Reflector size for weddings

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  1. Luna

    Luna TPF Noob!

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  2. Mike_E

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    You don't generally have time for reflectors during a wedding, do you?. Unless you have an assistant you don't trust with a camera and then why aren't you spending time training your assistant? :lol:

    IMO you are far better off concentrating on your flash work.
     
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    I have a 41" 5 in 1 that I use for the formal bridal shots if we do them outside. My wife is my assistant most of the time.(I don't trust her with a DSLR because she doesn't want to learn how to use one)
     
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    I don't have much experience with "wedding specific" studio work (much.. heh! try none at all!) but if you get in the habit of making your own then you can design for the shot instead of limiting the shot around the equipment you have.
     

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