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A picture set should have the minimum amount ?

Type: Content

Submitted by Cybertoad (104)
at least 50 17% 4 Votes
at least 100 38% 9 Votes
over 200 17% 4 Votes
Other 17% 4 Votes
Ask Capn 13% 3 Votes

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24 Votes Total

Aug 10, 2014

Poll Replies (8)

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Parsnip (12) Every image should move the "narrative" along. Endless almost identical images shot in burst mode are just tedious, however good they are individually.
08-10-14  08:07am

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Drooler (220) I've seen sets of over 400 images of what I didn't want, and sets of 25 that I thought were great. It's tempting to say at least 100 (200?) to increase the odds of getting something I'd like, but I wonder if having more really would.
08-10-14  08:21am

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pat362 (373) I like what Drooler said and that's why I picked at least 100. The odds are a lot better that you will find enough pics to satisfy your needs and not so many that you will spend too much time finding them.
08-10-14  10:29am

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skippy (52) I think part of the problem is the demand on photographers and models to satisfy different tastes. I happen to like full-body shots where the model is looking at the camera. Not everyone does. I don't like shots of just hands or feet. Many others do. Front, back, top, bottom, close-up, full-body, stand, sit, closed, spread, etc. Just rattling off the different types of shots takes me to about 40 images. So if there is a "formula" checklist of shot types and positions that photographers must follow in order to get top dollar for their sets, it probably automatically includes about 50-60 shots.

Keep in mind also that photographers often hire models by the day and will shoot multiples sets in one venue or in different room in the same rented house or hotel room...or that webmasters often break up photo shoots into multiple sets to save money. And if they happen to have a very popular or very exclusive model, the images get rationed out like diamonds by DeBeers, sometimes appearing years after the model has retired. So for me, it is somewhere between 30 and 100 images. I'll pull the whole set down and cull anything I don't want anyway.

08-10-14  11:06am

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Monahan (42) I'm a video guy so, for what it's worth, I like as many photos as the site can post, so long as I can navigate easily through the photos and download the ones I like.

I'll cull out the good ones; don't need the webmaster making the choices for me.

08-11-14  11:07am

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nineinch (8) As a guy, I prefer a good sperm-count of pix to a poor egg-count.

Seriously, out of 50 pix I sometimes only find 2 or 3 that I really like. If there are only 10 pix in the set, then I might long for a slightly different angle, facial expression or pose. For me, the model's facial expression is a big part of it.

08-11-14  07:03pm

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Capn (28) I agree with Parsnip, Drooler & Pat & think around 100 should be able to tell a straightforward story.

Cap'n. :0)

08-13-14  10:09am

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williamj (9) I did 6 photo shoots for escorts and it takes time for angles and posing not as easy as you think. The professional cam folk work at it everyday and miss it ...I have to direct and tell them how to pose....looking for the best pic
08-13-14  03:50pm

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