No responses on Blogs


posted on 16th of august, 2007

Why are there so little responses on blogs?
Because it's new?
Because people think I got nothing to say in Lessons in studio shots?
Tell me, because it is frustrating when you spend a complete morning on trying to share some of your views, tricks and knowledge and nobody reacts to it.
I think one rather hears he/she stinks then nothing at all and keep asking themselves. Do I stink or what?

So pleasepleaseplease have a look at
part1
Part 2
and
Part3
and react. Especially in Part 3 I really thought I wrote something to look back on and be proud of. It's all about steering your model(s).

Am I wrong?

Comments (3)

Posted by Fotogeek on September 04, 2007
Danielle,

Thank you for sharing your experience with us. Your articles are great, I will try to read them all.
Why are there so many of them left with no comments?
Because there are so many of them in all, and one has only so much free time in a day...
Posted by Dnf-style on August 17, 2007
Icy, I know what you mean but for me it is difficult to say things in little words. Sorry ;-)
Tangie I guess your right. It was a little frusti moment of mine i guess.
Posted by Icyimage on August 16, 2007
frankly you have good advices but try to be more shorter...



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We, Frenk and Danielle are both photographers living and working together. We do'n't shoot as a team but as two individuals. Ech with ones own style and ideas. Therefor we will be able to make shoots with a lot of diversity. It would please us very much if you would let us know when you use any of our files in any way. We are very curious about how our files are used. In what designs, in what publications, what, when, where, anything. Please let us know. We and our models will be very thankfull.

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