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Old 01-06-2009, 12:13 PM
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Re: Help with removing softbox glare

For future shoots.. a circular polarizing filter on the lens works wonders on reflections and will make some colors POP.. just remember to compensate the exposure by 1-2 stops..

I think a polarizing filter is one of those must have items in the photo bag like the 1,000 mile an hour tape, safety pins and band-aids I (used to) carry that have saved more than a few wedding shoots and made the Brides very happy.
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Old 01-06-2009, 02:28 PM
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Re: Help with removing softbox glare

Band-aids??? I have an Idea but I must be on the wrong track....Please enlighten me?

I'm ashamed to admit but it dosent have anything to do with low necklines does it?
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Old 01-06-2009, 10:15 PM
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Band-aids???
I'm ashamed to admit but it dosent have anything to do with low necklines does it?
Naw, thats what the Duct Tape is for, along as for other things, of course!.. The band-aids are for the minor scrapes, nicks, cuts, and pin pricks.. so they don't get the clothing bloody.. As a matter of fact, I still carry some in my wallet!!
I was a Boy Scout so I went prepared!
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