Where to get reflector/DIY reflector stand


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Kongo

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Tot that it will be easier if there r some kind of stand or holder that can let me position and hold the reflector while taking pictures of kids at home..

Any ideas or recommendations of something that's affordable?
 

reachme2003

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use a high back chair and masking tapes.

Kongo said:
Tot that it will be easier if there r some kind of stand or holder that can let me position and hold the reflector while taking pictures of kids at home..

Any ideas or recommendations of something that's affordable?
 

Deadpoet

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reachme2003 said:
use a high back chair and masking tapes.
high cahir and masking tape is good at home, but very inconvienet outside.

CP has a set, very nice, solid construction, with arm that can extend the reflector to most angle you desire. Not cheap. I heard TCW has too, but have not seen it there.
 

Astin

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I have a reflector stand, bought from CP years ago, its ok indoor, but using outdoor, sometimes the wind will blow the reflector (it acts as a giant fan) so u also need to attach a weight to counter balance.
 

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Astin said:
I have a reflector stand, bought from CP years ago, its ok indoor, but using outdoor, sometimes the wind will blow the reflector (it acts as a giant fan) so u also need to attach a weight to counter balance.
No better place to hang my back pack with all my gears. But if the wind is really blowing, it is damn difficult even for a human reflector holder to keep everything in place.
 

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