Handling gear on location


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Handling gear on location

After you've scouted a location and started to think about what type of images you want to create, one of the next questions to consider is how you're going to handle your gear. Now I have a good friend with me to help out and a lot of times what I'll do is with a friend or assistant, that person will hand me a camera or I'll just carry one camera, my gear maybe close by. I can run over and get it. At here on the Brooklyn Bridge I knew that that wasn't going to be an option. I had to have my friend stationed near the gear bags so it he can watch all those, because it was an incredibly public place. There were so many noises and people and so much happening.

I needed to have my cameras on me or right at my feet. I need to become kind of a human coat hanger and I wanted to do that so that I could walk, so that I could move, and so that I could create different kind of images. And something else it's important in regards to your gear is to keep in mind that your gear...

Handling gear on location
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Handling gear on location provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Narrative Portraiture: On Location in New York City

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