Magazine Cover:)

posted on 9th of december, 2013
>I recently broke my wrist and had a cast above my elbow. I couldn't drive, couldn't open a jar, and could hardly lift, hold and use my camera. So imagine my dismay when the mother of the models I work with ask me to take some photos. She wanted to try for a magazine cover shot for her kids who often model for me. I had to say "yes" since she makes her kids available to me when I want to take some stock images.

But how? I could barely hold my camera steady. I couldn't manage setting up and using a tripod. I needed help from the mother to set up my light and to hold a reflector since a reflector stand was out (I couldn't set it up or manipulate it). I used a higher ISO than I normally use, trying to get to a faster shutter speed since I was shooting indoors without a tripod.

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Posted by Msalena on December 31, 2013
Warm and positive shots! Gooooood job! Good luck in 2014!
Posted by Adeliepenguin on December 17, 2013
Thank you, Doubleclick7 and Thorken. Thorken, the children's mother somehow learned that the magazine was looking for a cover for the December issue.
Posted by Doubleclick7 on December 17, 2013
That's quite a story! Congratulations!

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