Do u use sunblock when shooting?

Do you use sunblock?


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sin77

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I nv use... now my arms very ugly...how? 1/2 black, 1/2 white.
 

berry

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I nv use... now my arms very ugly...how? 1/2 black, 1/2 white.
My uncle warn me:nono:. This only the starting, when you are old (say 35+), its will turn into black spot all over your arms and palms!:sweat:
 

night86mare

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yes, you should

today i forgot, then almost die

another must is insect repellent for special places hurhur
 

donchua

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I applied SPF50 during the shooting Airshow 2008 flying display..
Got tanned but no burn at all.
 

Leong23

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I don't apply sunblock but thick layer of insect repellent.

Maybe the market should have insect repellent with SPF whatever.
 

eastwest

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I use gaffer tape - cheaper than sunscreen and last longer
 

jopel

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I have PAs carring umbrellas for me
 

leejay

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In fact sunblock is not the mostly used item. It is the insect repellant. ^^
 

Shogun

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I don't use sunblock, i use V-COOL ;p
 

calebk

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those with hot-shoe flash mounted on camera cant use :bsmilie:
Can. Cut a slot in the front for the flash to move around in. However, that usually means your face will still turn black after a day in the sun.
 

DeSwitch

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dont the chemicals in the sunblock affects the lens' coating? I mean after you applied the sunblock den accidentally touch the front element... :dunno:
 

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