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    I also think you have a great voice for podcasts and I have experience directing audio voice-over work.

    I would suggest an advanced podcast on portraiture dealing with maximizing positive features and minimizing the not-so-good ones. Preshooting approaches such as make-up and minor changes to hair style, through lighting and postprocessing to deal with problems such as:

    a very round face, prominent nose, weak drooping eye, double chin, chin jutting out, mole, age marks, scar, long neck, long thin face, high forehead, balding, wrinkles, blemishes, zits, cold sores, etc.

    other characteristics that make shooting more challenging such as

    getting detail from black hair, keeping detail in very light blond hair, getting the red and veins out of eyes, brightening very dark coloured eyes, getting the colour right in very pale to very dark skin, etc.

    picking appropriate clothes and colours to match the face and look of the model.

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    Thanks for the compliment tegan!

    That's a serious list you got goin'....but a good list!
    I will indeed try to tackle these in a series of future podcasts.

    Thanks tegan!

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    Hi Tegan!

    So I touched upon some of your list in this week's podcast - More info to your questions in upcoming podcasts on lighting - hope you approve...
    http://www.photography.ca/blog/?p=71

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    Quote Originally Posted by tegan View Post
    I also think you have a great voice for podcasts and I have experience directing audio voice-over work.

    I would suggest an advanced podcast on portraiture dealing with maximizing positive features and minimizing the not-so-good ones. Preshooting approaches such as make-up and minor changes to hair style, through lighting and postprocessing to deal with problems such as:

    a very round face, prominent nose, weak drooping eye, double chin, chin jutting out, mole, age marks, scar, long neck, long thin face, high forehead, balding, wrinkles, blemishes, zits, cold sores, etc.

    other characteristics that make shooting more challenging such as

    getting detail from black hair, keeping detail in very light blond hair, getting the red and veins out of eyes, brightening very dark coloured eyes, getting the colour right in very pale to very dark skin, etc.

    picking appropriate clothes and colours to match the face and look of the model.

    skieur
    All good suggestions Tegan !!!!
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