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Jul 17, 2012 23:47 |  #8521

its basically teh same thing but a bit taller a bit cheaper, and looks to be a bit wider at the top. :D

what made you get yours? Sal mentioned it in his seminar last week and it was the first time ive heard of such a thing. I got a portrait at a waterfall coming up and there isnt really anywhere to change if there are people around.

I wonder how much these weight, I dont want to add to much to my already heavy camera bag :D


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Jul 17, 2012 23:51 |  #8522

Meh, I've never had anyone need one.


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Jul 17, 2012 23:55 |  #8523

sevillafox wrote in post #14732778 (external link)
Meh, I've never had anyone need one.

Girls dont tend to want to change in front of male photographers. :) In most cases at least. I did have one senior a few months ago start to change to my side and I had to turn quickly. she plays sports and I guess they are use to changing wherever.


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Jul 18, 2012 00:11 |  #8524

Girls like cami tanks. Wear one and all is well. Otherwise, there are cars. I have never had problems with guys either. I just walk away.


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Jul 18, 2012 05:59 |  #8525

sevillafox wrote in post #14732832 (external link)
Girls like cami tanks. Wear one and all is well. Otherwise, there are cars. I have never had problems with guys either. I just walk away.

Agreed - though in my case it's the opposite of Tiff, maybe they just come with the mindset that they know they'll have to change. Granted I do have my daughter with me as my assistant, maybe that helps too. If I felt I was losing business because of not having that portable changing room, then I might get it.

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Jul 18, 2012 06:48 |  #8526

GerryDavid wrote in post #14732763 (external link)
its basically teh same thing but a bit taller a bit cheaper, and looks to be a bit wider at the top. :D

what made you get yours? Sal mentioned it in his seminar last week and it was the first time ive heard of such a thing. I got a portrait at a waterfall coming up and there isnt really anywhere to change if there are people around.

I wonder how much these weight, I dont want to add to much to my already heavy camera bag :D

I just dont like making girls (or boys to lesser degree) change in a car or public bathroom. They cant weigh much more than a larger reflector, since its essecntially what it is. I with they made them in white though, then it could double as such. :D


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Jul 18, 2012 08:13 |  #8527

:rolleyes::rolleyes:
Wow, I didn't think prudishness was still around.:lol:

Still, wouldn't a blanket, car door and light stand work?


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Jul 18, 2012 08:38 |  #8528

windpig wrote in post #14733989 (external link)
:rolleyes::rolleyes:
Wow, I didn't think prudishness was still around.:lol:

Still, wouldn't a blanket, car door and light stand work?

LoL It's alive and well in America. Really though, I dont think anyone needs the situation where a young woman is changing in front of the adult photographer. Male or female.


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Jul 18, 2012 09:52 |  #8529

GerryDavid wrote in post #14732710 (external link)
A lot of us tend to do portraits out on location, and finding a place to change can cost a lot of time, I wonder how many of you use something like this:

http://ocfworkshop.com …1/portable-changing-room/ (external link)

im tempted to get something like that, I figured it would cost 3x that, but I havent seen the s&h yet so maybe it does :D

you can buy these things on amazon.


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Jul 18, 2012 10:20 |  #8530

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Jul 18, 2012 10:22 |  #8531

Like that last one.


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Jul 18, 2012 10:44 |  #8532

I like it to, it has that I'm going to cut your heart out bitc$, not if I cut yours out first kinda charm to it. Nicely done!


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Jul 18, 2012 11:46 |  #8533

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I like it to, it has that I'm going to cut your heart out bitc$, not if I cut yours out first kinda charm to it. Nicely done!

LOL now that's a stretch for a caption, but I have no doubt something like that goes on between girlfriends, especially if a boy/man is involved ;)


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Jul 18, 2012 12:04 |  #8534

windpig wrote in post #14733989 (external link)
:rolleyes::rolleyes:

Still, wouldn't a blanket, car door and light stand work?

I usually don't shoot in crowded areas, but on occasion when there have been people around I will just lay my big reflector over the front (or back) window and that has made then pertty comfortable.


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Jul 18, 2012 12:10 |  #8535

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