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Friday, October 28, 2011

Another one!

Another one done!
This one is for a man so has been made
shorter in the body and has less
in the way of 'decoration'.

One thing I've discovered about apartment
living is the 
lack of places to photograph things. 

I'm going to have to do some thinking about that!


  1. it's very masculine, perfect.
    i can see that lack of photographic corners would be a problem, you may have to set up a small permanent photographic niche with lighting - a spare cupboard perhaps?

  2. It has a definite masculine look MA and I would love to see it on the man.

  3. MA, even with a large house there is no good photography spot. The best is on the ironing board on a bright but sunless day, but only for a small item.

  4. Some guy is going to love this!

  5. You do such nice work on these. And you are really cranking them out!

  6. Very cool jacket! do you have a balcony at the apartment? I've found that outdoor light is a big advantage to taking pix, if you can get it. Or I'd take the stuff outside to a park or something, thereby getting a walk and an expedition as well as a photoshoot.

  7. Very nice, what a lot of work! I have. I have also ordered Pat's book. Hope you have a great weekend.

  8. build an extension? the roof? next doors lounge? can't wait to see what you come up with!

  9. Very nice!! I'm in an apartment too and I photograph my smaller items stuff outside on the balcony. I simply lift a chair onto the table, lean a large bullitin board against it, then a sheet of grey foamcore. Then pin or tape the item to the foamcore. Of course, you need to either thake the photos on a cloudy day, or by noon to avoid shadows. Larger items (and you know I don't do many of those) go to my friends house for their beauty shots.....

  10. Your jackets are so great and so professional looking.

    How are you liking apt. living so far. Probably a lot less work then the house. Of course, that is after you get the baseboards done.




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