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Reflector Question - 12/06/2003
I have always used reflectors in my outdoor portraits. They really help create a nice fill light, however, it is sometimes difficult to be in the right place at the right time to have sun positioned behind subject to reflect back at them. Does anyone know if the same affect can be acheived by bouncing lights/flash/etc. off the reflectors outdoors? If so, what type of lighting would work best to mimic the reflected afternoon sunlight? I have only worked outdoors using available light, thus my knowledge of lighting techniques is very limited. It would make my job much easier if I could control where my light is coming from. Thanks for any advice.



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