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    by JazzXP » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:30 am

    Continuing my busy week, this time we have Hunnii. We've been trying to get a shoot together for about six months, I've been busy when she's free, and she's been busy when I've been free!

    She has a stripper pole in her house and wanted some shots. Not a lot of room to work with, but I think we got something decent.

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    We also shot a number of other sets. More to come as I edit them

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    by JazzXP » Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:46 pm

    And another one :)

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    by Busiboy » Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:54 pm

    Just call it a 'pole' otherwise you'll have a lynch mob after you.

    Great result for a home, the bedroom is well suited to the subject, obviously, but well structured for the shot.

    Nice work.
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    by JazzXP » Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:07 pm

    Busiboy wrote:Just call it a 'pole' otherwise you'll have a lynch mob after you.

    Great result for a home, the bedroom is well suited to the subject, obviously, but well structured for the shot.

    Nice work.

    Lol, what should I call it? A stripper pole? I'm probably doing another shoot with that pole with another model soon (with any luck next week), going to play around a bit more.

    Thanks. Lighting was pretty tricky in the bedroom. It's so small (I was shooting through the doorway) and I don't have any grids (except for my 18cm reflector), so light was bouncing everywhere! She's extremely happy with the results too which is a good thing!
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    by Busiboy » Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:13 pm

    A pole, the pole, no stripper required, it's a pretty serious sport now.
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    by JazzXP » Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:24 pm

    Busiboy wrote:A pole, the pole, no stripper required, it's a pretty serious sport now.

    Yeah, I've seen some videos, it's pretty full on. Even the stuff Brittney can do (her real name - she doesn't mind me using it) is pretty amazing. Unfortunately the room is too small to capture it properly (we tried a couple of things, but they didn't really turn out).
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    by Busiboy » Sun Dec 25, 2011 6:34 am

    You need a huge room, unfortunately most of the rooms of the right size h ave ceilings too high, so you can't set the pole up anyway
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    by JazzXP » Sun Dec 25, 2011 7:48 am

    Busiboy wrote:You need a huge room, unfortunately most of the rooms of the right size h ave ceilings too high, so you can't set the pole up anyway

    I guess unless you actually shoot at an empty strip club.
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