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    #16
    Now that you'll have C stands, how about a 4x4 scrim for diffusion-
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ame_Scrim.html

    or collapsible Scrim Jim- diffusion and reflector:
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Reflector.html

    Both softer than sheets (not so good for sleeping on, though) and won't catch fire...

    And don't forget sand bags...

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      #17
      I love this light kit: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ro_Plus_1.html
      robcollins.net

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        #18
        I already have 15 pro sandbags. I will look into the scrim. Issue is if I have lights on the c stands I have three and its going to take two to hold up a scrim. Should probably get one more c stand and WHAT THE HELL IS A SHINNY BOARD??? LOL
        Dre Allen
        Owner/Director - ASG Films
        dre@asgfilms.com

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          #19
          Shiny Board. Used to bounce the sun or artificial lighting.
          04_060_120.jpg
          Jose&Barry.jpg
          http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...tor_24x24.html

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            #20
            Originally posted by dustylense View Post
            Shiny Board. Used to bounce the sun or artificial lighting.
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            http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...tor_24x24.html
            I like these a lot! Every outdoors shoot I have I use one. I wish I had two. These and a Scrim Jim silk are great.
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              #21
              I didn't mean to sound all preachy or elitist or anything, just trying to give you honest feedback.
              I will only add this : equipment is like f'n quicksand, buy what you need for the job at hand otherwise this stuff will bury you.

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                #22
                dre- You're good buddy . . . Nobody's trying to be being brutal or going out of their way to nit-pik ya, I promise!
                You asked for feedback and that's what you got. Really, you don't want somebody to give you a glowing report on your stuff (that's what family & friends are for). You want, I think, thoughtful suggestions to consider after which you will decide what's best for you. I thought you said, this is my reel, this is my stuff, this is my work? And I think the way most respondents felt you were asking for constructive criticism (which, in my book, is pretty much what you got).

                I don't have anything to add except that I applaud your efforts and admire the giant steps you've taken to jump start your dream (I want that RV!). I don't do music so I'm the last person to be critical. Here's one we did some time back, on the run with a couple of HVX200's and "god's lights" . . . I'd be happy to have it picked apart (cause I learn from you folks nearly every day).
                http://lrrp.com/vids/vday07.html

                Note: My wife's father is on that Wall, along with a couple dozen guys I served with.

                Peace.
                Canon 70-200 & 24-70, Rokinon 35, 50, 85, 135, GH4, Lumix 20, 12-35, 35-100, 100-300.

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