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Some of the students at Tone Lise Akademiet were having a show last wednesday. They did nails and makeup on fourteen models, and yours truly was the lucky photographer. Jeanette got her model ready while I set up the "studio".We used a small classroom as our base, with our homemade backdrop, two lights, and a computer. As soon as the models were ready, they came to us and got photographed. We managed to photograph seven of them before they had to enter the catwalk (and I had to bring the lights into the next room to shoot there too.)
After the show, we brought back the lights, and photographed the last seven. I have to say things got silk smooth. Jeanette downloaded the files while I gave the next model instructions. Each model got about 10 minutes in front of the lens. Then we checked the files, and if we had one or two great frames, the session was over, and we called for the next model.
They`ll get their cd`s tomorrow, and hopefully they`ll let me post some of the photographs here.

Nikon D70s



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Here`s another photo from last weekends photoshoot. Got three more rolls of film to develop. They are different brands, so I have to develop them one by one. I wanted to see the the difference between them under the same conditions, but it`s a lot of work... ( am I getting lazy ?)

Nikon D70s


Seen from above

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These black & white film photos that I have stored on my computer feels very real to me. It`s like when I post one of these, I expect all of you to see beyond what you actually see, and get your imagination going.
I photographed this only a few hours after I photographed dreams, and it was to become one of our craziest days in Tunisia with very rude sellers, a total lack of communication among the four of us, The discussion, and The agreement (that led to us feeling more united than ever before.) It`s called living.
I remember taking a cigarette just before we cleaned the air, and I watched him walking down the street, and the way he moved made me wonder if he felt the way I did too - but he chose to leave.

Nikon EL2
Kodak TMax 400



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Here, we`re playing with a snoot atatched to a small flash. We tried different angles, and moved back and forth with it. I love the effect.

Nikon D-70s


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