Ep 4 – Model Sallie Lou

June 25, 2009

in Featured, Model Interview, Podcast

This is episode 4 of the shooting beauty model photography podcast. The one where Shawna and Ron interview Model Sallie Lou.

Sallie Lou belays the idea that model’s aren’t smart. Matter of fact she’s so intense we had trouble keeping up. We talk about modeling as a creative outlet for someone who helps train doctors. And please don’t make her bring out the autopsy stories.

We also talk about working with photographers, shoots that go well and ones that don’t. What she looks for in a photographer’s portfolio. What boobs and butts mean to her in your portfolio.

If you would like the opportunity to shoot with Sallie Lou, she will be modeling at the next two workshops from Houston Skyline Studio. She’s the model for the July workshop on Basic Lighting, and she is one of two 5 foot 10 models for the Glamour Workshop in August. The theme of the August workshop is “Two Girls At The Same Time” and Ron will be teaching how to make images of two models together.

We only allow 12 photographers at each workshop, so seating is limited. You can get more information and sign-up at www.houstonskylinestudio.com/workshops

This week’s music was “Forest in the Morning” by Fumitaka Anzai provided by the podsafe music network.

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1 Dmitriy July 9, 2009 at 6:18 pm

I often listen to “Shooting Beauty” podcast in the subway, and to hear what’s happening around usually only with one ear. That makes it rather difficult to hear some of the remarks because channel separation is so high.

I’m not suggesting to make the podcast mono, but maybe you could mix some of the right channel audio into left, and vice versa?
.-= Dmitriy´s last blog ..Recorder-reproducer set, sound RD-246/UNQ-7B on USS Nautilus (SSN 571). I wonder how often it was used to play Beatles. =-.

2 Ron Davis July 9, 2009 at 6:31 pm

Thanks for the feedback. The main reason it is like that is the hosts are recorded on two separate mics and they get put on the left and right channels. I need to figure out how to make them overlap more, but haven’t yet. I’ll work on it.

3 Ron M. July 15, 2009 at 12:18 pm

Ron D. I have to agree with Dmitriy. The separation of the audio is very difficult to listen to. I often also have to listen with one ear and miss a lot of content.

Keep up the show. I am very interested in what you are doing. I have tried shooting models in the past with mixed results. I am ready to try it again soon and you show is bring out a lot of details that need to be planned for.

Thanks Ron from South Carolina
.-= Ron M.´s last blog ..The Art of Photography =-.

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