Wow... We have got some interesting non-photographic equipment here.
I have a not-so-close pal (an Ah Moh) in the United States who never fail to bring his A4 size FedEx envelopes during an outdoor model shoot. Why? These envelopes act as mini reflectors.
John Sexton's No.1 non-photographic equipment are Velcro stripes. He uses them like gaffer tape.
Art Wolfe's No. 1 non-photographic equipment is a can of trusty insect repellent. He uses the brand "Off."
Jerry Uelsmann's No. 1 non-photographic equipment is a straw hat. He claimed that hat belonged to Ansel, but was a present from him.
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Food and shelter.
The equipment can only bring you so far - the rest of the photographic journey is done by you.
Raincoat... Light sticks... Water bottle and but not least.. CASH...
alarm clock. to wake up early for the golden hours.
ok, joking. other then camera(s), some money (cash or card), identification, comfortable clothing, i dun really have a must-have
Drinking water. Keep hydrated, or else peng shan in our heat!
sama samaOriginally Posted by shawnlim
ziplocks, a showercap and rubberband, and an extra pack of cigs
Rubberbands - i use it to take out stubborn filters esp Cir-Pols....
Yngwie J. Malmsteen - "...I've never considered myself a fast guitar player..."
in case it rains , can put camera in quickly