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Nikon Day model shoot.

Well after sighting Jamie Nicolaou’s latest post I was jolted back into action and started running back through some shots I took at the Camera Electronic Nikon demo day at the convention centre last Sunday. Courtney was the the model Rocco Ancora was shooting for his demonstration of both controlled light and fantastic use of daylight to enhance his subject. We all got the opportunity to take shots of our own later in the day and try all the latest and greatest Nikon gear. This shot was taken with the D3s and new 70-200mm f2.8 vr lens. Not in the same league as Rocco’s images but fun trying anyway.

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Posted by hodgy1 on September 1, 2010
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  1. 09/1/2010

    Courtney was great to work with Pete, she just knew what she had to do, and didn’t have to work too hard to look good!!
    So when’s the new D3s coming???

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    • 09/1/2010

      You never know Jamie, but my trusty D700 is doing a pretty good job at the moment.

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  2. 09/1/2010
    True North Mark

    Nicely done mate…and she is way cute eh!

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  3. 09/2/2010

    Was that in Perth?

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  4. 09/2/2010

    You bird is prettier than mine eh Pete?
    Nicely done mate!
    Cheers
    Dave

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  5. 09/20/2010
    Tony Middleton

    I like the light on her side and dress – she’s pretty cute !

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  6. 10/1/2010

    Great portrait Peter. I went last year to a Rocco workshop. He is the CF of portraits. I was spewing I missed this one!

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