Try – on

On 22/09/2013 by kweide

Be prepared. Always try to train what you want to do in an upcoming shooting. Try to train the scene and even make a try-on session with your model. It is essential to be sure that everyone knows what to do an how to do ! When the set comes to live there is no room for asking “How …?” Such a try-on session gives you an idea how complicted things can be. See this picture. It look simple to attach the crown to her hair. But when she practices her dance moves we saw it sliding away. Great laughter. Fortunately we were prepared. A handful of needles did the job and everything was fine and fixed. So the session could go on without any trouble.

anprobe

Olympus E-M5, M.Zuiko 45

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