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Apr 04, 2012 15:23 |  #1

When working with a client on-location and they want to change clothes, how does that happen if there's nowhere to go? I know it's not an issue for guys, but what about women?

Are they on their own to figure that out (i.e. in their car)? Or do you bring a curtain or something for them change behind?


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Apr 04, 2012 15:28 |  #2

Aw crap, posted in the wrong forum. Can a mod please move?


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Apr 04, 2012 16:19 as a reply to  @ bryank930's post |  #3

The girl I work with most changes wherever.....in the car, behind the car, in a loo, in a shelter in the park. Last time we shot in a state park and she brought enough clothes it looked like she was moving her residence.

There were two park workers right near where we were shooting, she was.....well, dressed pretty sexy........funny thing, those two park workers just happened to find work right near everywhere we went. And she made it worse by really playing it up.

So....I am thinking it's kind of up to the both of you.


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Apr 04, 2012 17:05 |  #4

One photographer I have shot with carries a popup changing room for the models to change in.




  
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Apr 04, 2012 21:44 as a reply to  @ popawalker's post |  #5

If you go to an outdoor store that has camping equipment they have portbable showers, maybe 3x3 square and a little over 6' high. Cheap, easy to set up, doesn't take up much room when folded and stored, and would make a good changing room, completely private.


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Apr 06, 2012 10:12 |  #8

last time i held up my 8 x3 diffuser and she changed behind it . other times my models just put on their sun dress and then slip off their jeans . i actually had an idea for a changing station that would hook up to 2 lighting stands . it would be sweet if i went through wth it


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