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Yeah.. I had to take pictures for a school assignment, needed fill, but I'm poor. So I don't have any flashes or umbrellas. BUT i did have a cookie sheet. It reflected light and softened shadows marvelously. I think i deserve a cookie!
 

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<---- cookie monster :oops:


i'll make a fresh batch :lol:


*now only if i can keep that camera off me this time* :scratch:
 

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Damn man. Wish I had thought of that :/

You smart!
 

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or how about those car window shades? They are usually white or silver to deflect heat. They work great.
 

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I carry 2 sheets of white foamcore board in one of those cheap, big, portfolio envelopes. You can always wrap them in aluminum foil too.
 

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metroshane said:
or how about those car window shades? They are usually white or silver to deflect heat. They work great.
That's what I use. You can get the round collapsible shades for $5 at wal-mart. It's almost identical to the ones you get for photography and those are $45-$80! I've heard there are some that have gold on one side which would be great for warming reflected light.
 

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