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Old Mar 21, 2006, 10:26 PM   #11
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Actually I ball mine up and keep them in clear plastic stackable tubs, a 10*24 just fits in each tub. I just hang and steam the worst creases out. Getting the subject farther away from the background and then use a wide F-stop lets you blur it so the creases are not noticable.

I've heard some people spray fabrize<sp?> at them, which is supposed to cause the wrinkles to go away. Never tried it myself though.

I know some people roll them up on the tubes that come with seamless, but I don't have the space to try that.
Just don't fold them up, that causes a very visible set pattern of creases.

As for the multiple people yes, not difficult it they are facing the same way.
I think if you had a large reflector on the far side it would have thrown back enough light to open up the second person.
Using 2 3*5 foot pieces of foamcore duct-taped together on the long edge so they stand on their own makes for a nice big reflector.

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