Hey that's my Domke bag!
Chris this is a very helpful article,
I think from my experience, putting a $2. pack of lens
paper in every jacket pocket and every camera case, as a back up is
a super idea-just when you need your microfiber it's somewhere else.
It's also a good idea to have two tones of transparent powder-
sometimes the powder can be too light especially if it's the Summer
and people have shiny sun tans.
Fine grain black and white film can give a wedding portrait a unique look
-instead of converting a digital file to greytones here you can print
the b&w on art paper and do a classic hand tinting, making it one of a kind.
That's a real limited edition.
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