9th January 2005, 12:25 AM
hi guys. i would like to know from experience model photographer something. While d photographer is shooting d model, who is holding d reflector? Isit nessarcry to bring a reflector along for model shoot? what r d things u guys bring other than lens, camera n flash? thanks alot.
9th January 2005, 12:28 AM
an assistant will be holding the reflector. all u need to bring is lens, camera n flash.
Originally Posted by Illidan
9th January 2005, 12:58 AM
er ... money, nric, atm card, cf card, bag, film, batteries.....
sorry about that just could not help it.
9th January 2005, 01:01 AM
oh, forgot to mention....bring a back-up model *just in case*
Originally Posted by ortega
9th January 2005, 01:46 AM
bring lots of inspiration and enthusiasm! lol!
*sorry*, another cold joke for a cold night, haha
9th January 2005, 09:17 AM
1. If you pay for the shoot, then the organizer should arrange himself or someone to hold the reflector. The photographer just shoot.
2. If you are alone with the model, and you know how to do it, then use one hand to hold the reflector, and the other hand to hold the camera and press the shutter.
3. You can also bring along a reflector stand, and tilt it to the angle you want, but not very convenient.
4. If you only shoot model face, you can ask model to hold the reflector with her own hands.
Actually there are hundreds of ways to hold and use a reflector. You can also try using a while wall, sand and water, a white magazine etc.