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Frank Doorhof
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Some of my favorite shots from todays workshop, where the photographers themselves were actually the models.
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When visiting a location I always love to find the “weird” or “special” and shoot some images, or talk to those people. This is the first in a series of the “weird” and “special” we found during our stay in the US this August.   The Heart Attack Grill was…
When visiting a location I always love to find the "weird" or "special" and shoot some images, or talk to those people. This is the first in a series of the "weird" and "special" we found during ou...
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Love it, it's straight to the point
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Back from a surprise wedding shoot. Bride and groom didn't know the family arranged me for the bride and groom shoot ;).

Many happy years Bas and Marlies :)

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Awesome to be a surprise to the bride and groom.
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Tip :
When you're out of ideas of what to do or to shoot. Or your model is a bit "stiff" throwing in some accessories can be an awesome technique to find new angles, options, poses etc.

In this case we used a camera as prop (always fun)
Model : nadine.

For more tips and techniques (way more in depth than this) check out my book "mastering the model shoot" or the videos on www.frankdoorhof.com and kelbyone.

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Can not Imagine Nadine is a stiff model. :-) Love Nadine's Creativity. She Rocks
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Shooting during sunset is always fun, but while traveling I have to be honest we are often in the hotel during the “golden” hours, but when we have time I always try to squeeze in some shots, today some of the results from our trip the US.  
Shooting during sunset is always fun, but while traveling I have to be honest we are often in the hotel during the "golden" hours, but when we have time I always try to squeeze in some shots, today...
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A small fleet is building. Need the practice inside of course :)

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Good luck with training ;-) Did you get also 3D glasses for piloting? :-)
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"Put the magic in your lighting"

Be inspired, creative and learn more than anywhere else.

October 2/3 it's time for our Ultimate workshop weekend.
Learn everything you always wanted to learn on model photography in 2 jam-packed days.

This is the kind of workshop after which you will go home with one thing on your mind.... shoot amazing images.

For more information and bookings visit http://www.frankdoorhof.com/site/tours/ultimateweekend/

At the moment we only have 3 seats left.
This is without any doubt one of my most popular and most intense workshops... The ultimate workshop weekend in our studio in Emmeloord (the Netherlands) Language for this workshop will be ENGLISH ...
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Annewiek here : BenQ just told us Franks video on the 24" monitor will be translated and released in China.

They also send us a preview. 
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Thats should make Frank Doorhof, World famous no ? Congratulation !!!
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Nog maar 1 plek voor de kasteelworkshop deze zondag in cannenburgh.

Model en Styling door nadine, dus portfolio materiaal van de bovenste plank ;)

Meer info en boekingen via http://www.frankdoorhof.com/site/tours/kasteel-workshop-cannenburch-vaassen-nl/


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Nog 2 plekjes voor de Photoshop en lightroom workshop van vrijdag 10:00-13:00

Met vele tips en technieken voor een snellere workflow en bewerkingen.

Kosten : 50.00

Tevens nog 1 plek voor "succesvolle portretten" van vrijdag van 14:00-17:00.

Kosten : 95.00

Boek beide voor 125.00 ;)
Maar alleen vandaag.
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Tip:
Don't be afraid of harsh sunlight. In fact it can create some awesome opportunities to play with shadows.

Just be careful for shadows on the face and models with "difficult looks" due to the sun. So sunglasses helps or let them look away.

Always remember. When used correctly shadows are your friend so go out and use that nice harsh sunlight. 
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Love how easy your book is to read.  As if you were talking to me in person.  Very nice approach to the issues surrounding getting those special shots.  Wish there were more models in my area. Oh well...  maybe one of my family will have some children who won't be camera adverse.  Have a great week.
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Fashion photographer, specialized in workshops.
KelbyOne and Photoshop world instructor.

Author of the bestseller "Mastering the modelshoot" and "the magic of the small flash (Dutch)"

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As many of you asked me about 3rd party glass on the Sony I've decided to do some testing this weekend with different convertors and glass.

