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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Aug 27, 2010.

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  1. Buick59
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    I would never ask an owner to never let anyone other than me shoot their vehicle. Who does not want their car in as many magazines as possible? It's all about exposure with some. And I have no problem with that.

    Its a question of ethics and professional courtesy. If I do all the leg work, get the releases signed and start shooting, Im on the clock (so to speak), and this is what I do to make a living in this world. I would not roll into another photoshoot in progress, which is taking place a 1/4 or more away from everyone else and start taking my own pictures. Its just poor judgment. Nuff said.

    XOXOXOXO
     
  2. Coupe-De-CAB
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    "I plan on bringing a sign with me next time letting people know they are welcome to hang out , but no photos please."

    Then this is probably your best bet and will clue others (plus the owner of the vehicle) in on what's going on at the moment... a private/solo photo shoot taking place and in progess.

    I've seen this done before:)
     
  3. BISHOP
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    I would really like a print of this. Beautiful.
     
  4. eye bone
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    I like it! Cool!

    The weird thing is I was just getting ready to draw an open wheel narrowed down image of the "Lil' Red Wagon" wheel standing Dodge… ala Ed Newtons narrowed down car idea… "There is nothing wrong with your television. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are now in control of the transmission. We control the horizontal and the vertical."…
     
  5. 4tl8ford
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    You can "claim" a photo shoot area at Bonneville? - Thats kinda wide open - hundreds of people pointing cameras - maybe you need a crew and some flashing red lights
     
  6. Buick59
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    Drop it, subject is dead.
     
  7. dgang26
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    Buick
    I am on your side of this argument.
    I have been on shoots that I have set up before when others would literally step in front of me (at my own shoot) to take a couple of shots -- and not even act like they were doing anything wrong
     
  8. JBurt
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    Probably not, but then you don't go out and grab just anyone's tools to work on your ride or block someone's pit. You try to give everyone their space. It's called being courteous.

    Let's see, I go out ahead of time to see where/what time the sun is setting, then find an area with a decent background remote enough that someone isn't standing in the background picking their nose or scratching their.. uh... bald spot, move the car so it is in just the right position, set up my equipment, wait for the light (sun) to get in just the right spot, and some dildo comes up and wants to poach my setup?

    Like Buick59, I don't take to kindly to poaching either, but normally don't get too verbal about it. I have asked if I could watch or help on a shoot as there is always a new trick to be learned. But, I would never ask if I could take my own shots.

    Don't steal someone elses vision. Go find your own and it might be even better. There is a lot more to a professional shoot than holding a camera to your eye.

    95%
    of a great photo is in a good photographer's mind before they even pick up the camera.

    And that's why they get the biiiggg bucks. ;)

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    Buick59 - Your work, especially with lighting, continually inspires me.
     
  9. billys54
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    Great stuff this week
     
  10. zmcmil2121
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    This week really stepped it up! Hive five to everyone!
     
  11. 4tl8ford
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    Not till everyone has spoken or the thread is closed - Thats America
     
  12. NotStockPhoto
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  13. Nice shirt design I like it.
     
  14. pwschuh
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    The car on the right looks like Tom Lowe's old Bumongous.
     
  15. strike a poser
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    Those are both of the cars that put Troy Trepainer on the map. Nice shoot, how did you get them both together?
     
  16. xtralow
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    must have been in the Ill. area the other two cars are out of Strange engineering' shop I believe
     
  17. Bumpstick
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    Hahahaha.... Sorry, but they both look pretty silly! The bag that holds his hair cutting tools is classic. If I saw this dweeb on the road It'd be pretty hard not to want to run him down.
     
  18. rusty76
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    That was one of Troys cars....boy been awhile huh?
     
  19. SKULL ORCHARD
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    1. The Gas House Gang

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  20. You can always tell when the Administrators are on vacation...
    This should'a been in archives Saturday evening. Ha-Ha!

    Really nice stuff John!

    You too SKULL ORCHARD

    Great show gang!!!
     
  21. safari-wagon
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    "when the cat's away..."

    hehehehe.

    Still was a GREAT show!
     
  22. jernlee
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    Cool table nice work
     
  23. This may morph into two Friday's worth of art shows...
     
  24. LOWCAB
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    The never ending art show... somebody wake up Jeff.
     
  25. aar0s
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    hey, what happened to last weeks show? it was stickied then it wasn't.
     
  26. Jeff's on vacation. I have a request, Can we keep the Art show free of arguments and
    honor the wishes of the administrators to keep the show art centered?
    I believe the issue brought up this week was very valid but we have the F.A.S.T. groups and PMs as outlets for debates and critiques. If an overtly O.T. post appears (re: The BETA... what the hell is that???) we can kindly redirect the artist and get back on topic
    and keep the integrity of the board in check. Just my 2¢ ...
     
  27. Coupe-De-CAB
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    Well... since this art show is still going, then here's a few stencil and 1-shot decks i did for Germany to take with me:)

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  28. Pontiacres Ranch
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    I like the mid week art show....The Friday Art Show is great, but I sometimes need a creative boost to make it to Friday. Maybe we should switch it to Monday...and let it go to Friday...Take weekends off.
     
  29. SKULL ORCHARD
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    We have alot of talented people on the H.A.M.B. Awesome work.
     
  30. Gary,
    Great job Ahole. First the Corvair Rod, and now your Dream truck. I'm going to have to personally kick your A.. if you don't quit coming up with this stuff......
    Now I've got another slick project that I just have to have. My ol lady is going to kick my ass if I start another project. Stop it.......
     
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