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#1 ivan marasco

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Posted 13 January 2008 - 09:17 AM

hi,
this is my first post here.
i want to ask you same suggestions and tips about shooting during variable weather ,when the intensity of the light can change very quickly and very hot during a shooting's sessios.
best regards
ivan
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#2 Brian Dzyak

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Posted 13 January 2008 - 09:52 AM

hi,
this is my first post here.
i want to ask you same suggestions and tips about shooting during variable weather ,when the intensity of the light can change very quickly and very hot during a shooting's sessios.
best regards
ivan


Don't plan a heavy day! :)

Really, unless you plan on just living with whatever happens with sunlight, then you'll have to start and stop to keep some consistency in your exposure. If you have the budget, you can help things along by hanging a 20x20 silk and fire a 20K into your shot.

Otherwise, you'll have to pause as the light changes (clouds cross the sun) which means you'll get less shots finished on that day.
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