from Spain
    Antonio

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    I'm intrigued. I'm doing an 8x10 shoot using the new Polaroid film at an art gallery next weekend. This is good last minute inspiration.

    Good luck with the event.

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    one of the more inspirational threads I've seen in quite a while [but maybe I'm living under a rock or something],
    thanks for sharing this...

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by dasBlute View Post
    one of the more inspirational threads I've seen in quite a while [but maybe I'm living under a rock or something],
    thanks for sharing this...
    couldn't agree more !
    ive been living under a rock too..
    enjoy your coffee

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