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Added a rain maker to my studio...

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Star Shots is off-lineSilver Member
13 June 2013 15:29
Star_Shots
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Blyth

a portable outdoor rig would be handy, run the pump off a car battery and save all the mess. The model gets wet and the camera gear stays dry.....result


Brian Jones is off-line
18 June 2013 08:59
kimphot
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kimphot
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Sheffield

Is this electrically safe? That unprotected light above looks awfully close to naked water!! Models really don't appreciated being fried!!


Durham Photographics is off-lineSilver Member
18 June 2013 10:25
Sarge
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Quote from kimphot
Is this electrically safe? That unprotected light above looks awfully close to naked water!! Models really don't appreciated being fried!!



Yes, since I took the practice shot I put some polythene between the light and water, so there is no chance it can come into contact.
Not only that but the lights are always switched off during a shoot in any case.


HowardJ is off-line
18 June 2013 15:27
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Very cool.

and there was me initially thinking the roof had sprung a leak.

Well done


David Harris is off-line
19 June 2013 02:30
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I'm so impressed with this, amazing!
I would love to try this at some point


gerryquiff is off-lineSilver Member
19 June 2013 06:40
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Bonnie Scotland

Very nice images, and great money saving idea.
 
We in Scotland have a similar system...............we take a day off work for relaxing, and BANG God supplies rain
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Imagery is off-line
19 June 2013 12:25
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Impressive and brave, all that water in your wooden studio.!

I have made a similar set up for in my conservatory using a black pond liner, pump ,inline heater and spray bars, about 5x6 meters. All using 12 volts.
The plumbing works great, setting the lighting up to work effectively is challenging. I have only found one model ever willing to give it a go. I think it's just too scary.

I like yours it looks quicker to set up and is working really well on your first attempts.


21 June 2013 04:36
pmeu
Photographer


Never mind all that ... just *who* is that second model??? flawless!



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