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Sony A7r review part II small flash and more
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During the workshop this weekend with small flash I also used the Sony A7r. This will be a shorter review than the last one by the way. For

Sony A7r part I
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A lot of times something is released (or announced) and the words revolutionary, best in it's class, world chancing etc. are used to make pe

Servix demo day 1 video
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This weekend we were in Belgium for a 2 day demo/workshop series for the Belgium company Servix. Main attention for me during the demos and

Vintage Suzanna
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Today some images from last weeks workshop with Suzanna. Experimenting a bit with a more vintage look in some of the images, hope you like t

Servix workshop day 2 video
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Today a BTS video from the Servix workshops in Belgium. Video : Annewiek Doorhof Editing : Frank Doorhof And some results

Posing from ok to WOW
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A lot of times when you look at images there is a lot of great stuff going on in the images, but most of the times there is also "something"

Some images from Nadine
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Today some images shot during this weekends workshop with Nadine.

Results Servix workshops Day 1
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Last week I was asked to teach a 2 day workshop for the Belgium company Servix. Mainly promoting the Phase One camera/back system and of cou

Results Servix day 2
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The second day of the Servix workshops were held in an old beer brewery. An awesome location for a mix of natural light and strobed images.

Just a bit of hairspray
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Spicing a shoot up can be done in many different ways, add some smoke, water, flower but if you don't have that available you can always opt

Innovatronix XT-3 review
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Shooting on location is still one of the best things to do, however not everyone will have the budget to buy into 2 systems, one for the stu

Workshops in Eersel at Studio76
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Teaching workshops on location is always fun, but it gets more fun when you are welcomed as warm as we were this weekend in Eersel. Edwin th

China Town SF
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During our stay in San Francisco we also visited China Town. Whenever we're in a city that has a "china town" I always try to visit this are

Two shots of my PSW class
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Teaching at PhotoShopWorld is a huge honor and something that I always try to do with a fresh approach, meaning I will repeat my program onl

I get the negative reviews of some but don't agree. I was looking for a camera to shoot MF on the street, had to look vintage but had to have a meter. When I walked in and saw all the cameras I knew we were gonna succeed. Steve helped us very nicely but has a "certain" kind of humor, which I like (but I'm Dutch and we also have a different sense of humor). Eventually we ended up with a Yashica 124Mat in brand-new state, according to Steve it had a little scratch but I have to be honest.... it's an older camera so there will always be something, but overall the camera looked brand new. If you want to buy gear for flea market prices you're wrong in this place, I paid $350.00 for the camera which is pretty on the top end, but, and I find this very important, the camera was 100% working and looked brand new. You can always buy something cheap but let's be honest if the camera isn't 100% in the end you end up not using it anymore or buying another one, and another one etc. in het end it's a wiser decision to just buy right the first time. Steve took the time to show me how to load the film (I already knew but he still insisted to show me because he had some tricks which were indeed very handy). I took the camera out for a day and found out on the last day of our stay that the meter did not work, because they have warranty I went back on Saturday. Steve immediately looked and tried to solve it but couldn't that fast, he did his best to find something else on the shelve but in the end we decided to just have it repaired and send back, he was even willing to send it back to the Netherlands on his costs (would have killed his profit by a wide margin), but because we would be in New York 10 days later we agreed that he would send it to a friend of me in New York. We arrived on Saturday in New York and indeed right on time on Saturday the camera arrived with my friend, which means he indeed "rushed" the repair, taken into account I brought it on Saturday and the next weekend was Easter he really did what he promised. Half way through our stay home my wife called Steve to ask if everything was going ok, this was after I read the reviews over here and got me a bit worried to be honest, Steve immediately knew who I was and kept it really short because he knew we were calling from abroad, he told my wife everything was going great and he thought he would get the camera with us in New York exactly on Saturday. So no "please wait you're next in line" but a quick update. I checked the meter when the package came in and everything seems to be working just fine, the only thing is that they placed a 1.5V battery while there should be 1.35V battery, but hey you can't know everything right :) I visit a lot of camera stores when abroad and have to add that in many many cases you are being treated like a foreigner that will not buy anything anyway, when I entered the Camera Doctor I was treated exactly like I expected, straight to the point and I left with what I needed, and you know you learn about a company when there goes something wrong and I did and I'm very satisfied with their service. If you're in the market for a working vintage camera and are willing to pay for what you get, check them out.
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