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Mucking about in the studio

We've decided at work that to relax our victims (models) we should have portraits of each of us on the wall. So last Friday it was my 'turn to be done'.
I'm enough of an egotist to inflict on youse.

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Re: Mucking about in the studio

If that is a 35mm, you must have a BIGStudio
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

And you think that is going to relax your subjects?

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Re: Mucking about in the studio

Huh! You should see him in the flesh (as it were)
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

Ah ha, that's what you look like then - I'll watch out for you
Good shot
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

Good self portrait, though it does look like the lens cap is still on...

I like it!
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

A big studio............or a big head
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

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Huh! You should see him in the flesh (as it were)
and thats a recommendation, is it ? Stephen
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and thats a recommendation, is it ? Stephen
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and thats a recommendation, is it ? Stephen
and I refuse to answer on the grounds of the amount of flesh.
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Re: Mucking about in the studio

That's not 35mm it's a Pentax 6x7.
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