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Experienced photographers only please.advice?

In two weeks I will be shooting my first fashion model. The set is indoors and is of a night scene with the model on a rooftop (props). I would assume the set will be dark. My question is what else should I bring with me besides my D300, my two SB-800's and my three lenses? I cannot afford studio strobes and would prefer a portable light source like my sb 800's. I thought about getting the following:light stands (2)softboxes to mount on sb 800's (2) what size I'm not sure yet. either softboxes or umbrellas?and thats all I can up with.also thought about a wireless setup for my flashes versus the way I shoot now with the pop-up flash up to trigger the sb800s.if you can give me any advice as to what to use that would make the best of what I have now, I would greatly appreciate it. ten points also


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yeah and that they have got distinctive particular nurses like sign up and lisence (OFCOURSE) additionally pediatrics and surgical operation they have a nurse for just about if not each and everything.. i'm going for the RN!
Yes people with HIV/AIDS can work as nurse's, doctors, or anything else associated with a hospital. Anyone who wants to enter into the medical field is taught to use universal precautions. Universal precautions are infection control guidelines designed to protect workers from exposure to diseases spread by blood and certain body fluids. The Laboratory Centre for Disease Control, Health Canada and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control have developed the strategy of Universal Precautions to prevent contact with patient blood and body fluids. Universal precautions stress that all patients should be assumed to be infectious for blood-borne diseases such as AIDS and hepatitis B. They have to assume that every patient is infected, and have to use all kinds of safety guidelines: gloves, proper discarding of sharps and needles, masks. People are so afraid of persons who have HIV/aids because they don't want to be infected with the virus, but people without the virus are more of a danger to them then they realize. Working in a hospital is more of a risk to them because of the diseases like the common cold, flu, and other immune attacking viruses. I commend them for working in hospitals because they put themselves at more risk of getting sick. As long as they use their universal precautions there is no way they can spread their disease to anyone else.

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